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The new European website now connects all Science on Stage countries and their national associations.
EUMETSAT has launched a website for teachers and students to learn about satellite monitoring of the weather and climate.
‘Girls and boys don't benefit equally from the use of innovative tools and methods in STEM' – this is the main conclusion of the latest issue of European Schoolnet's Briefing Papers.
The Global Excursion project invites teachers and school to take part in the next ‘Meet the Scientist' online session on Friday 4 April 2014, this time with Addy de Jongh, a biology educator and inventor from the Netherlands. Read more...
Take part in the Go-Lab workshops and learn how to use online demonstrations and experiments in the classroom. 7 and 24 April at 16.00 (CET), register now!
The Call for Papers for the Second European Marine Science Educators Association (EMSEA) Conference is now open.
A new online course started on Monday 17 March to provide teachers, school counsellors and career advisors with resources and ideas to increase pupils' interest in STEM.
Are you working with local communities to teach science? Enter the FAB (Food, agriculture, fisheries and biotechnologies) Education Awards and win 400 euros for your school.
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