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  • STEM High-Level Event 2019 – what’s next? Outcomes and recommendations brochure released

    STEM High-Level Event 2019 - Fostering Industry Cooperation within STEM School Education Strategies was a special conference which brought together key stakeholders from industry, education and national & European policy-makers to promote the European STEM Education agenda at a political level. Read the summary of the event in the final brochure!

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  • STEM Discovery Week 2019 - “STEM Alliance Competition”

    STEM Alliance invites primary and secondary school teachers as well as career counsellors to join the STEM Alliance Competition during this year's STEM Discovery Week 2019. 10 winners will be invited to take part in a Science Projects Workshop in Brussels in June 2019.

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  • ‘Teacher training and IBSE Practice in Europe’: a new overview on teacher’s pedagogical renewal in STEM education

    Published by European Schoolnet and supported by the Amgen Foundation through the Amgen Teach project, "Teacher training and IBSE Practice in Europe, A European Schoolnet overview" shares the latest observations and guidelines on the application of Inquiry-Based Science Education in STEM teacher training.

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  • Teachers’ responses analysed in a new Scientix Observatory report

    The data that is presented in a new Scientix Observatory report shows that teachers of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) need more support, training and tools for implementing innovative pedagogies at schools. This report is based on an analysis of 3,780 responses from STEM teachers at secondary schools in 38 European countries to a survey carried out by Scientix, with the support of European Schoolnet and Texas Instruments, earlier this year.

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  • STEM DISCOVERY WEEK 2019 - DATES ANNOUNCED

    A number of important science campaigns and initiatives are happening this academic year 2018-2019 that you should be aware of including the fourth STEM Discovery Week that will take place between 22 to 28 April 2019. This initiative and many more are all compiled in a new flyer published by Scientix.

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  • New Scientix report on current STEM Education Policies in Europe

    Scientix has identified a number of challenges in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education and possible ways forward, published in a new Scientix Observatory report . Carried out with the support of Texas Instruments, this analysis is based on a consultation with Ministries of Education and industry and university representatives in fourteen European countries.

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  • CA Technologies supports STEM careers in Spain through the 'Deploy your Talents' programme

    The demand for STEM professionals and associated professionals is rapidly growing in the last years. This is why our partner CA Technologies participates in the 'Deploy your Talents' programme in Spain that aims to inspire students and young adults to consider job careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM).

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  • Gender and innovation in STE(A)M education

    Arts-based science education can contribute to address gender bias and stereotypes in educational and collaborative settings argues a new Scientix observatory paper on gender and innovation in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics STE(A)M education.

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  • 23rd Science Projects Workshop in the Future Classroom Lab

    The 23rd Science Projects Workshop at the Future Classroom Lab, co-organised by Scientix and the STEM Alliance initiative, took place in Brussels on 22 to 24 June 2018.

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  • Contribute to the Scientix survey about STEM practices

    Scientix, the community for science education in Europe, invites teachers in secondary education, who teach at least one class of students from the ages of ten to over nineteen, to contribute to a new multilingual survey about teaching practices in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education. The results of this survey will be published as part of the Scientix Observatory before the end of 2018.

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