Among the many challenges of the lockdown period, keeping kids both entertained and educated is an added hurdle.
That’s why we’re proud to be partnering with the Tech She Can Charter to offer a range of 12 business-led lesson plans, to download and use at home for free with your children.
Covering subject matters including finance, the environment and health and inclusion, all the Tech She Can lesson plans conform to National Curriculum standards. You can also choose from a range of options based on tech you have available at home, across three tiers:
The Tech She Can Charter, which we co-founded, combines the efforts of over 160 companies to provide better pathways into Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) careers for women from childhood.
It’s easy to register for the free lesson plans. Just click the link below to sign up, and there’s also a video giving you some handy hints on how to use the lesson plans.
Starting Tuesday 28 April at 10:30 and every Tuesday thereafter, The Tech She Can Charter will also be hosting free technology lessons for students via a webcast.
Each ‘Tech Tuesday’ lesson lasts between 20-30 minutes is led by a qualified teacher. Students who attend will also be set a task to complete in the hour following the session.
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