Helmut Holter, the Education Minister of the German Land Thüringen, visited European Schoolnet last week, together with Bettina Biste, Director of the International German School in Brussels and Wolfgang Borde, Deputy Head of the Thuringian representation in Brussels.

Earlier this summer, the online safety support and accreditation service for schools eSafety Label launched a brand new portal. What novelties does this launch bring? Read on to find out!

Arts-based science education can contribute to address gender bias and stereotypes in educational and collaborative settings argues a new Scientix observatory paper on gender and innovation in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics STE(A)M education.

The new European STEM Schools Report is the result of a literature review and a consultation process with four groups of key stakeholders in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education. Those key stakeholders are schools, STEM teachers, Ministries of Education and STEM Industries.

Scientix invites teachers in secondary education, who teach at least one class of students from the ages of ten to over nineteen, to contribute to a new multilingual survey about teaching practices in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education.

Instructors Applaud Games for Attracting Students' Attention, Increasing Confidence, Exercising Imaginations and Improving Performance

On Wednesday, 27 June 2018, Marco Tullner visited the premises of European Schoolnet in Brussels to learn more about our Future Classroom Lab, an inspirational learning environment challenging visitors to rethink the role of pedagogy, technology and design in the classroom.

We are delighted to share with our many followers from across the education community in Europe, the results of our work together in 2017.

Scientix and the STEM Alliance are proud to reveal the winning names of their STEM Discovery Week 2018 competitions. Scientix awards 31 educators and the STEM Alliance 17 educators.

European Schoolnet, the network of Ministries of Education in Europe, has launched a new study visit scheme. The scheme provides face-to-face peer learning opportunities for its members from across Europe to exchange about what works and what doesn't when it comes to new education policies.

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