Teachers struggle with lack of time, excess of curricula and often, isolation. Four European initiatives have helped change this through mainly professional development and collaboration. From Life Science specific cases like “Amgen Teach”, to broader STEM initiatives like “Scientix” and the “STEM Alliance”, which cater to all Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) teachers, and finally to all disciplines: “eTwinning” and the “School European Gateway”. During this talk, I will present briefly all 5 initiatives, will highlight their key aspects and impact achieved.
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