A mutually beneficial relationship is formed when researchers and teachers work together. By combining their expert knowledge, experience and enthusiasm, researchers are in a unique position to bring a school topic or project to life. Often motivating teachers and pupils and increasing aspirations and ambitions.
Primary and secondary schools can benefit from the hugely varied range of researchers at the University of Aberdeen through a number of exciting opportunities and resources aimed to enhance the curriculum, these include:
- Aberdeen Biodiversity Centre offers schools and public workshops and events designed to enhance primary and secondary teaching and teachers CPD
- Rowett Institute of Nutrition and Health offer resources and activities for primary schools
- Libraries, Special Collections and Museums offer primary and secondary school workshops and resources
- Northern Insitute of Philosophy offers courses for teachers in philosophy