very year during the STEM Discovery Campaign, Scientix gives teachers the unique opportunity to submit any STEM activity they have organised and spread the word about it on our dedicated blog. Thousands of teachers around the world can give visibility to their STEM actions, held either in class or online,
The STE(A)M IT Competitions 2021, organised within the framework of the 2021 STEM Discovery Campaign, aim to highlight the importance of creativity in STEM education, as well as the value of connecting STEM to other disciplines and teaching it in an integrated way. They are divided into two distinct competitions: Competition
How can you access and make cultural heritage tangible remotely in your educational activities? Well… with the new Europeana “Digital Education with Cultural Heritage” you will use all of Europeana’s cultural heritage to design engaging and innovative educational activities! This MOOC makes use of Europeana’s digitised collection of cultural heritage
Scientix, within the framework of the 2021 STEM Discovery Campaign, decided to go one step further and offer teachers the unique opportunity of attending their Science Projects Workshops in the online format, therefore converting them into the Science Projects Online Workshops (SPOWs)! Selected participants will attend exclusive workshops of top projects featured
How can you teach your students about ecosystems, sustainability and biodiversity? How can your classroom have an impact in the fight for a more sustainable future? The “Exploring Nature Based Solutions in Your Classroom” MOOC, starting on 11 January 2021 in the European Schoolnet Academy, will help you support, engage
“How to increase students’ interest in STEM subjects?” is a recurrent question as the process of transforming education is constantly evolving and every year teachers have new tools at their disposal, they discover new teaching concepts and engage in new initiatives. What helps to put all these pieces together is
Scientix has launched a new campaign to provide everyone with an overview of the online services offered on the portal. On a dedicated webpage of the Scientix portal you can find new posters and short videos explaining how you can profit from different services available free of charge for everyone.
Scientix, with Amgen Teach and the STEM Alliance, is launching a comprehensive international survey on teachers’ practices and use of educational technologies during the COVID-19 pandemic. The results of the survey, which is addressed to teachers in primary and secondary education (students aged 3 to 19) will be used to