Have you missed teaching STEM during the summer break? Then tune in to the fourth episode of Scientix TV!
This month’s topic is how to encourage students to choose STEM subjects and careers.
Àgueda Gras-Velazquez, Head of the Science Education Department at European Schoolnet, and Romane Leute, Coordinator of Impact EdTech at European Schoolnet interviewed Vicky Kotsikopoulou, policy adviser at the Greek Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs, and Mario De Mauro, a teacher from Italy and one of the winners of this year’s STEM Discovery Campaign.
In the show, George Roungos delighted us with another live experiment from Greece. This time, he showed us how Bernoulli’s principle works in aviation activities by demonstrating how to make a plastic ball float in the air using a hairdryer.
Furthermore, Ivana Kovac, the STEM Alliance coordinator, talked to the director of mSchools, an initiative funded by the GSMA, and Stella Magid Podolsky, a teacher from Israel who ran an award-winning activity with her students, guiding them towards space-related careers.
Watch the episode here, and don’t forget to let us know your thoughts using the hashtag #ScientixTV. The authors of the best comments will be awarded Scientix infinity notebooks.