With the start of the academic year, STEM Alliance is happy to launch its Back to School campaign, which aims at facilitating the relationship between industries and schools in order to provide a variety of opportunities to engage young people in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

The Europeana DSI2 project is looking for 6 teachers from Finland, France and Hungary (one primary and one secondary level teacher per country) to join a small validation pilot between November 2016 – May 2017.

The European Schoolnet has launched a call for evaluation services to help it in the evaluation of its projects.

From 26 to 27 September 2016, European Schoolnet is organizing the Educational Repositories Network, entitled ‘Open Education: Promoting Diversity for European Languages' in Brussels, Belgium.

The European Coding Initiative, along with the European Schoolnet's Future Classroom Lab ambassadors and Learning Labs' network, will hold an international hackathon on 20th of October, where teams from schools and learning labs across Europe and beyond will have the chance to build and share their projects.

ICT and innovation in teaching and learning: opportunities for regions and cities to promote better social inclusion.

Scientix is holding two exciting events this October dedicated to professional careers in the fields of sciences, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). Those who register for those events get a unique opportunity to meet, discuss and learn more about STEM careers and careers counselling at schools.

Because learning is a never-ending process even for educators, has prepared two courses to get you started with the upcoming school year with new teaching skills. Find out more about the courses and join them!

How much of a difference does classroom design make to what gets accomplished in the room itself? A great difference, as it turns out. The fact is classrooms with attention placed on colour and comfort can have a positive impact on learning and engagement.

Scientix, the community for science education in Europe, has published two new calls for organisations and teachers in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) education. By applying for one of these exciting calls, you can make your mark on science education in your country and Europe as a whole!

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