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COMPETITIONS ANNOUNCED FOR THE STEM DISCOVERY WEEK

Scientix has launched three new exciting competitions for science teachers! Winners of the competitions will be invited to a Science Projects Workshop at the Future Classroom Lab in Brussels 23 to 25 June 2017. Teachers can prepare and submit their contributions to two of the competitions before the deadline 23 April 2017! Read more.

STEM Discovery Week is celebrated 24-30 April 2017

NEXT-LAB IS LOOKING FOR AMBASSADORS TO PROMOTE AND HELP GO-LAB

The Next-Lab project (Next Generation Stakeholders and Next Level Ecosystem for Collaborative Science Education with Online Labs) is a European research project focused on introducing inquiry-based science education (IBSE) in schools. Read more.

Next-LAB poster

POLLUTION! FIND A STEM SOLUTION!

Pollution! Find a STEM solution! is a cross-curricular project which aims at developing students’ STEM and ICT skills and motivating students to take sustainable actions for themselves and future generations. Read more.

SOA - SUSTAINABLE OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES

Sustainable Outdoor Activities is an approach to introduce new and innovative teaching and learning methods by moving part of the learning process outside the classroom. Read more.

Scientix Webinar Maths Mystery Box
SCIENTIX WEBINAR RECORDING:
David Ballesteros and Nereas Casas presented the Math Mystery Box project, which proposes a gamification based tool.

EVENTS


8th Science Fair in Úbeda
3-5/4/2017
Spain

ICEMST 2017
18-21/5/2017
Turkey

LUMAT 2017
22-24/5/2017
Finland

RESOURCES


Natural Selection
SAILS
Language: en
Translation on demand

FaSMEd Project Newsletter #10
FaSMEd
Language: en

Teaching guide: Towards a malaria-free world
Xplore Health
Language: en
Translation on demand

Teaching guide: Skin cancer exposed
Xplore Health
Language: en

RRI Tools cards game
RRI Tools
Language: en

Training Showcase: Xplore Health, bridging the gap between RRI and education
RRI Tools
Language: en

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