T³ Europe Virtual Sharing Inspiration Conference

Four online conferences and monthly webinars

As a STEM teacher would you like to share information, learn from, and engage with other teachers in an international environment? Join our T³ Europe Virtual Sharing Inspiration Conference!
In 2021, the biennial conference Sharing Inspiration will go virtual. This means the conference will for the first time be open to all European STEM teachers that wish to learn and exchange on STEM Education topics! What is new is that Sharing Inspiration offers year-round activities for teachers, such as quarterly conferences and monthly webinars.

Quarterly conference topics
January 21 - Applying Research in STEM Classrooms Concretely
April 22 - STEM Education for a Sustainable World
September 16 - Computational Thinking and Coding in the Classroom
November 18 - Energy – The Elephant in the Room

Sharing Inspiration since 2007
Many teachers from different European countries involved in the T³ Europe network have been meeting every second year since 2007 in the ‘Sharing Inspiration’-conference. Every year teachers were invited to take part in the conference. Now that the conference will be held online we invite all STEM teachers to participate in Sharing Inspiration. “The added value is that you learn from each other and that you make international contacts,” according to one of the participants.

Conference Program April 22

STEM Education for a Sustainable World

16h00 - 19h00

No doubt, education for a purpose beyond exams is more motivating for students than traditional teaching methods. Students are concerned equally about the future of our planet, of our society and our economy. Education for Sustainable Development is just about that.

This Sharing Inspiration conference aims to share activities and concepts which have been designed to bring Education for Sustainability in every Math, Science or STEM classroom.

On top we will learn about the European Green Deal Agenda and its implications for the European Education Area.

Key notes by:

  • Peter Balyta (opening)
  • Dr. Vladimir Garkov (on EU Policy)
  • Christine Buerki (inner conflicts of the SDG concept)

Presentations of classroom materials and activities:

  • Alexandre Gomes
  • Hans-Martin Hilbig & Veit Berger
  • Cathy Baars
  • Alexandre Técher

Have a look at the bios of all presenters!

Join us and contribute to Engaging STEM Education for all European students!

You can register here
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Upcoming sessions:

  •  April 22 - STEM Education for a Sustainable World
  • September 16 - Computational Thinking and Coding in the Classroom
  • November 18 - Energy – The Elephant in the Room