In this section you will find a wealth of resources to enhance your teaching practice. Below you can find repositories specifically dedicated to teaching materials for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) and online safety education.

In the subsequent pages of this section you will find a range of videos and publications, as well as our Learning Resource Exchange, allowing you to search among 330,000+ Open Educational Resources from 58 content providers in 29 languages.

 

FIND STEM EDUCATION RESOURCES:

Find STEM teaching materials. The Scientix resource repository collects teaching materials from STEM education projects financed by the EU or by various national and international initiatives. Check out our constantly growing repository.

You can also translate the resources for free into any of the 24 EU official languages. The Scientix Translation on demand service allows users to request translation of any teaching material in the Scientix repository (provided that their copyright licence allows so). The requested material is translated and localised by European Schoolnet, and added to the Scientix repository.

Website: http://www.scientix.eu

Contact: scientix@eun.org

Funding: Scientix is co-funded by the Horizon 2020 programme of the European Union.

 

STEM Alliance, the initiative that brings industry and education together to improve STEM in Europe, has a useful repository which showcases successful educational approaches and materials provided by industry, as well as educational publications from companies, organisations and institutions in Europe.

Website: http://www.stemalliance.eu/resources

Contact: stemalliance@eun.org

Funding: European Schoolnet, CSR Europe, AmgenAxalta CA Technologies, Cisco, DASSAULT SYSTEMES, EPCA, GSMA, IBM, Johnson & Johnson, Lego Education, Lenovo, Microsoft, Shell, Texas Instruments, Transport Malta.

 

FIND ONLINE SAFETY RESOURCES:

The Better Internet for Kids (BIK) portal provides a central point of access for the general public and wider stakeholders for information and guidance on safer and better internet issues, acting as a signposting service to content and resources from the Insafe network of Safer Internet Centres (SICs) in Europe, and from other stakeholders where appropriate.

Specific content and services are also provided and delivered through the site such as the BIK bulletin (a quarterly, electronic newsletter), a Guide to online services, a searchable repository of eSafety resources, a gallery of awareness-raising videos, and a whole host of topical articles.

Website: www.betterinternetforkids.eu

Contact: BIK Coordination Team

Funding: Better Internet for Kids is financed by the European Union programme Connecting Europe Facility.