Age range: > 24
Resource type: guide
Project: European Schoolnet
Author: Jean-Noël Colin, John Stringer, Charmaine Kerr
Collaboration between schools and industry is becoming more and more common in Europe. Specifically in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education, it is particularly crucial to help students get a “real-life” perspective on how STEM is applied in research, industry and business. The inGenious code of conduct is the first European-level attempt to guide both schools and businesses in setting up such collaboration.
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