Below we share our thoughts on pedagogy and inquiry-based STEM learning. Join us in investigating questions like: How can I provide good mathematical learning when my own experience of the subject in school was so negative?

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Gender-irrelevant education

How can we overcome gender bias in early childhood and work towards achieving gender parity in university subject selection?

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Bee bee-friendly

In this short interview, Anne Schneider, tells us about her love for bees and how education and care services can provide a bee-friendly environment.

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Satellites: Help from space

Satellites not only serve very practical purposes but also satisfy our curiosity about the universe. We wouldn’t know as much about space without astronomical satellites like the Hubble Space Telescope and the other research satellites out there.

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Maths myths

50% of participants have negative associations with this STEM subject and are, as a result, convinced that they are not capable of engaging children in mathematics. How are we supposed to kindle joy of mathematics if we break out in cold sweats thinking about equations and formulas?

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Clean up the mess

Impactful early experiences help to shape our personality and create personal life-long values. Cleaning your local stream, building a water purification system or investigating other ways to protect our environment in a child-led way, could be the spark to ignite the passion for sustainability.

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Silence is golden

Find a cosy place to sit with the children and ask everyone to close their eyes. What can they hear? You will be surprised how many sounds the children notice when everybody is quiet. For many children, this might be the first time they consciously absorb the sounds around them…

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