Science teachers are invited to join the STENCIL Network (Science Teaching European Network for Creativity & Innovation in Learning) and to present a science related project to colleagues from all over Europe.
The STENCIL Network includes 21 members from 9 European countries including Malta. The network aims to:
• identify and promote innovative practices in science teaching
• bring together science education practitioners to share different experiences
• disseminate resources and outcomes resulting from previous EU funded projects, partly through the STENCIL web portal and national communities as well as through national and international dissemination events
• provide educational authorities and policy makers with guidelines for innovation in science education in different European countries
The STENCIL 2nd call edition is currently open. The applications remain open till 1st June 2013. The call will award two categories of projects: those carried out by teachers and schools at any level and those held by other kinds of organisations (research centres, museums etc.) For each category two projects will be awarded.
Science teachers interested to seek further information can access the website www.stencilscience.eu and/or write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the national partner representative namely Ms Roberta Barbara from AcrossLimits (Malta) by sending an email on email@example.com.