The project was presented at the 4th Scientix International Conference, which is one of the major science education networking events in Europe. It took place online on the 18th of November 2022, the video recording is available on YouTube. the slides used can be found here
The project’s sustainability plan describes the capacity of the project to continue its existence and functioning beyond its end; and how the project results will be used and exploited continuously after the project’s end date. The project website clearly describes the added value of the outputs and its use to identified stakeholders to promote a […]
Each partner held a National Dissemination Seminar to share and discuss the project results and the innovative outputs with stakeholders. The results of the State of Art Report (SoAR) were disseminated and the attendees were informed how the results influenced the development of the Lesson Plans (O1) and the teacher CPDs (continuous professional development: e-courses of […]
All partner have organised between February and April 2022 interesting mentoring sessions in which experts of various STEM sectors have presented pupils with precious insights on their careers and the path that they should follow if they want to get a similar job.
15 staff members of the project participated to the training activities that took place at AISR’s headquarters in Derry-Londonderry. Development of e-learning contents has been the main focus of the training aimed developing resources that would help to inspire the next generation of STEM employees, engaging them in activities that integrate knowledge with practical, hands-on […]
three teachers from each of the educational entities of the project participates to the training, which was organised by iED. The event has been an opportunity for the staff to to incorporate more creative teaching methods in their own teaching, and share their knowledge and experiences with the others. staff. Role-playing, moviemaking, flash polls or […]
the launching meeting of STEM was supposed to be held in Norther Ireland, hosted by the project’s applicant AISR. Unfortunately, due to the COVID pandemics it had to be held online. It has been nevertheless an occasion for partners to get to know each other and planning out the activities of the project!
the training was hosted and lead by employees of the STEM-academy of the University Colleges Leuven-Limburg. 3 teachers from UK, Turkey, Greece, Romania and, of course, Belgium took place. STEM teachers, educators and researchers of STEM subjects joined their expertise to create resources ready to be used in the teaching of STEM subjects. The guiding […]