STE(A)M IT project: Call for Teachers
European Schoolnet is looking for four teams of primary school teachers (teaching students aged 6- 11 years) and seven teams of secondary school teachers (teaching the same students aged 12-16) to join the STE(A)M-IT project (January 2020 – July 2021). The teams are expected to contribute in the tasks listed below:
• Support the project by leading the creation and development of Learning Scenarios on teaching Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) in an integrated (interdisciplinary) way between them as well as with other non-STEM subjects, following the structure and rationale of the “master” Learning Scenario, which will be produced exclusively for this project.
• Participate in face-to-face workshops in Brussels. Each team member will attend individually one workshop. The workshops are scheduled to take place during winter and summer (27-29 February 2020, 2-4 July 2020, and June 2021, exact dates to be confirmed).
• Test and continuously improve these learning scenarios by implementing them in the classroom in order to support the measurement of the impact of the implementation. All teachers involved will test their own Learning Scenario as well as one created by another team of teachers, adapting the content to their students’ needs and provide feedback.
• Support the creation of two online massive courses (MOOCs) to help other teachers address various STEM topics and critical thinking in their classes (one for primary school teachers and one for secondary school teachers).
• Promote the adoption of these learning scenarios at the national level.
• Help disseminate the project through delivering webinars, promoting in social media, and producing content for newsletters.
The work presented in this document has received funding from the European Union’s ERASMUS+