Teachers can now register for a six days long training course for STEM teachers to be held at the Future Classroom Lab of European Schoolnet from 14 to 19 September 2016. This course is co-organised with the Scientix project, the community for
As teachers grow older, it is important to support sustainable initiatives that attract newcomers to the profession. A shortage of science teachers is expected in the near future in Europe and several countries report that this is already the case.
A recent survey carried out as part of the eTwinning project, which celebrated its tenth anniversary in 2015, shows incredibly positive results about its impact on the teachers' community. An overwhelming majority of the project's participants say
Scientix was pleased to welcome 47 science teachers and 15 representatives of projects in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) education to the Future Classroom Lab from 18 to 20 March 2016. Among them were two projects that won the
Teachers of life sciences and other subjects in science education should book time in their calendars from 2 to 6 May 2016 to attend the seventh Distance Learning Activity (DLA) of the Amgen Teach project. This time, teachers are introduced to the
The STEM Alliance, an initiative that brings together industries, Ministries of Education and education stakeholders to promote science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) education and careers, is launching an international competition as part
The ULB Experimentarium of Physics and the "Culture in vivo" organisation in Belgium invite secondary school teachers to attend the training course "food for science" on 20 April and 26 May 2016. This course is free of charge and is offered in the
Two new and exciting Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) for primary and secondary school teachers are kicked off at the European Schoolnet Academy this April. First is a MOOC about digital skills in the classroom starting on 4 April, which is