The 4th Scientix International Conference was held online on 18/19 November 2022. This video presents a few highlights from the conference. Click the link below to access the resources presented at the conference or to watch videos of the presentations, workshops, discussions, etc.
The conference is over, but you can access recordings of the sessions here, and download valuable materials.
Bloopers, experiments in the dark, and a conference wrap-up – all on Scientix TV!
Sustainability and environmental protection are important topics for students throughout Europe. How we deal with these issues will shape our future. Motivated and skilled teachers are the key to enabling students to meet the challenges of tomorrow. This is especially true for STEM teachers. They communicate important knowledge to students in order for them to not only understand the problems but also think about possible solutions.
The aim of the project is to improve educators and children’s digital and technological skills using educational robots and ICT equipment and the integration of ICT, STEAM and robotics in the learning and teaching process of pre-school education.
The Three Rs Project – Replacement, Reduction and Refinement of animal use in science – has developed new materials for secondary school teachers, which consist of new learning scenarios and additional resources, based on the three main principles of the Three Rs, specifically Replacement, Reduction and Refinement of animal use in scientific research and which usually take an interdisciplinary approach.
The 2023 STEM Discovery Campaign kicks off with activities, events and competitions to shape STEM Identities!
The STEM Discovery Campaign is the annual initiative that promotes Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), coordinated by Scientix in collaboration with many organisations and projects, and is celebrated in Europe and beyond from the beginning of February to the end of April. This year’s theme is ‘STEM Identities’, a concept that plays an important role in students’ academic success, career goals and orientation. Developing a STEM identity increases the likelihood that learners will develop science literacy – some might even pursue a STEM career.