Enhancing STEM practice and strategy in secondary schools
The course provides teachers in secondary schools with resources and ideas to help them bring effective and quality teaching of STEM disciplines (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) in their classrooms, while developing and applying innovative teaching approaches to increase young students' knowledge, skills and interest in STEM.
The course includes hands-on workshops (e.g. coding) and active exploring of online resources such as virtual labs and research centers or space related activities, among other ingenious tools. The teachers have the opportunity to exchange knowledge while being introduced to different creative teaching approaches and practices, to be used both in STEM and in cross-curricula capacity, in the classroom. The course will also look into why it is important to develop a STEM strategy at the whole-school level and how to do that in practice. The course is co-organized by Next-Lab, TIWI, STEM School Label and Scientix, the community for Science education in Europe.
Venue: All courses will be held at European Schoolnet's own training venue, the Future Classroom Lab, a unique and inspiring learning environment in Brussels, which challenges visitors to rethink the role of pedagogy, technology and design in their classrooms.
Target audience: This course is aimed at secondary level teachers. Teacher trainers and school leaders are also welcome to join the course. A good level of English is required.
Registration: The places are given on a first-come, first-served basis. The courses will run if there are a minimum of 15 participants in each. Each course will be confirmed latest 2,5 months before. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book and confirm your places!
Interested in our courses? For any questions you may have, please write an email to email@example.com.
Looking for funding? See what funding opportunities Erasmus+ provides under "Key Action 1 - Mobility of individuals in the field of education and training". For more information see the Programme Guide and information provided by your National Agency.
- 23.04.2019 > 27.04.2019 (Confirmed)