A call for sharing good STEM practices using mobile applications

Dig-Ed in collaboration with Scientix announces a call for sharing good practices using mobile applications. The purpose of the call is to strengthen the STEM community at the national level, by sharing practices and improving the quality of teaching in STEM fields. Each of you has the opportunity to present your own approach to the use of mobile applications in STEM fields and thus we can all together enrich the base of online educational resources that can then be used in teaching. The focus of the description of the teaching practice should be on how the mobile application is used to achieve the teaching objectives and the link to the application being used. At the same time, attention should be paid to respecting the copyright of the resources and the rights to share, as well as an appropriate reflection of the teaching practice. The idea is that other teachers can access your examples of good practices and use them in the implementation of their lessons. You can read more about copyright at the following link: https://creativecommons.org/about/cclicenses/

The description of the teaching practices should be done on the basis of a form, while paying attention to the formatting (according to the form) and that it should not be longer than 2 pages. Submit your activity descriptions no later than October 31, 2022 to the following email address: contact@dig-ed.org. Notification of the results of the call will be given to teachers whose practices are selected for publication. By submitting your descriptions of teaching practices, you agree that they may be published on the Dig-Ed website, and that they may be used and/or modified by other teachers. You can download the form here: