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STEM HLE19: Dr Agueda Gras-Velazquez - Strengthening the STEM Community

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Dr Agueda Gras-Velazquez (Astrophysicist / Management) is the Science Programme Manager of European Schoolnet (EUN). As Head of the Science Education Department at EUN, she is in charge of overseeing and coordinating all the Maths and Science projects in which EUN is involved. Additionally, she is in charge of the day-to-day management of "Scientix" (the community for science education in Europe, http://scientix.eu), coordinates EUN's Ministries of Education STEM representatives Working Group and from January 2017, she manages the European Schoolnet Academy. In her over 10 years at EUN, Agueda has been involved in over 35 European Commission funded projects and 13 private funded ones; and sits in the advisory board of a number of projects. Prior to joining EUN in May 2008, she worked as an independent eLearning Professional, as Tutor, Content designer, IT manager, Administrator, Project Manager and Consultant for international projects. She has co-authored several papers in the area of Science Education Research and has a PhD in Astrophysics from Trinity College Dublin, which she carried out at the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies in Ireland.

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STEM HLE19: Dr Agueda Gras-Velazquez - Strengthening the STEM Community

  1. 1. #STEMHLE19 STEM HIGH-LEVEL EVENT 2019 - FOSTERING INDUSTRY COOPERATION WITHIN STEM SCHOOL EDUCATION STRATEGIES https://pixabay.com/en/blackboard-boys-chalkboard-children-1299841/
  2. 2. #STEMHLE19 STEM HIGH-LEVEL EVENT 2019 - FOSTERING INDUSTRY COOPERATION WITHIN STEM SCHOOL EDUCATION STRATEGIES
  3. 3. #STEMHLE19 STEM HIGH-LEVEL EVENT 2019 - FOSTERING INDUSTRY COOPERATION WITHIN STEM SCHOOL EDUCATION STRATEGIES
  4. 4. #STEMHLE19 STEM HIGH-LEVEL EVENT 2019 - FOSTERING INDUSTRY COOPERATION WITHIN STEM SCHOOL EDUCATION STRATEGIES Strengthening the STEM Community
  5. 5. #STEMHLE19 STEM HIGH-LEVEL EVENT 2019 - FOSTERING INDUSTRY COOPERATION WITHIN STEM SCHOOL EDUCATION STRATEGIES • Personalisation of learning • Project and problem based learning (PBL) • Inquiry Based Science Education (IBSE) Instruction • Emphasis on STEM topics and competences • Interdisciplinary instruction • Contextualisation of STEM teaching Curriculum implementation Assessment • Highly qualified professionals • Existence of supporting (pedagogical) staff • Professional development Professionalization of staff School leadership and culture • School leadership • Highlevelofcooperation amongstaff • Inclusiveculture Connections School infrastructure • With industry professionals • With parents/guardians • With other schools and/or educational platforms • With universities and/or research centers • With local communities • Access to technology and equipment • High quality instruction classroom materials STEM School Key Elements And Criteria • Continuous assessment • Personalised assessment STEM School elements and criteria with additional information: https://tinyurl.com/STEM-label-criteria STEM School = School with a clear STEM strategy STEM School Label is Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union (Grant Agreement N. 2017-1-BE02- KA201-034748). The content of the document is the sole responsibility of the organizer and it does not represent the opinion of the European Commission (EC), and the EC is not responsible for any use that might be made of information contained.
  6. 6. #STEMHLE19 STEM HIGH-LEVEL EVENT 2019 - FOSTERING INDUSTRY COOPERATION WITHIN STEM SCHOOL EDUCATION STRATEGIES Where Industry and Education come together to improve Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths in Europe
  7. 7. The work presented in this document is supported by the European Commission’s H2020 programme – project Scientix 3 (Grant agreement N. 730009), coordinated by European Schoolnet (EUN). The content of this document is the sole responsibility of the organizer and it does not represent the opinion of European Schoolnet or the European Commission (EC), and the EC is not responsible for any use that might be made of information contained herein.
  8. 8. The work presented in this document is supported by the European Commission’s H2020 programme – project Scientix 3 (Grant agreement N. 730009), coordinated by European Schoolnet (EUN). The content of this document is the sole responsibility of the organizer and it does not represent the opinion of European Schoolnet or the European Commission (EC), and the EC is not responsible for any use that might be made of information contained herein.
  9. 9. The work presented in this document is supported by the European Commission’s H2020 programme – project Scientix 3 (Grant agreement N. 730009), coordinated by European Schoolnet (EUN). The content of this document is the sole responsibility of the organizer and it does not represent the opinion of European Schoolnet or the European Commission (EC), and the EC is not responsible for any use that might be made of information contained herein.
  10. 10. The work presented in this document is supported by the European Commission’s H2020 programme – project Scientix 3 (Grant agreement N. 730009), coordinated by European Schoolnet (EUN). The content of this document is the sole responsibility of the organizer and it does not represent the opinion of European Schoolnet or the European Commission (EC), and the EC is not responsible for any use that might be made of information contained herein.
  11. 11. The work presented in this document is supported by the European Commission’s H2020 programme – project Scientix 3 (Grant agreement N. 730009), coordinated by European Schoolnet (EUN). The content of this document is the sole responsibility of the organizer and it does not represent the opinion of European Schoolnet or the European Commission (EC), and the EC is not responsible for any use that might be made of information contained herein.
  12. 12. #STEMHLE19 STEM HIGH-LEVEL EVENT 2019 - FOSTERING INDUSTRY COOPERATION WITHIN STEM SCHOOL EDUCATION STRATEGIES
  13. 13. #STEMHLE19 STEM HIGH-LEVEL EVENT 2019 - FOSTERING INDUSTRY COOPERATION WITHIN STEM SCHOOL EDUCATION STRATEGIES Strengthening the STEM Community How can the community contribute to engaging students, teachers and other actors in STEM education activities? Concrete steps needed to scale up STEM strategy at school level, and increase the interest and skills in STEM? Examples of innovative practices that involve various actors in the STEM School strategy? 1. 2. 3.
  14. 14. #STEMHLE19 STEM HIGH-LEVEL EVENT 2019 - FOSTERING INDUSTRY COOPERATION WITHIN STEM SCHOOL EDUCATION STRATEGIES Strengthening the STEM Community Executive Director, Óbidos Technological Park, Portugal Acting director of the Center for the Promotion of Science, Belgrade, Serbia STEM – ICT – Digital4Education, SCRIPT, Ministry of Education in Luxembourg Miguel Silvestre Dr Marko Krstić Sid Mysore Head of Technical College, Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology Mario Cardona

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