STEAM for all is a competition that aims at engaging students in STEAM educational activities and promoting inclusion in STEAM.
All submitted activities are uploaded to the STEMigrants.eu repository, a website that promotes STEAM education in multicultural learning environments. This way, the repository will be enriched with activities already implemented in the classroom and, as they will be freely accessible to the entire educational community, other teachers will also have the chance to get new ideas for engaging their students in STEAM activities.
The format of the submitted activities aims to bypass the language barrier in multicultural school environments. For this reason, the implementation guidelines suggest the use of images and videos.
Having as a moto STEAM is language for all 2022 STEAM for all competition welcomed the submissions of 21 schools around Greece.
The competition was created as a collaboration of tree Scientix Ambassadors , Giannis Lefkos, Christina Lousta and Iro Koliakou and is organized by Anatolia College in collaboration with the STEMigrants.eu teacher initiative. The STEAm for All 2022 competition is under the auspices of under the auspices of UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and the Greek ministry of education.
All submitted activities will be evaluated by the organizing committee. The best four activities will be awarded an Arduino type Starter Kit. The winning teams will present their activities to an event that will take place on Friday, May 13, 2022 at the Anatolia College Anna Papageorgiou STEM Center. The event will also be broadcasted live (live streaming). A representative of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees will attend the event.
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UNHCR assumes no responsibility or liability for the Contest.
Join us next year to Inspire your students to travel into the magical world of STEAM, through a creative educational process that will offer them joy and fun!
The Organizing Committee:
Iro Koliakou, Science Teacher, Anatolia College / Scientix Ambassador
Ioannis Lefkos, Laboratory Teaching Staff, Department of Educational and Social Policy, University of Macedonia / Primary School Teacher / Science Teacher / Scientix Ambassador
Christina Lousta, Refugee Education Coordinator for Urban Area of West Thessaloniki/Primary School Teacher/Scientix Ambassador
Peggy Perakaki, Coordinator of Social Responsibility Programs, Anatolia College / Mathematician