Organised jointly by BRITEC in collaboration with Scientix, AmgenTeach, CS Track and the STEM Alliance, the STEM High Level Event offered two days, 20 and 21 May, of online conferences, and interactive sessions with researchers, school representatives and industry representatives.
Over 600 people registered to the event and we would like to thank you all for participating and for your contributions!
A special thanks goes to the speakers of the various sessions, their thorough presentations and the valuable advice regarding Citizen Science Education.
If you did not manage to join the event or just wish to rewatch it, the recordings are available on YouTube:
Do not forget to follow on twitter @scientix_eu and the hashtags #BRITECProject and #STEM-HLE21.
Organised jointly by BRITEC with Scientix, AmgenTeach, CS Track and the STEM Alliance, the 2021 STEM High Level Event “Bringing Research Into the Classroom” will offer two days, 20 and 21 May, of online conferences and interactive sessions with researchers and representatives from universities, schools, and industries.
This event aims to:
- Share innovative practices regarding Citizen Science in schools.
- Provide insights on how schools can collaborate with Research Centres and Universities.
- Share tips from key stakeholders involved in education on how to engage students into multidisciplinary citizen science projects.
- Discuss the necessary conditions and types of practice leading to effective implementation of Citizen science in schools.
Open to any stakeholder and everyone interested in STEM education, you can find out more by checking out the agenda http://bit.ly/STEM-HLE-Agenda and joining the event via the registration form http://bit.ly/STEM-HLE-Registration.
STEM education stakeholders will attend, among which teachers and researchers from the projects countries and other international participants, including policy makers, teachers, representatives of schools, teacher training institutes, and others.
Ready to take notes on STEM education? Join us online on 20 and 21 May!
We are happy to announce that the BRITEC Citizen Science toolkit is now available. It contains examples of various IT tools, which could be used during the whole cycle of the creation and implementation of Citizen Science initiatives. Additionally, reflections on how to address research ethics and what are the roles and responsibilities of the actors involved in these types of projects are also included as part of the report. Finally, some examples of useful sources and CS networking platforms developed under various Horizon 2020 projects relevant for this purpose are given, in case further information is needed.
Read the toolkit in our library.
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