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g c s EASE

OVERVIEW


  • Comprehensive coverage of the vocational curriculum
  • Content is OCR, Edexcel and AQA compliant
  • Interactive activities that ignite the imagination while enhancing understanding
  • Case studies featuring advice from experienced professionals across every course

gcsEASE Engineering features detailed educational material created by respected professionals in the engineering community. Their knowledge and expertise illuminates this lively and informative learning experience.


example screen from EngineeringCONTENT

gcsEASE Engineering features detailed educational material devised and written by experienced and respected professionals in the industry. Their knowledge and expertise informs this lively and informative learning experience.


example screen from the Mobile Maker activityACTIVITY  Mobile Maker

The gcsEASE Engineering site features eye-catching and imaginative activities that the explain the key issues underlying the course. This is an extremely simple and enjoyable way to learn complex concepts . For example, Mobile Maker helps students learn about product design and development.


example screen from an interactive animationACTIVITY  Animations

The gcsEASE Engineering site features interactive animations that explain concepts and processes described within the course.


example screen from the QuizQUIZ

Each Engineering unit has its own quiz. Students can also test their knowledge of the whole subject area and to identify areas for improvement in one, all inclusive quiz. The interactive quiz is also much more fun than a formal written test.


example case studyCASE STUDY

gcsEASE Engineering features interviews from experienced experts who use engineering in amazing ways. For example, Mark Slade a race engineer for the Team McLaren Mercedes Formula One team, talks about what he does and how he got the job.


Links & Did You Know?LINKS & GLOSSARY

gcsEASE Applied Engineering provides over 80 essential links that access key websites.

Glossary  Definitions of some key words relevant to the GCSE course. Simply use the alphabetical index to find the word you are looking for.