De-Stereotyping Stereotypes Resource Pack
The resource pack is divided in two main sections.
- The first section includes a range of STEM professionals profiles from Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, Scotland and Slovenia. The profiles provide information on who these individuals are, not just as STEM professionals, but as relatable human beings. This information can be used by career guidance teachers, homeschoolers and educators to inspire kids, to makes STEM subjects more attainable, to humanise science and to tackle stereotypes.
- The second part of the resource pack includes a range of activities which focus on de-stereotyping stereotypes. The target age of the activities vary from 4 – 18 years old. Some of activity plans include links to more detailed documents or to printable resources.
Full Resource Pack:
The linked resources can be found further down the page
Breaking Barriers Activity
Ages: 8-12, 12-18
The activity makes links to STEM professionals in Malta but can be adapted to your own country
Download the detailed activity plan + printable resources from below:
The activity makes links to STEM professionals in Luxembourg but can be adapted to your own country
Download the detailed activity plan + Printable resources from below:
Download detailed activity plan + resources from below:
Science Career Storytime
The activities are linked to STEM professionals in Malta, but can be adapted to your own country
Download detailed workshop plan + illustrations from below:
Become an Inventor using Tinkering & Discover the Universe through the 5 Senses
Age: 8-12 & 4-7 respectively
Details of the activities can be found in the complete resource pack at the top of the page. However, you can also download some activity images for inspiration.
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The activity makes links to STEM professionals in Scotland but can be adapted to your own country
Download detailed lesson plan and resources from below:
What makes a Scientist?
Download detailed lesson plan and required resources from below: