2020 STEM Discovery Campaign – Best practices of (remote) STEM teaching

The 2020 STEM Discovery Campaign is a joint international initiative organized by Scientix that invites projects, organisations, libraries, schools, universities and youth clubs across Europe and around the world to celebrate careers and studies in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).

The tagline for this year’s campaign is “Innovative Trends in Education”. The main goal of the STEM Discovery Campaign is to showcase the magnitude of the efforts teachers and other people interested in STEM education make teaching STEM Subjects.

Everyone who would like to share the stories of implementation of STEM (online) activities in the (virtual) classroom are invited to do it on 2020 STEM Discovery Campaign blog. In response to the current situation, we are also very happy to welcome articles with tips and resources that teachers use to organise their online classes.

Publishing an online post on our blog will be considered as an activity for the STEM Discovery Campaign, therefore, everyone who wants to submit a blog or article first must fill in the Activity and Action Submission Form.

If you don’t have an account on the STEM Discovery Campaign blog, please contact the blog moderator Martyna Bajorinaite at martyna.bajorinaite@eun.org and she will create an account for you.

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This blog is also a platform for all the education community to share, exchange and interact about the best practices of teaching STEM subjects. We encourage you to explore the blog, read about others teachers’ examples and get inspired!

3 thoughts on “2020 STEM Discovery Campaign – Best practices of (remote) STEM teaching

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  2. Hi! We joined to the Stem Discovery Campaign with our 120 students. We worked with the students who are at the 5th grade of the school. With the approach of “Not all waste is garbage” our students collected the recycle waste over a week. They sorted them according to whether they were glass, plastic, paper, metal etc. We ensured that these wastes, which they separated, were thrown into the nearest recycling bins. Our aim in this event is to make them realize that there are dozens of recycled materials thrown away.

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