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Innovative practices for engaging STEM teaching

Join the new open online course on STEM

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Ignite Your Future

New video and resources to inspire your pupils

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Towards 2020

Priorities for STEM education and careers in Europe Conference

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Second White Paper on STEM education

Published jointly by Intel and European Schoolnet

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inGenious Competition

Teach and inspire, and win great prizes too!

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inGenious Code for school-Industry Collaboration

Tools and advice to work together in a safe, smooth and secure way

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Pilot snapshot

Teachers voice their views on inGenious

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 brings teachers and industry together to excite pupils about science, technology, engineering and maths.

 
Did you know
 

Photo credits: European Space Agency (ESA)GAIA mission in a nutshell

We are at the dawn of a new era in terms of understanding our universe as the European Space Agency (ESA) launches an historic mission which will provide us with an unprecedented view on our galaxy: GAIA.  Why GAIA is so different from everything we had before?  

Photo credits: European Space Agency (ESA) 

 

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inGenious - Science
Events
 

Events for this month

April, 2014

Practice deep dive
 

“Ignite Your future” is a new inGenious resource to improve your pupils understanding of the link between achievements they admire (ie 3D or renewables) and the opportunities for them to play a role as professionals in further advancing them.

 
Country focus
 

The PISA 2012 results place the Netherlands in 10th place in the OECD overall and as 1st among EU-28 countries.
Could long-standing support for school-industry collaboration play a role in Dutch success? 

 

 

My job explained
 

Maggie Saykali helps represent one of Europe’s key industries and acts as a bridge between business, government and the public. She tells us why working for the European Chemistry Industry Council is such a rewarding job, and how she got there.

 
Teacher of the month
 

Stella Magid is an experienced teacher trainer who works in the Tel Aviv area of Israel. As a professional educator responsible for not only school children, but also tomorrow’s generation of teachers, she is ideally placed to have a positive impact on the teaching of STEM subjects.

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