Dr Beth Healey, Medical expert on space and extreme environments, United Kingdom, speaks about teachers who inspired her when she was young and got her interested in science, which led her to her current career. Dr Healey tells us more about this in this Scientix interview, recorded at the Scientix Conference in Brussels, Belgium, 4-6 May 2018.
New Scientix Observatory report on policies in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education.
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Register now for this new Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) organised by Scientix. The course starts on 29 October 2018 at the European Schoolnet Academy.
Prepare yourself for STEM Discovery Week 2019 and other science campaigns happening this school year!
“Lilu’s House” is a new teaching brochure that demonstrates how experiments in the field of natural sciences in primary schools can at the same time strengthen students’ language skills, such as reading, writing and speaking. This brochure includes specific ideas and practical advice for this purpose, developed by a team of teachers in seven countries.
“My students actually ended up discussing mathematics problems and homework outside of school, in a friendly environment, without any special encouragement from me,” says Anna Sulek, Mathematics Teacher and Scientix Ambassador, about her experience of participating in the Triseum Validation Pilot project.
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