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Fatiha Baki, STEM Teacher, Belgium, says Scientix helps teachers to find windows of opportunites to develop their own personal teaching skills and to find new resources to get new ideas for their teaching and day-to-day life, like she explains in this Scientix interview.

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Perform: Participatory Engagement with Scientific and Technological Research through Performance

PERFORM investigates the impact of innovative and participatory science education methods based on performing arts in fostering secondary school students’ motivations and engagement with STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics).

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Make World: Learning Science through Computational Thinking

Make World is a round trip from science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) to computational thinking.

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EU Space Awareness Competition 2017

Demonstrate how you teach space science in a new competition

Inspiring teachers can now enter a competition to show how they reach out to young people to get them interested in space sciences and related careers.

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SonS 2017 Award Winners

Nine get the European STEM Teacher Award

Some captivating experiments and teaching methods designed by talented science educators were presented at the 2017 edition of ‘Science on Stage’ from 29 June to 2 July. An international jury selected for award the nine most innovative ideas exhibited.

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