Basic skills, such as literacy and numeracy, are of particular concern in a New Skills Agenda for Europe, introduced by the European Commission in June 2016. The ultimate goal is to increase people's participation in the labour market to more than 75
During an intensive five-day training course in Greece, 22 teachers of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) subjects at schools learned how to integrate space-related topics into their curricula by using inquiry-based pedagogies.
Teachers and other educators, who are new to the discussion about Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI), and what it means for schools, should consider signing up for a webinar dedicated to the issue. The RRI Tools project is holding such a
LUMA Centre, Finland, is holding for the very first time a virtual forum for teachers about climate change in November 2016. Teachers are invited to send the organisers abstracts that describe how they are advancing climate change education in their
The StarT project is a new international community for science educators, which helps them organise their own science fairs and turn schools and kindergartens into more collaborative learning environments.
Belgian schools and universities can this year request a visit from international researchers, thanks to the Re@act pilot action of the European Commission. Re@act is coordinated by the European Commission's Representation in Belgium and the Marie
Distance learning, resource repositories and online discussion forums are only a few of the accessible low-cost options to aid teachers' continuous professional development. The Amgen Teach, Go-Lab and the STEM Alliance projects organised together