1h4 Girls in STEM - A series of GEM Network online events - Part V
Prof. Dr. Lucy Avraamidou among other outlined, how gender differences are created and presented findings, showing current knowledge gap when it comes to other types of identity intersections, for example, ethnic identity, religious identity, social class, disability, and motherhood.
1h4 Girls in STEM - A series of GEM Network online events - Part IV
The workshop offered an opportunity to reflect on the successful ideas and strategies for vocational orientation for young women with the focus on their migration background. An online tool for reflection on self-concept and abilities for career in natural sciences wasdiscussed, coaching strategies for teachers, educators from in-formal/non-formal education offers as well as a card game for parents and their daughters was presented.
1h4 Girls in STEM - A series of GEM Network online events - Part III
This session provides insights on experiences from summer schools for girls that were organized on common principles across Europe. These summer schools offered the participants the opportunity to enjoy STEM in an inclusive and supportive educational environment, working jointly on a variety of STEM projects.
1h4 Girls in STEM - A series of GEM Network online events - Part II
This time’s workshop is on gender-sensitive didactics in STEM education – scientific findings and practice strategies.
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1h4 Girls in STEM - A series of GEM Network online events - Part I
During this online meeting we will be introduced into our own identities and perceptions which lead to stereotypes in STEM. You will be stunned when questioning your own perceptions and how this affects your teaching!
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GEM Network Session
During this online event participants discussed best practices in Europe regarding women in STEM and digital studies and careers, and how out-of-school STEM activties become a success. If you are interested in the results from the event, contact othe session leader Elena Köck.
GEM Network Kick off Meeting
The first GEM Network Meeting covered the intention and measures of the GEM project, some background knowledge around the current situation of gender (in-)equality in ICT and STEM, the Horizon Europe attempt to change it and the societal environment and how it carves the path for professional careers of girls through socialization (usually towards traditionally female coined careers). Finally, the participants talked about positive examples of practices that do work in inspiring girls AND realistically supporting them on their way towards ICT/STEM careers.
1 Girl Empowerment in Slovakia
2 Where science meets family and family empowers science
3 Understanding Gender Equality
4 Welcome. GEM Network and the GEM Project