Networking events for Science Education projects
These networking events for science education projects bring together project coordinators, managers and other representatives, from European and national science education projects and organisations involved in STEM education. The aim of these events is at sharing and exchanging experiences from projects, present their work, and to facilitate the creation of new collaboration and partnerships. Each of those events is centred on a specific topic or challenge faced by those projects.
Public profiles directory
Create your Scientix public profile and search for project partners or team up with like-minded colleagues in other European countries!
Scientix public profiles directory is a new networking and partner-search tool helping you identify potential EU project partners or STEM education professionals with similar background and interests. You can search for people by country, expertise, subjects or position, or by keywords.
To fully benefit from the service you have to register on the Scientix portal and complete your Profile page.
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Join discussions about the latest initiatives in science education! On the Scientix fora there are separate discussions for each project and each country. New discussion categories can be created upon request.
The fora are open to everyone; however, it is necessary to register on the Scientix portal in order to participate in the discussions. To send a new post, select a category of your choice and click the “Post new thread” button. You can write in any language.
The Scientix blog is designed as a space for people and projects involved in the Scientix network to publish personal stories on current science education topics in Europe. While representatives of European Schoolnet, Scientix Ambassador Reporters and Scientix Ambassador Volunteers are main contributors to the blog, all other members of the Scientix community (i.e. anybody involved in STEM education in the world) – who are eager to share their experience with Scientix - are encouraged to participate.
The Scientix blog features a range of different items, from coverage of Scientix events to opinions and commentaries on the state-of-the-play in STEM education research and practice, including news series or publication reviews.
The opinions of the articles published in the Scientix blog are the sole responsibility of the corresponding authors and they do not represent the opinion of the European Commission, European Schoolnet (EUN) or Scientix.
If you wish to contribute to this blog, please contact us at scientix (at) eun.org