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Lithuanian Intelligent Future School (IFS) project

Image: Shutterstock/Positive thinker In Lithuania, we believe that the “one size fits all” approach doesn’t longer work in education. We strongly believe that future school means personalisation plus intelligence. Learning personalisation means creating and implementing personalised learning paths based on recommended systems and personal learning environments suitable for particular...

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From Theory To Practice: The Power of Motivation

Students motivation has to do with their natural desire to participate in the learning process. It also concerns the reasons that underlie their involvement or non-involvement in different activities. Students can be equally motivated but for very different reasons. Today, teaching is still understood, in most cases, like a process of pouring down information...

Welcome to the Scientix Blog!

Welcome to the Scientix Blog! This is the place where you will be able to find coverage from recent Scientix events as well as opinions and commentaries on current issues in STEM education, including STEM projects, publication reviews and anything to keep up-to-date with the state-of-play in STEM education research and...