This short video compiles several testimonials from National Contact Points and from the representatives of the Ministries of Education STEM Working Group on how Scientix has reached out to teacher communities and contributed to the development of national strategies for wider uptake of inquiry- based and other innovative, effective and engaging approaches to STEM education.
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Inform your students about Replacing, Reducing and Refining animal use in science!
Inspire your students to play with statistics by integrating Eurostat videos in the classroom!
STEP is an Erasmus + Strategic Partnership for higher education project carried out by Austrumlatvijas Tehnologiju vidusskola (Latvia), Asociatia Edulifelong (Romania), Eskisehir Il Milli Egitim Mudurlugu and SEHIT MEHMET SENGUL FEN LISESI (Turkey), Institute Perspectives (Bulgaria) and Osrodek Badawczo Edukacyjny w Zielonowie (Poland) Taking small STEPs to solve the problems in the immediate environment will be a big STEP in finding solutions to the global environmental problems.
The H2020 project MOST (Meaningful Open Schooling Connects Schools To Communities) opens up formal science education and establishes partnerships between schools and their communities (families, science education providers, citizens, businesses, etc.). Together, they work on environmental School-Community Projects (SCPs) with a thematic focus on waste management and energy saving.
Scientix welcomes World Teachers’ Day with the publication in 37 languages of the best teaching resources on creating connections and encouraging shared leadership!
On World Teachers’ Day, Scientix presents the first of the three top-voted resources from the STEM School Label Translation Service Competition, published in 37 languages. With this special edition of the “STEM Careers and Skills of the Future” teaching material, we want to celebrate teachers around the globe by giving them the opportunity to bring Scientix resources to the classroom in their own languages. Download this resource and read more about the following two!
The 6th edition of the STEM Discovery Campaign, which took place between February – April 2021 and focused on sustainability and citizenship, achieved a record-breaking number of activities never seen before: 2,166. This year, participants had the opportunity to submit their activities and take part in 11 different competitions organised by various partners of the campaign. We are proud to announce the winners of the Scientix, STE(A)M IT and Professionals Go Back to Schools competitions.