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Date: Friday, 13 November, 17:00-18:00 CET.

Webinar: Learning Product as an Assessment


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Tasos Hovardas is a Senior Research Associate at the University of Cyprus and a Member of the Research in Science and Technology Education Group (RESCITEG). He has been engaged in the last decade in several EU funded projects on digital STEM education as well as on environmental education and outreach. He has published and reviewed papers for numerous citation index journals and he has been an Editorial Board Member for the Journal of Research in Science Education (2017-2020). Tasos serves as an Editor-in-Chief for the journal Society & Natural Resources (2017-2020).

Nikoletta Xenofontos is a Research Associate of the Research in Science and Technology Education Group (ReSciTEG) at the Department of Education of the University of Cyprus. She completed a B.A. in Education, M.A. and PhD in Learning in Natural Sciences, at University of Cyprus. She has been involved as a teaching assistant at the University of Cyprus (2008 - 2017) and she currently participates in several EU Funded projects on inquiry-based learning, use of online labs, digital STEM education and differentiation.  

Webinar: STEM careers in connection to STEM education

Date: Wednesday, 4 November 17:00 to 18:00 CET


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Dr Stacey Habergham-Mawson is an astrophysicist and lecturer at Liverpool John Moores University, UK. She is also a manager of the National Schools’ Observatory project, allowing students around the globe to get hand-on with science using the world’s largest robotic telescope. She is dedicated to inspiring new generations to become interested in the opportunities STEM has to offer, especially those from under-represented backgrounds.

Now Futurum Careers’ Assistant Editor, Erica Morgan spent 17 years teaching English to 11 – 18 year olds, both in the UK and in Thailand. Her role is to ensure complex STEAM research is communicated to a younger audience in an accessible and engaging way. She loves her role helping to inspire the next STEAM generation and believes that every young person, regardless of identity or background, should be taught that they can aspire to be part of it.

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