An annual opportunity for young people between 7-13 years to experience engeineering first hand. Schools anywhere can take part using the on-line resources, however if you're in Greater Manchester then you can take part physically by attending a teacher immersion day and a pupil challenge day.
How does it work?
The challenge this year will take place in 2 parts:
Any complete solutions can be presented at the University or emailed or shared using Twitter using @UoMSEERIH #GMEC20 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Tell us what you think! A brief evaluation form sent to us will mean you receive your GMEC2020 certificate and be entered in to a prize draw for engineering resources in your school.
What suits you best?
Wherever you're based: sign up for GMEC 2020 here to register your interest and receive up to date information as it's released.
Teachers within Greater Manchester can attend a sponsored Teacher immersion event at The University of Manchester based on this year’s challenge and bringing engineering into the classroom. This is a great opportunity for engineers from The University of Manchester or Siemens to link with you too. Places are limited so indicate your interest using the sign up form.
Teachers outside of Greater Manchester can also take part using this website to access the resources. These will be uploaded by 10th December 2019 and you will recieve an email alert. All resources are developed by teachers and provide activities that are ready to go.
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With thanks: GMEC 2020 is sponsored by Oldham Council as part of the Oldham STEM Opportunity Area to drive improvement in STEM learning and achievement. Siemens are also supporting this year's challenge, involving their engineers to support schools.
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Contact us at email@example.com if you have queries.
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Designed and developed by The Science and Engineering Education Research and Innovation Hub (SEERIH) GMEC is based on the Tinkering for Learning Research programme (The University of Manchester in partnership with The Royal Academy of Engineering). Find out more and learn how you can support young people in the Engineering Design Process and Engineering Habits of Mind.
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