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.

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.

Evarist Bartolo, Minister of Education and Employment in Malta, calls for a continuation of the Scientix project beyond its current funding period from the European Commission during a succesful Third Scientix Conference that took place in Brussels, Belgium, from 4 to 6 May 2018. Jean-David Malo, Director for Open Innovation and Open Science, at the Directorate for Research and Innovation of the European Commission, added that he is very impressed by the project's achievements to this day.

Svein Sjøberg, Professor of Science Education at Oslo University, and Beth Healey, a medical doctor who is an expert on space and extreme environments, International Space University, London, and former ESA MD on Spaceflight Analogue Concordia, are keynote speakers at the Third Scientix Conference, which will be held in Brussels, Belgium, 4 to 6 May 2018.

This Call for Papers for the 3rd Scientix Conference invites you to present and discuss your work and experience in the area of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education in primary and secondary education.

The third edition of the STEM Discovery Week will be celebrated 23 to 29 April 2018. Building on the success achieved already in 2016 and 2017, the STEM Discovery Week aims to facilitate more than 500 activities, reaching more than 10,000 schools in 30 countries! Projects, organisations and schools can now request to become partners of the campaign.

European Schoolnet is looking for teachers to form the pilot teacher teams from each of the following 10 countries: Germany, Austria, Spain, Sweden, Poland, Italy, Belgium, Portugal, Israel, Croatia and join the BLOOM project. Each pilot teacher team will consist of a teacher coordinator and a support teacher.

High-level representatives from businesses and the education sector gathered today to discuss how to advance and scale up business-education cooperation to improve Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) studies and careers in Europe.

The STEM Alliance High-Level Event "Advancing And Scaling-Up Education - Industry Collaboration" will be held on Thursday 7 December 2017, from 08.30 AM to 02.00 PM at the Crowne Plaza Brussels - Le Palace Hotel in Brussels.

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