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How To Encourage Girls in STEM

Learn how to start a STEM club for girls, identify girls with STEM potential and encourage girls to participate in STEM and coding with this free CPD pack

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Part 1
Part 1

How to start a STEM club for girls

Teacher Amy Ryman explains how she smashed STEM stereotypes by setting up a female-only STEM club at school

Part 2
Part 2

How to identify girls with STEM potential

Want more women scientists? We need to identify children’s potential at a much younger age

Part 3
Part 3

How to encourage girls to participate in STEM

If we want to see more girls studying STEM subjects, we need to start doing things differently in the classroom

Part 4
Part 4

How to get girls excited about coding

Tech CEO Lady Mariéme Jamme shares her thoughts on why coding isn’t grabbing girls the way it should be

How To Encourage Girls in STEM

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