The 2021 STEM Discovery Campaign

Dear participants,

The 2021 STEM Discovery Campaign has already kicked off and we can’t wait to receive and read your stories about how you designed and implemented your STEM activities in the various competitions!

Read the instructions and the guidelines on how to write an engaging blog post and if you have any questions or doubts, or if you face technical issues please contact, and

Kindly consider the steps that you need to take in order to be eligible for the various competitions that run during the Campaign:

  1. Read carefully the Terms and Conditions of the competition you wish to take part into. You can find them all in the main page of the STEM Discovery Campaign and the Competitions section.
  2. Make sure you comply with all the requirements: you have permission or consent to share visuals, photos, information and materials.
  3. If you are preparing a Learning Scenario make sure to use the appropriate Learning Scenario template, which is indicated in every Terms and Conditions documents.
  4. Please make sure to submit your activity only through the Activity Submission Form (yellow button). Submissions through other services by Scientix, such as the Repository, will not be accepted.
  5. Blog-posts related to activities you have submitted will be published on the STEM Discovery Campaign blog only. You can receive an invitation for an account by indicating that you need one in the registration form.

We cordially thank you for your support and for your commitment to improve STEM education in Europe. If you have questions, feel free to reach out.

The Scientix team

15 thoughts on “The 2021 STEM Discovery Campaign

  1. I have voted for the best resources ”More Light, Less Lightening.”
    Thank you.

  2. I have voted for CRACKING STEM WITH PROJECT-BASED LEARNING (PBL) as a good resource.

  3. I wrote an application story on the STEM Discovery Campaign Blog and participated in two of the STEM competitions. But it’s not over.

  4. Our STEM construction within the STEM OF THE 5 LIFE ELEMENTS project is a hot air balloon. The basket is made from a paper-lined cup. We inflated a balloon that was attached to the basket and released it into the air by making it fly.

  5. Our STEM constructions within the STEM OF THE 5 LIFE ELEMENTS eTwinning project are airplanes and platan tree propellers. The airplanes are made from paper and wood, the platan tree propeller from paper and metal clip.

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