This short video compiles several testimonials from National Contact Points and from the representatives of the Ministries of Education STEM Working Group on how Scientix has reached out to teacher communities and contributed to the development of national strategies for wider uptake of inquiry- based and other innovative, effective and engaging approaches to STEM education.
Thanks for helping us reach more students than ever! You really did make STEM for all!
Check out the highlights of the CAN, developed by the STE(A)M It and STEM Alliance projects.
You loved our pilot, so we made another one! The topic is 'Motivation'.
How can teachers make their students see the great value of a STEM career – both to them personally and to their societies?
Practical education for sustainability inside and outside the classroom. Bioprofiles is an initiative for school teachers that supports their professional development through the acquisition and practice of key competencies to develop protocols established to monitor environmental factors of seven topics identified as key in environmental education in twenty schools in four different EU countries (Spain, United Kingdom, Slovakia, and Italy).
The project ‘The Future of Education and Skills 2030’ initiated by the OECD is aimed at helping countries find the answers to two broad questions: what knowledge, skills, attitudes and values will today's students need to develop and shape their worlds? And how can teaching systems effectively develop these knowledge, skills, attitudes and values?
Following the warm reception of the Scientix TV pilot in April, the Scientix team have produced a second episode of the STEM talk show, released on 31 May. As always, the programme highlights STEM education from the viewpoint of teachers, industry and ministries of education. Based on input from teachers, the theme for this episode was Motivation.
A month ago, we put out the Call for the #ScientixAmbassador Visibility Campaign. We are moved by how much the community has reacted, having received hundreds of entries. The #ScientixAmbassadorVisibilityCampaign, or #SAViC, has now reached its first 100 posts on Twitter and Facebook. The #ScientixAmbassadorVisibilityCampaign aims to promote and give visibility to all Scientix Ambassadors on social media.
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