Georgina Dimova, a member of our association, was a guest on October 11 at the Classera webinar on the topic: “Transform Learning in Your Classroom with Intel Skills For Innovation”. At the webinar, she presented her lesson”Stories in Scratch” with which she won the competition organized by Intel during the
🌟 Exciting News from DIG-ED at the EASE Summit for STEAM Educators! 🌟 We are thrilled to share the outstanding achievements of two remarkable members from DIG-ED, Maja and Georgina, who recently showcased their innovative ideas and projects at the esteemed EASE – 2nd European Summit for STEAM Educators. Maja,
We are announcing the last webinar for this year on the topic “Good practices using mobile applications in STEM teaching”. Our presenters are Marija Pupinoska Gogova- informatics teacher and Biljana Stojanovska primary teacher. The webinar will be organized on 21.12.2022 at 18 o’clock. Registration on the link.
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
Ги известуваме наставниците кои се пријавија за вебинарот на 25.05.2022 дека истиот го поместуваме за реализација на 26.05.2022 со почеток од 19 часот. Ова го правиме по барање на слушателите на вебинарот поради поклопување на терминот со други вебинари. Ние сакаме да им овозможиме на наставниците да ги следат и
On 25.05.2022 (Wednesday), starting at 7 pm, the second webinar will be realized, where our teachers will present activities that they have realized within the Stem Discovery Campaign. The event is in collaboration with Scientix. Our presenters will be Aida Petrovska -physics teacher and Slavica Karbeva Stojkovi – math teacher.
Under the project project “Using games to learn cyber security and misinformation”, supported and financed by US Embassy Skopje 9th grade students in 5 elementary schools realized lessons with students grades 6 and 7 in Cyber Security and Media Literacy. As a result of that activity, open educational resources have