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ICSE

THE INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR STEM EDUCATION

ICSE (International Centre for STEM Education) is an internationally connected research centre that is located at the University of Education in Freiburg, Germany. The ultimate aim of ICSE is to help improve STEM education across Europe through practice-related research and its transfer into practice.

The work of ICSE and its partners focuses on the following six areas: inquiry based learning, connections to the world of work, real-life contexts, interdisciplinary STEM teaching, diversity in classrooms and gender aspects in STEM teaching.

In order to support an implementation of these elements in STEM teaching, three aspects are central to ICSE: practice-related research, working on the national as well as international level and cooperating with key actors from the field of STEM education.

#TogetherforScience

In times of crisis we have to stay together! Because of this, we decided to run a campaign, declaring why cooperation in science is crucial for the successful navigation of global challenges like the health crisis we are currently facing. Check out our  blog entry  to read about our thoughts and actions or click on the picture below to and join us in standing #togetherforscience !

This picture features the following nine ICSE partners from their respective countries (top left to bottom right): Katja Maaß (Germany), Ragnhild Lyngved Staberg (Norway), Michiel Doorman (Netherlands), Martin Bilek (Czech Republic), Josette Farrugia (Malta), Maria Evagorou (Cyprus), Stefan Zehetmeier (Austria), Marta Romero Ariza (Spain), Sona Ceretkova (Slovakia).

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