School students in Europe, aged 14 to 19, can now submit their projects, concepts or ideas in climate change for the GREEEN Awards. This initiative of the GREEEN Network invites individuals, groups or school classes to submit their proposals before
British pupils aged nine to eighteen can now participate in a challenging science competition run carried out by the EU-funded CREATIONS project. They must come up with an original idea for an artistic piece in physics and astronomy that appeals to
The I-LINC project has created four new learning modules for teachers to help them find, share and build digital content. These learning modules are particularly useful to teachers who are interested in all the advantages that modern technology has
Exceptional examples of work carried out by teachers and other educators of the eTwinning community were celebrated at six prize events on 24 May and 1 June 2016. Winning projects were selected in three different age categories.
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.