EMINENT 2015 & Scientix: STEM IN EDUCATION AND LIFE
Barcelona, 19 - 20 November 2015: 257 participants from 37 countries met to discuss STEM in Education and Life.
Find a summary of the event in the Eminent news article.
And the presentations, programme and pictures below:
- Keynote speakers
- Science education for responsible citizenship by Mr Yves Beernaert, Member of the European Commission’s Expert Group on Science Education
- STEM education and the European Commission by Ms Karen Slavin, Project Officer of Scientix, Directorate-General for Research and Innovation
- Key achievements of EU-funded projects and the importance of European cooperation in the field of STEM education by Dr Agueda Gras-Velazquez, European Schoolnet Science Programme Manager and Scientix Project Manager
- 3' presentations on projects (18 projects): 1. ENGINEER, 2. astroEDU, 3. ESTABLISH, 4. SAILS, 5. Quantum Spinoff, 6. Go-Lab, 7. PRIMAS & 8. Mascil, 9. ASSIST-ME, 10. Make the link, 11. FEAST, 12. PARRISE, 13. INQUIRE, 14. TEMI, 15. FaSMEd, 16. EduScience, 17. NanoEIS, 18. Government Catalonia / GSMA. [Download all]
- Presentations from Ministries of Education
- France: French Ministry STEM politics in the last 10 years (Bertrand Pajot)
- Israel: Building a reserve of STEM students in Israel (Ofer Rimon)
- The Netherlands: Promotion of STEM in The Netherlands – Incentive-driven policy (Lucie Gooskens)
- Finland: New national core curricula in science and mathematics – theory and practice (Teijo Koljonen)
- Portugal: STEM education in Portugal - Strategy and initiatives (João Carlos Sousa)
- Sweden: Peer learning - a Swedish program for professional development for science and technology teachers (Karin Bårman)
- Lithuania: STEAM education in Lithuania - developing a culture of innovations (Giedrius Vaidelis)
- Belgium (Flanders): The STEM Reference Framework for Schools as part of the STEM Action Plan 2012-2020 (Christel Op de Beeck)
- Malta: STEM popularisation – the Malta experience (Mario Muscat)
- Scientix results and the future by Agueda Gras
- Actions for the future, conclusions and farewell by Marc Durando, Executive Director of European Schoolnet
Workshops slides or materials:
- Workshop 1: Collaboration in STEM education
- Workshop 2: Open resources
- Workshop 3: eSkills & coding
- Workshop 4: ENABLE
- Workshop 5: Mobile learning
- This page will be constantly updated until all presentations are collected and published.
- The pictures published in the photo gallery are just a teaser. More pictures on the event will be published as they become available.
Scientix is supported by the European Commission’s FP7 programme – project Scientix 2 (Grant agreement N. 337250), coordinated by European Schoolnet (EUN). The content of the conference is the sole responsibility of the organizer and it does not represent the opinion of the European Commission, and the Commission is not responsible for any use that might be made of information contained herein.
- AstroFest 01.10 › 11.11 |
- ‘Integrated STEM Teaching for Primary Schools’ MOOC 26.10 › 02.12 |
- “Integrated STEM Teaching for Primary Schools” MOOC 26.10 › 02.12 |
- Integrated STEM Teaching for Secondary Schools MOOC 26.10 › 02.12 |