Posts Tagged ‘Science’

Book review – 50 Women in Technology

CC-BY provided by author Author Cheryl Robson presents concise biographies of 50 remarkable women who have made significant contributions to the field of technology. The book celebrates the achievements of women from diverse backgrounds across the globe. These individuals emerge as true champions of change, leaving lasting and indelible...

Let’s Make A Scarf!

Picture provided by the author, attribution CC-BY Our Wonderful Kids with STEAM project aimed to increase our students’ interest in science, technology, math and engineering. Apart from this, it is aimed to train individuals who can think creatively, solve problems and have 21st century skills by integrating STEM disciplines...

Measure me up! A cross-curricular and multicultural approach to STEM through measurements

Picture provided by the author, attribution CC-BY The project Measure me up! Is an Erasmus+ Project designed by six partners: Os Vladimira Becica Osijek (Croatia),  Nikola Tesla Szerb Tanítási Nyelvu Óvoda, Általános Iskola, Gimnázium, Kollégium és Könyvtár (Hungary), Osnovna skola Sveti Sava Kikinda (Serbia), IES Santísima Trinidad (Spain) and...

Scientia – Sapere aude

What is Scientia? Scientia – Abbi il coraggio di conoscere (Sapere aude) is a science communication project that encompasses multidisciplinary topics. Founded on October 1, 2020, its main objective is to engage students in the preparation of social media content (Instagram, Facebook, Tik Tok). Scientia content consists of mini-lessons...

Hey Mars, wait for us!

It is a STEAM project that includes multidisciplinary topics about Mars. Students did brainstorming and shared ideas on how it would be possible to form a liveable life on it. There are many aims, such as: improving language skills, creating awareness about Mars and building friendships among the students...

Group of scientists smiling

6 Best Reasons to Study Science and Technology

The infinite possibilities of science Science and technology are broad terms. While most people imagine that the job of a scientist boils down to wearing a lab coat and looking at things through a microscope, there is a lot more to it than that, and the job itself can...