Opening Minds to STEM Careers

Register now for a rerun of this popular Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), which started on 16 April 2018.
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STEM Discovery Week 2018

Join us now on this major campaign about studies and careers in the field of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)!

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Girls in STEM!

The new edition of the Scientix Newsletter looks into women's participation in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)

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Future Classroom Lab
Scientix interview series  

Věra Krajčová, STEM Teacher, Czech Republic, speaks about her favourite moments from her involvement in the Scientix project, and the possibilities of online training activities for teachers, like she explains in this Scientix interview.

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Latest project


PRINT STEM - Pedagogical Resources IN Teaching Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

PRINT STEM (Pedagogical Resources IN Teaching Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) develops new teaching methods that promote interest and motivation for mathematics and scientific disciplines.

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EDU-ARCTIC - Innovative educational programme attracting young people to natural sciences and polar research

EDU-ARCTIC is an EU-funded project focused on using Arctic research as a vehicle to strengthen science education curricula all across Europe. It aims at encouraging students aged 13 to 20 to pursue further education in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), setting them on a path to perhaps one day work in one of these sectors.

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Latest News

Science in one minute

Ten new videos in the "Science in one minute" series

Complex scientific concepts and phenomenon can be more easily explained and understood with visual presentations and illustrations. Tarragona’s Universitat Rovira i Virgili (URV) has made a series of graphic videos to address scientific questions in one minute, perfect for busy people on the go!

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Amgen Teach MOOC

Three elements to increase job satisfaction among science teachers

Early career motivation, continuous professional development and a collaborative school climate, including access to educational resources, can have a highly positive impact on job satisfaction among science teachers. This is the conclusion of a new working paper published by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), based on data from the 2015 PISA survey.

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