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Webinar: STEM teaching with real-world problems


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Date:  Wednesday, 23, September 17:00-18:00 CEST

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In Module 2 and 3, we shared numerous activities that you can implement in your STEM subjects individually or in an interdisciplinary way. During the webinar, we will host some of the teachers who helped create this course and aforementioned activities and Scientix Ambassadors. They will share best practice for overall approach to teaching (interdisciplinary) STEM in connection to real-life problems. In addition, they will share tips and tricks, and some resources, that that can help teachers motive their students and make them more interested in STEM.

Nektarios, Mladen and Aleksandra are also part of the Scientix Ambassadors who contributed to the content of STEM is Everywhere! MOOC, so feel free to ask them some questions related to the lesson plans they developed. If you have any questions for them, please post them in this Padlet.


NektariosNektarios Farassopoulos  is a Primary school teacher, Principal of Ano Syros Primary School, eTwinning and Scientix Ambassador, Aerospace in Class Lead Teacher.

AleksandraAleksandra Blaževska Chemistry teacher from Skopje, North Macedonia. One of the winners of STEM Discovery Week 2018 by Scientix.

MladenMalden Šljivović is a Physics teacher and career guidance team coordinator from Serbia . In 2018 he was elected as one of the best teachers in Serbia by Association for encouraging entrepreneurship Živojin Mišić.

ZeynepZeynep Kalıncı is an English teacher and Scientix Ambassador for Turkey. At her school, she is involved in projects on STEM, and STEM careers. One of her projects was selected as a good practice in education by a university in Turkey.  STEM is Everywhere course helped Zeynep connect with other STEM teachers around the world and exchange ideas. She believes STEM skills are crucial for changing the future, and she will keep incorporating STEM activities in her teaching.

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