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Wouldn’t it be exiting to join an Arctic competition and win a place on an expedition to the Arctic in Svalbard or Northern Norway this summer?

On 4th November the EDU-ARCTIC project were a part of the big National Conference of the Community for Science Education organised in Bucharest (Romania) for STEM teachers.

How often do you get the opportunity to meet extraordinary STEM teachers from 15 countries? Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Sciences had a pleasure to host such group in Warsaw, Poland, at the end of September (23-24th Sept) during one of 3 EDU-ARCTIC EDUCATORS’ FORA.

The "Power of Storytelling" for teaching and learning science subjects. A scientist organizes a free webinar about storytelling during lessons.

On Wednesday 13 September 2017 at 16:00 CET, Marta Azevedo will present the "Power of Storytelling" for teaching and learning science subjects.


The 12th Conference of the European Science Education Research Association (ESERA) in Dublin was another opportunity not only to reflect on different approaches to enhancing our knowledge of learning processes, but – of course – to share our experience

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The publication How to conduct inspiring webinars for STEM classes in secondary schools: Experiences from EDU-ARCTIC program on the Arctic and polar research, was presented during a session at the 11th annual International Technology, Education and Development Conference (INTED2017) in Valencia (Spain).


Physics experiments right after the end of school year? Northern lights in a middle of summer heat? For the finalists of Arctic Competition 2017, this is the idea of a perfect start of summer holidays. 5 teams from Poland have proven that they’re really into science. Maria, Wiktoria, Beata, Mateusz, Michał: 3 girls and 2 boys from Poland were among the best European teams that had proposed research and innovation projects related to the Arctic.