Make What’s Next & STEM – The Global and Multilingual #MSFTEduChat TweetMeet

The Global and Multilingual #MSFTEduChat TweetMeet

At the beginning of March I was invited to be the Polish host in the global discussion led by Microsoft Education – #MSFTEduChatTweetMeet about Make What’s Next & STEM.

For three weeks, we were preparing for a meeting on Twitter.
We prepared 6 questions: one opening question, one closing and four discussion questions:

Questions were in English and in the host native language. On March 19th, 2019, there were 8 simultaneous language tracks: English, Hindi, Italian, Polish, Serbian, Spanish, Swedish and – for the first time – Croatian

Go on Twitter and follow the hashtags #MSFTEduChat #TweetMeet #MakeWhatsNext & #STEM to see our discussion!

What are #MSFTEduChat TweetMeets?

Here, in Sway, you can read about the TweetMeet

And here, on Microsoft Education Blog:

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About katarzynakwiatekgrabarska

Katarzyna Kwiatek-Grabarska, Geography and Computer Science Teacher with 16 years of work experience. The Scientix Ambassador in Poland and the GLOBE Teacher. Graduated from the Faculty of Earth Sciences at the University of Silesia in Katowice in the field of Geography with the specialization in Shaping and Protecting the Environment. Then she completed postgraduate studies at the Faculty of Informatics and Materials Science in the field of Computer Science. From the beginning of her professional career, she has been involved in the implementation of many science educational projects at national and international level. She is an active teacher of the GLOBE Program. She also implements projects within the framework of European Schools Cooperation under the eTwinning and Erasmus+ Programs. For two years now she has been also an Ambassador of the Scientix Project in Poland, which founder is the European Schoolnet. She has been the author and organizer of two urban geographic theme competitions for students from the city of Zabrze for 10 years. Every year she coordinates school presentations during the Science Day in Zabrze and STEM Discovery Week in school. Her students present their skills and achievements in the field of Earth Sciences.