Scientix is taking an important step to building the European community for science and maths education. The second stage of the project will bring improved links with national teacher communities, teacher trainings and much more.
The UNAWE (Universe Awareness) project is developing ‘Universe in a Box,' a low-cost activity kit to help teachers introduce astronomy to their students. It provides both practical activities and the materials needed.
The conference is designed for anyone involved or interested in teacher-scientist partnerships: teachers, scientists, engineers, partnership programme coordinators, evaluators and others. Submit your proposal for a workshop or poster session.
The CPDLab five-day courses will run in summer 2013. Teachers can choose from three topics: Interactive Whiteboards, eSafety and Future Classroom Scenarios. EC Comenius in-service grants are available.
The U4energy European Award Ceremony will take place on 26 November 2012 under the patronage of the EU Commissioner for Energy, Mr Günther OETTINGER. Come and celebrate together with 200 representatives from over 70 avant-garde schools from 27
The 2012 edition of the ‘Cassini Scientist for a Day' competition is now open; students choose one of three targets that Cassini spacecraft should image and write an essay to justify their choice. The deadline for submission is 3 December 2012.
After three years, over 12 workshops and one European conference, the Scientix project is coming to an end. Thank you for all your support and the interest that you have shown during these years; we hope to be back next year in January with Scientix2. You can look forward to improved links with