118 talented science students from 36 countries will compete in the 26th edition of the European Union Contest for Young Scientists (EUCYS) in Warsaw, Poland, on 19-24 September 2014.Read more ...
The September issue of Scientix Newsletter brings overview of current trends in STEM education policy and practice.Read more ...
Did you know? is the theme of a new Scientix social media campaign to kick off end of September. We've been digging amid the myriad of Scientix resources to discover a collection of interesting stats and facts on the materials Scientix offers and the teachers who use them.Read more ...
The second cycle of the TEMI training programme starts this autumn. Science teachers from Austria, the Czech Republic, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Israel, the Netherlands, Norway and the UK are invited to apply.Read more ...
Join KeyCoNet and improve competence-based education! Dutch, Hungarian and Swedish organizations wanted
The KeyCoNet project is now looking for partners in Hungary, Sweden and the Netherlands, to join as Associate Members.Read more ...
"Visionary or Fantasy? Creating open spaces for science communication and social inclusion" is the title of the upcoming EUCU.NET/SiS Catalyst conference. There is still time to register.Read more ...
The EUN's Future Classroom Lab is organizing a teacher training course, "Programming for the 21st century classroom", which will take place on 13-17 October 2014 in Brussels, Belgium.Read more ...
"Teacher training in European projects and Policy recommendations" 2nd Scientix Projects' networking event
The 2nd Scientix Projects' Networking Event "Teacher training in European projects and Policy recommendations" will take place on the 5th of September 2014 in Brussels.Read more ...
The IAU (International Astronomical Union) Office of Astronomy for Development has launched a call for proposals for projects related to children and schools. Additional funding is also available for activities promoting astronomy outreach.Read more ...