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.
Thanks for helping us reach more students than ever! You really did make STEM for all!
Check out the highlights of the CAN, developed by the STE(A)M It and STEM Alliance projects.
Have you started your holidays and you already miss teaching STEM? Tune in to the summer special of Scientix TV!
Students lose a lot of STEM knowledge over the summer. How can we help?
When visiting Paris for the weekend, one easily takes over 300 tourist pictures; imagine how many you would take if you were out in space. That is exactly what happens to the astronauts out in space. They easily take hundreds of photographs of earth and although some of those contain carefully selected frames, focus and exposure, many of the pictures are taken automatically so that the astronauts can continue working on their experiments.
Scientix has now opened a call for contributions for the fourth Scientix Conference, which will take place online Friday 18 and Saturday 19 November 2022. The deadline to submit papers to the conference is 17 August 2022.
Summer learning loss, also known as the “summer slide”, has been observed in many different societies. It’s most pronounced for STEM subjects, although younger children from specific backgrounds also have been found to lose a lot of their reading skills over the summer. In this Scientix Newsletter issue, we explain this phenomenon, offer some solutions, and hear from one academic who thinks the root of the problem might be deeper than just having several weeks off.