“Race to Learn” teaching resource by Cambridge-Hitachi answers CBI’s demand for more exciting science and maths lessons
A recent "Education and skills" survey from the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) urged the coalition government to free teachers from curriculum constraints to stage more exciting science and maths lessons. Race to Learn, the primary school teaching resource developed by Cambridge-Hitachi for Williams F1's CSR programme, answers this call from the CBI.
This teaching resource for the interactive whiteboard combines exciting activities with a rich multimedia experience to engage children in science, maths and cross-curricular learning. "Williams F1 wanted to reach children before they had lost interest in Science, that's why we chose to develop a resource for upper-Primary level," said Richard Hollis, Managing Director of Cambridge-Hitachi. More at www.cambridge-hitachi.com/csr (Source: Cambridge-Hitachi)
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22 June 2010