STEM at Joan Miro School in the time of Corona

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Since the beginning of the Coronavirus crisis, Joan Miró School wanted to contribute to the health system. We detected that Hospitals and medical centers needed protective masks/face shields to prevent contagion, so we started 3D printing them using our school’s 3D printer. We faced logistics problems as our schools...

Teaching STEM While Social Distancing: Sharing Knowledge and Overcoming Challenges

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Many countries around the world are in lockdown during the novel COVID-19 pandemic, while many more countries have adopted strict social distancing rules that have forced STEM teachers to conduct online lectures to their stay-at-home students. This poses a number of challenges in the entire education sector, and it...

Science Center MUDIC: we continue to share STEM experiences from home

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The Didactic and Interactive Science Museum of Vega Baja del Segura of the Valencian Community (MUDIC-VBS-CV) is located in facilities of the Miguel Hernández University and is a science center dedicated to presenting universal laws and principles, as well as, scientific phenomena so that they transcend time and context,...

Online Teaching: Two Croatian Experiences

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This article is a combined experience, feelings, and knowledge of two Croatian teachers where we both “speak” and complement each other’s stories. Welcome to our story! Bosiljko: I remember exactly my last working day, the last working day in a “normal” school. Fifth grade, math, we dealt with fractions…...