The Space Awareness project has opened for registration to a new Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), titled "Our Wonderful Universe". This is the third online course produced within the Awareness project, funded by the EU's Horizon 2020 programme.

Are you interested in finding out how education systems across Europe are responding to the need for young people to be skilled in Computational Thinking?

STEM Discovery Week 2017 is being celebrated on 24-30 April with various face-to-face and online events that underline the importance of school and industry collaboration, to address the current shortage of STEM students and professionals in Europe.

In line with tradition, eTwinning has an annual theme that is inclusion and leads the activities for 2017

The STEM Discovery Week from 24 to 30 April 2017 celebrates all the opportunities that studies and careers in the field of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) have to offer!

European Schoolnet is proud to announce that we are celebrating our 20th anniversary this year! Having begun as a network of 18 Ministries of Education in 1997, we currently have 31 members, all united in our mission to transform education in Europe.

More than 250 early childhood education and care (ECEC) stakeholders met at the Great Start in Life conference to discuss this important stage in learner development. Now, we are inviting you to share your opinion!

As with tradition, the 2017 eTwinning European Prizes have been announced! From the 591 projects submitted, bellow you will find a list of winners and runners up of the three age categories.

The "STEM Professionals Go Back To School" scheme is a STEM Alliance programme to engage company professionals to visit schools and participate in collaborative activities for one hour to half a day.

European Schoolnet invites teachers to register for the upcoming Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) 'Opening minds to STEM careers' MOOC for STEM teachers'. This MOOC is a joint initiative of three projects, Scientix – funded by Horizon 2020, SYSTEMIC – funded by Erasmus+, and STEM Alliance, which is privately funded.

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