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The 2020 STEM Discovery Campaign is a joint international initiative organized by Scientix that invites projects, organisations, libraries, schools, universities and youth clubs across Europe and around the world, to celebrate careers and studies in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
The tagline for this year’s campaign is “Innovative Trends in Education”. The main goal of the STEM Discovery Campaign, is to showcase the magnitude of the efforts teachers and other people interested in STEM education make during the academic year while using learning resources and engaging their students in educational activities promoting STEM.
Interested in becoming a partner?
By committing to the 2020 STEM Discovery Campaign, the partners agree to:
- Organise and share information about activities and actions in STEM education as part of the STEM Discovery Campaign.
- Encourage third parties to support and join the initiative by organising STEM activities or actions of their own and share information about them as part of the STEM Discovery Campaign.
- Publish on their web page information in support of the STEM Discovery Campaign, hence facilitating an active exchange of information among projects, organisations and schools.
For more information on the registration steps that potential partners need to follow, please consult the document "Guide for partners".
Are you organising a STEM activity or action between february and april 2020?
Include it on the map! Participants organising STEM activities and actions from 1 February to 30 April 2020 may also enter the STEM Discovery Campaign competitions. Visit the competitions' section on the Scientix online portal for more information.
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|Scientix invites you to organise any activity that promotes STEM in the context of any STEM subject in your class between February and April 2020 and write a blog post in English on the 2020 STEM Discovery Campaign blog when your activity is done.||Terms and conditions|
|The second competition of Scientix welcomes everyone who would like to organise an activity based on a resource from the Scientix Resource Repository. After your activity is done, write a blog post in English on the 2020 STEM Discovery Campaign blog and tell us about what you did in your activity, what resources and materials you have used in order to implement the activity and how you involved your audience.||Terms and conditions|
|The Clean Tech Competition is a unique, worldwide research and design challenge for pre-college youth. The program encourages scientific understanding of real-world issues and the integration of environmentally responsible energy sources. For the 2020 competition, the Spellman HV Clean Tech Challenge is “Reducing Individual Impacts”, focusing on how we as an individual can instigate change.|
|Atelier for STE(A)M Erasmus+ project invites you to send a scenario or lesson plan developed around the topic of “The colours of Science” and you will have the opportunity to gain visibility to your work and, if you are one of the 6 best applications, win a drone to continue working STEM in a practical way with your students.|
|Interview someone who is involved in science, coding or making and send us your questions and answers. 5 winning interviews will be turned into illustrated stories by a professional graphic artist and added to the COMnPLAYer app along with credit to their creators. |
The online contest form is open until midnight (CET) on 31 March 2020.
|All over Europe and beyond, teachers are looking for innovative ways of engaging their students with current issues facing today’s societies. In collaboration with the STEM Discovery Campaign 2020, the BLOOM project is inviting primary and secondary school teachers of all subjects to use bioeconomy as a way of engaging pupils in school subjects, and to share their stories of implementation!|
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|The Competition is open to all primary and secondary school stakeholders from European Union countries and Horizon 2020 associated countries who are acting on behalf of their school and developing their STEM School strategy.|
|The non-profit initiative “Leonardo 4 Children 2020: Climate Action” is dedicated to environmental sustainability and climate action, and aims to empower children and young people across Europe to contribute to address the issue of climate change. |
The initiative includes the following competitions across the European Union: