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STEM Teacher Training Network of the Netherlands

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ICSE (International Centre for STEM Education) is an internationally connected research centre that is located at the University of Education in Freiburg, Germany. The ultimate aim of ICSE is to help improve STEM education across Europe through practice-related research and its transfer into practice.

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Finished projects


Mascil MaSDiV STEM PD net Inclusme

MaSDiV (2017-2020) is a high-level research and evaluation project involving leading STEM education institutes from across Europe and 11 Ministries of Education. A course for STEM teachers to better equip them to promote science and mathematics literacy for all students (including disadvantaged students from diverse cultural and social backgrounds) together with the learning of fundamental values will be widely implemented and rigorousely evaluated in a multimethod research design. In this policy experimentation measure (funded within Erasmus+ Key Action 3) the aim is to scale-up successful measures across Europe.

IncluSMe (2016-2019) focusses on the initial education of teachers and pursues a highly innovative approach to link STEM education with intercultural learning so as to better prepare teachers for culturally diverse classrooms. The project will produce ready-to-use modules lecturers in teacher education degree programs can easily integrate into their lecture program. The project will also promote first-hand international experiences of future STEM teachers through summer schools.

STEM PD Net (2016-2019) is an Erasmus+ project to strengthen European collaboration and exchange among STEM Professional Development Centres in Europe. Core aims are to provide selections of STEM PD materials of the highest quality and professional development guidelines which are suitable for use across Europe, to reflect and promote the organizational development of the Centres in each national context, and to strengthen the voice of these Centres across Europe.

On January 18 januari 2018, was opened in a international meeting.

Program.


Katja Maass, Pädagogische Hochschule, Freiburg


Panel discussion

Michiel Doorman

From the Netherlands were present: Michiel Doorman, Monica Wijers en Vincent Jonker

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