Resources from the Engineer, astroEDU, Quantum Spinoff and PRIMAS projects are the winners of the first round of the Scientix Resource Awards:
|Category 1: STEM teaching materials addressed to teachers|
|Super Sucker: Designing a contraption that sucks up litter (Electrical engineering)|
|Category 2: STEM teaching materials addressed to students|
|Star in a Box: High School|
|Learning Station II: What Is Light?|
|Project: Quantum Spinoff|
|Category 3: STEM reports|
|PRIMAS Guide of supporting actions for teachers in promoting IBL|
About Scientix Awards
The aim of the awards is to encourage STEM education projects to share their resources in the Scientix repository, and to support dissemination and uptake of innovative teaching and learning materials among teachers.
All resources in the Scientix repository added within the time period given for each competition round will be eligible. The winners will be selected by an expert panel of Scientix Ambassadors, Deputy Ambassadors and independent experts in STEM education.
There will be up to four winners in each round: the best teaching material, the best learning material, and the best report (policy recommendation, research papers, etc.). The winning resources will be promoted on the Scientix website and highlighted in the newsletters and at Scientix events.