Huge success: More than 700 participants worldwide!

The Conference “Learn STEM: Innovative pedagogy for STEM education” was an unexpected and incredible success: More than 700 teachers and headmasters from all five continents registered to join online on Wednesday, 29th of April 2020. The coordinator of the European initiative Learn STEM, Dr. Christian M. Stracke, is excited: “We are happy about the amazing interest in innovative STEM learning and in our pedagogical model and free tools”. 22 international experts from Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) presented latest developments in STEM education from scientific research to practical experiences.

The whole Learn STEM Online Conference is published online now! Everybody who could not participate or want to revisit the online conference, can enjoy the full programme and download all presentations. And the whole Learn STEM Online Conference 2020 was also recorded and the video of the full programme is available online, too!

New: Learn STEM Online Conference – Join today

We are realizing now our Learn STEM Conference (that we had to cancel on 26th of March 2020) as an Online Conference on 29th of April 2020:

All school teachers, headmasters and researchers are most welcome!

We will explore and discuss how to innovate and improve school education in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).

The online programme starts at 16:00 with a keynote session and ends at 19:00. The meeting room will open 30 minutes before to allow you testing your connectivity and settings.

Join our Learn STEM Online Conference and REGISTER TODAY HERE!

Learn STEM Online Course instead of cancelled Conference

We are happy to offer you our Learn STEM Online Course next to our Learn STEM Conference (that will be realized as an Online Conference now):

The Learn STEM Online Course on Pedagogical Innovations for STEM Education will start on Thursday, 26th of March 2020.

You can join for free: www.competencedevelopment.eu

Watch our welcome video for the Learn STEM Online Course: www.bit.ly/LearnSTEM2020_Welcome

We invite you and all school teachers, headmasters and researchers to join the online course starting on 26th of March 2020: During four weeks, you and all participants can explore and discuss how to improve school education in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).

The introductory weeks started on 12th of March 2020 and are open for getting together and familiar with the online environment, see our introduction on: www.bit.ly/LearnSTEM2020_Introduction

Participate for free on: www.competencedevelopment.eu

Learn STEM Conference on 26th of March 2020 is CANCELLED

Unfortunately we have to CANCEL our Learn STEM Conference on 26th of March 2020 and postpone it due to the virus covid-19:

At the moment, it is most important to fight against the further spreading of covid-19 and to avoid any social contacts and meetings. Please take care and stay well!

Our kind offer: Join instead our free Online Course on innovative STEM education: www.competencedevelopment.eu

A new date for the Learn STEM Conference will be published hopefully soon here on our website.

Learn STEM Online Course

The online course “Learn STEM: Innovative pedagogy for STEM education” is available now: The European initiative Learn STEM invites all school teachers, headmasters and researchers to join and register for free. During four weeks, all participants can explore and discuss how to improve school education in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). The online course will start on Thursday, 26th of March 2020, registration is already open now at: www.competencedevelopment.eu

In the first week, the Learn STEM online course will introduce and explain innovative STEM learning along the example of the Learn STEM Pedagogical Model. Weeks 2 and 3 are focusing learner- and teacher-centred STEM education and related methodologies, instruments and practical tips. Finally, week 4 will offer STEM assessment tools to support teachers as well as learners to measure their progress. Starting on 1st of March 2020, the introductory weeks are opening for getting together and familiar with the online environment.

Learn STEM Conference

Explore and join our Learn STEM Conference: “Learn STEM for innovative school education”

On Thursday, 26th of March 2020, we invite you to the most innovative Agora school in Roermond (the Netherlands).

All school teachers, headmasters and researchers are most welcome!

We will explore and discuss how to innovate and improve school education in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).

Join our discussion and register today!

Learn STEM at LINQ 2019: Huge success!

The Learn STEM workshop at the LINQ 2019 Conference was a huge success!

Around 100 pre-service and in-service teachers and headmasters were attending LINQ 2019 taking place on 22nd of November 2019 in the Niekee school in Roermond. The interactive Learn STEM session was attracting most of the conference participants leading to lively discussions about the Learn STEM Pedagogical Model and its usage and adaptation.

All presentations and video recordings from LINQ 2019 are already available online at: http://2019.learning-innovations.eu/proceedings-presentations-and-videos-are-online

LINQ 2019: First announcement

The International Conference on Learning Innovations and Quality (LINQ) invites you:

The topic of LINQ 2019 is: Innovative School Education for Sustainable Development!

The LINQ 2019 Conference starts on Friday, 22nd of November 2019, at 09:30am with a welcome reception and plenary session (in English). After lunch break, you can select among parallel interactive sessions (in Dutch and in English) ending with a borrel (typical Dutch closing drink).

The LINQ 2019 Conference is organized by the Open Education research group of the Welten Institute from the Open University of the Netherlands (Dr. Christian M. Stracke) in collaboration with the Agora school in Roermond and Learn STEM.

We are looking forward to welcoming you at LINQ 2019 in Roermond soon!

More information at: www.learning-innovations.eu