Win - and get invited to a STEM education workshop in June 2017
Authors of awarded contributions in this competition will be invited to a Science Projects Workshop in Brussels, Belgium, between 23 and 25 June 2017. Scientix will organise and cover the winners’ flight to/from Brussels (up to 400 EUR) and accommodation on Friday and Saturday night in Brussels.
Prizes will be limited to only one person per winning submission, the one that submitted the content in his/her account. No prize substitution is allowed.
Flights will be only covered for countries eligible for this competition.
Scientix will not reimburse any airline tickets purchased individually. Any other costs like to/from airport, local transport and/or travel insurance is at the participants' expense.
It is the entrant’s sole responsibility to assure that his/her contact information for the competition will allow for Scientix to contact him/her should he/she be selected as a potential winner in the competition. In all cases, in order to remain eligible to win a prize, winner must respond to the winner notification contact (i.e, email or social media, as the case may be) and commence the prize claim procedure within 48 hours of transmission/posting of contact.
In the event of noncompliance with these requirements, if potential winner cannot be reached for any reason (including failure to receive or respond to contact for any reason) or if potential winner is determined to be ineligible or otherwise in violation of these Terms and Conditions, he/she shall be disqualified and forfeit the prize. In case of prize forfeiture, alternate winner(s) will be selected.
Participation in each competition is subject to the rules set by the terms and conditions for each one individually and decisions made by the Scientix project team, which are final and binding in all respects and not subject to appeal.
|The competition is open only to primary school and secondary STEM teachers with a legal residence in one of those countries.|
|Albania||Austria||Belgium||Bosnia & Herzegovina|
|Former Yugoslav Republic Of Macedonia||France||Germany||Greece|
STEM Discovery Week IN NUMBERS
This infograph demonstrates the main achievements accomplished and outreach during STEM Discovery Week 2017.
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‘Make your own Poster’ with your favourite subjects and resources from the Scientix Resources Respository. Read more.
‘ORGANISE A STEM EVENT’
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‘YOUR FAVOURITE SCIENCE BOOK’
Share ideas for classroom activities in relation to selected science books and discuss them in an open forum. Read more.