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Comparing teacher education initiatives supporting students' interest and attainment in STEM studies and careers across Europe
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Scientix interview series  

Jenny Sendova, at the National Contact Point for STEM education in Bulgaria, discusses the reputation of STEM careers, the power of asking questions, and the purpose of the Scientix community. This is the fourth episode of a series of interviews on the future of STEM (science, technology, engineering & mathematics).

The Scientix interview series aims to present different stakeholders in STEM policy and practice.

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INSTEM is a Comenius network (2012 – 2015), which brings together the experience and learning of a wide range of projects in European Science and Mathematics education. INSTEM links research, practice and policy in a unique way.

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Tim Peake Primary Project

The ESERO-UK Tim Peake Primary Project will use space to increase the engagement of primary school children with science, numeracy and literacy.

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Show us how you use media in STEM classes and win a prize!

Scientix just launched a new exciting competition for teachers of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) subjects in primary and secondary schools. All they have to do is to show how they use media tools to stimulate their STEM lessons!

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Experts asked about STEM in education and life in a new Scientix video

"Research has shown, that if teachers are able to collaborate with other colleagues at their school, they are much more willing to implement innovation," says Dr. Katja Maaß, Professor at the University of Education in Freiburg. She, along with three other experts of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) education are interviewed in a new Scientix video.

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