Efforts to Increase Students’ Interest in Pursuing Mathematics, Science and Technology Studies and Careers


This report shows that two actions are at the heart of the drive to make STEM studies and professions a more popular option for young learners: the development of effective and attractive STEM curricula and teaching methods, and improved teacher education and professional development.

Pupils in eTwinning


2011 eTwinning report: case studies on pupil participation.

Spice: Spicing up Science and Maths classes by exchanging practices with teachers from other countries


2011 Spice report 2011 on how the project experimentation was designed, how the work was carried out, success stories and overall analysis, results and tips.

Impact of data loggers on science teaching and learning


Competence in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) is increasingly seen as a fundamental policy objective, as it plays a key role in developing adequate Research and Development (R&D) capacity in Europe, and therefore in ensuring economic and productivity growth.

Scientix: The Community for Science Education in Europe - Project information


This first publication of the Scientix project - the Community for Science Education in Europe - explains the main aims and goals of the project, especially the rationale behind the new online portal.

Voices of eTwinning


2010 eTwinning book in which teachers share their many and varied experiences of eTwinning.

Teachers’ Professional Development


2010 eTwinning report on how eTwinning and national and local teachers’ professional development schemes interact.

Efforts to Increase Students’ Interest in Pursuing Mathematics, Science and Technology Studies and Careers


National Measures taken by 16 of European Schoolnet’s Member Countries. Within the framework of the Spice project of which it is coordinator, and at the request of its Steering Committee, European Schoolnet (EUN) undertook a comparative analysis of the main, recent Maths, Science and Technology (MST) initiatives, policy actions and reforms in 16 EUN member countries, based on voluntary information provided in answer to a questionnaire.

Poverty is not a game: Handbook for teachers


PING is an online game made for secondary schools, forming a starting point to discuss the subject ‘poverty’ and what it means to be poor. Ping is aimed at the students of the secondary and third degree.

eTwinning 2.0: Building the community for schools in Europe


2010 eTwinning book on people using ICT and, in particular, teachers using eTwinning as a tool.