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Malaysia STEM Update

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Design Trends Influencing STEM Education

By Emily Drinks

When it comes to STEM education, many teachers think about utilizing advanced technology and increasing online engagement. However, design trends influence the field in many subtle ways.

STEM education and hands-on learning

By Dan Mantz

The impact of remote learning on STEM education has revealed just how important STEM skills are for students, now and in the future

A unique opportunity to learn and connect with the EYFS market in China @BIEAeducation

By BIEA

The British International Education Association is proud to host its International Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Conference in China from Saturday, 25 July.Taking place in the virtual world, with the theme of “Integration & Enabling, Empowering every unique child”, this is the first conference with a focus on international EYFS implementation in China.

Moving a Summer Program to the Virtual World — While Closing the Digital Divide

By Danielle Rose and Zorel Zambrano

Teaching is the art of developing students to think critically for themselves and to work with others to create solutions and advocate for their ideas.

The importance of STEM in post-COVID-19 efforts in the Republic of Congo

By Amour-Freddy Bilombo Bazedimba

On March 28, the Republic of Congo's government took some radical measures to limit the spread of the new COVID-19 (coronavirus),

Nanoracks-Europe Spearheading DreamCoder™ 2.0, with European Space Agency Support

By Nanoracks

Nanoracks Space Outpost Europe (Nanoracks-Europe), based in Torino, Italy and Rina Consulting SpA - two innovative European space companies, are teaming with DreamUp, PBC to provide space-based educational opportunities to students in Italy impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, with fast-tracked funding support from the European Space Agency.

Which is more creative, the arts or the sciences?

By University of South Australia

Newswise — International expert in creativity and innovation, UniSA’s Professor David Cropley, is calling for Australian schools and universities to increase their emphasis on teaching creativity, as new research shows it is a core competency across all disciplines and critical for ensuring future job success.

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