INSTEM 7th newsletter

In this newsletter we would like to give you an insight in strategies that have been proven successful to disseminate innovative ways of teaching and learning.

6th INSTEM newsletter

After three years of intensive work on collating project knowledge across a large variety of projects, establishing sustainable networks through national policy workshops and a large number of dissemination activities, we gathered important insights on how to support innovations in STEM education.

5th newsletter

This newsletter draws attention to the outcomes of the mascil conference held in mid-December 2014 which was a resounding success. More than 170 participants (practitioners and researchers) from 21 countries attended the mascil mid-term conference from 15-16 December 2014 at the University Duisburg-Essen, Germany. ...

4th INSTEM newsletter

A major goal of INSTEM is to ensure sustainable continuation of pro-ject activities and results. One way to achieve this is to inform about innovative teaching practices.This newsletter draws attention to ....

3rd INSTEM Conference

Innovative science teaching
The way forward?

INSTEM will be at....

...IOSTE, NARST conference, "New Perspectives on Science Education"...

3rd newsletter

Find out about national workshops in Austria, Italy, Romania, Ireland and Greece!

INSTEM will be at...

The next events where you will get the opportunity to speak with INSTEM representatives will be at Eduvision in Ljubliana and the Norwegian Teacher Education conference.

2nd INSTEM Conference

The second INSTEM conference was a three-day event that took place on March 25-27, 2014, in Halle (Saale), Germany. It was organized by the INSTEM partners at the Martin-Luther-University in Halle as well as the project coordinator, University of Education Freiburg, Germany.