Welcome to the Scientix blog!

Scientix is a project, funded by the Horizon 2020 framework of the European Union for research and innovation, that promotes and supports a Europe-wide collaboration among STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) teachers, education researchers, policymakers and other STEM education professionals.

The Scientix blog includes coverage from recent Scientix events as well as opinions and commentaries on current issues in STEM education, including STEM projects, reviews of publications and anything else meant to keep up-to-date with the state-of-play in STEM education research and practice.

Members of the Scientix team, as well as Scientix Ambassadors, manage the blog actively and publish regularly new articles. Nonetheless, the blog is also open to other members of the Scientix community (teachers, researchers, project managers) who are also willing to share their experience with Scientix.

If you would like to contribute to this blog, please use the following online submission form.

7 Responses to “About”

  1. luluk mauluah says:

    I concern om multiple intelligences math for primary level. I implemented for the techers…and in lecture for student who will be elementary teachers. Next month I’ll implement on art/musical for primary student with film, playing, and others…I hope my skill will extend with joint this community.
    Luluk. math lecturer at UIN YK Indonesia..

  2. Gabriela Stan says:

    Hello everyone,
    My name is Gabriela Stan and I would like to send you an article about one of the most recent eTwinning project. Its name is YOU DON’T HAVE TO GROW UP TO BE A SCIENTIST. This project includes multidisciplinary STEM activities. English and Science teachers are the ones who participated in this project. My students are in the 6th grade and we integrated all the activities the objective of English, Science and ICT curriculum. Students used English language for all the activities. We integrated them with the learning outcomes of English: teachers’’ and students’ presentation, greeting and meeting people, describing places (schools, towns, countries. Learning outcomes of Science: here was combined knowledge from many scientific domains (Biology, Geology, Chemistry, Physics). Learning outcomes of ICT: new web 2.0 tools and how to use them. The activities were interesting and fun that’s why the key competences were achieved we were thinking at the beginning were achieved (Literacy and critical thinking- they used English for all activities, they have to think, to choose the best way in order to get the work), Digitals skills (they learnt how to use properly the new web 2.0 tools).

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