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The Learning Partnership

The Learning Partnership

 

Set up to understand and apply within education the latest knowledge in the field of neuroscience, TLP has pioneered major advances in educational Leadership, Teaching and Learner engagement over the last decade.

Set up to understand and apply within education the latest knowledge in the field of neuroscience, TLP has pioneered major advances in educational Leadership, Teaching and Learner engagement over the last decade.

The company is now focused on supporting global engagement in STEM, by building and delivering STEM engagement programmes and competitions, and linking these experiences to iconic organisations and programmes in the world of STEM.

A company with a social mission, TLP collaborates with many of the thought leaders in this space, to develop applications that make an immediate difference to learner engagement and attainment inside education.

TLP has invested in the build of a unique free at the point of use social learning platform, www.dendrite.me designed to support the developmental journey of human beings... from birth into adulthood.

This website can be used as a navigation resource to access many of the extraordinary resources gathered together from around the world and published onto the different channels and communities in the Dendrite platform, or visit www.dendrite.me to register and join the learning revolution.

TLP is developing Dendrite.me to support the creation of dynamic relationships between the hundreds of thousands of STEM teachers and their students with the college, university and employment opportunities in STEM available around the world today.

TLP is witnessing www.Dendrite.me generating a gentle revolution in the way the education and employment sectors collaborate.

What will they be exhibiting:

On the stand there will be a hand’s on demonstrations and activities around The Learning Partnership’s latest competition for Year 8, ‘Navigate To The Line’, in which student teams design, make and program a microbit enabled, ‘lighter than air’ UAV.

Students will explore ‘aerostatics’ – the science of lighter than air flight, and the design and programming of flight control and thruster systems using micro:bit.