Be part of a pioneer STEM project: Experience & apply innovative teaching & learning practices in your school and promote at the same time to environmental awareness and climate action!
Funded under the International Visegrad Fund, the project ‘IoT, Big Data and AI: Innovating STEM Teaching through Strengthening Teacher Professionalisation’ is a 4-month long hands-on training programme for secondary schools teachers in the four Visegrad countries Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia: on a pedagogical, curriculum & technical level.
Schools of participating teachers will be provided with cutting-edge technological equipment that allows them to monitor and analyse environmental and climate change through data collection on a joint platform (e.g. air temperature, rain rate, humidity, solar and UV radiation, etc.). Participating teachers and students will engage in collaborative online training sessions and explore & create 21st century teaching & learning settings in their own classrooms
Read more about the project here
Who Should Participate?
Teachers from secondary, high and vocational schools in V4 countries (Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia), with good command of English.
Both teachers from STEM and other subjects will be able to integrate the project’s modules in their daily curriculum or to run them as extracurricular activities.
September to December 2021
Are there any cost involved?
There is no registration or participation fee.
Is this programme accessible?
The Open Call and the screening process for this project adopt a non-discriminative approach ensuring a balanced geographic representation, gender balance, and fair access to all. In doing so, the organisers do not discriminate against any applicant or participant on the basis of his or her race, national origin (ancestry), colour, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, pregnancy, disability, religion (creed), marital status, or age.