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12 Inspiring STEM Books for Girls. You’ll find recommendations for lower elementary, upper elementary, middle school, and high school.

12 Inspiring STEM Books for Girls

For each book, we list the appropriate grade levels, and the Lexile measure when possible. Kindergarten to Grade 3 Rosie Revere, Engineer Andrea Beaty’s New York Times best-selling picture book explores growth mindset, perseverance, and failure. Rosie Revere wants to create a contraption that flies, but it only hovers. Learning teachers - The impact of project-based international partnerships on the professional development of teachers - Tempus Közalapítvány. The professional experiences teachers gained during international cooperation projects should become part of the school’s everyday life.

Learning teachers - The impact of project-based international partnerships on the professional development of teachers - Tempus Közalapítvány

How does it look like from the point of view of school leaders? The social and labour market challenges of the 21st century require dramatically different learning and teaching practices from the players of education. Children need to acquire new competences, to which teaching practices must adapt to, as well. Another challenge which teachers face is that they need to respond to the requirements of the changing professional and social environment much faster, which also requires them to adapt constantly, both in terms of methodology and their specific fields.

Consequently, constant self-development has gained much more significance. STEM 2026 Vision for Innovation September 2016. STEM 2026: A Vision for Innovation in STEM Education. A strong science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education is becoming increasingly recognized as a key driver of opportunity, and data show the need for STEM knowledge and skills will grow and continue into the future.

STEM 2026: A Vision for Innovation in STEM Education

This report summarizes the results of discussion-based workshops where 30 experts and thought leaders in STEM teaching and learning were invited to exchange ideas and develop recommendations for the future of STEM education, an aspirational vision—“STEM 2026”—for STEM education to promote lifelong learning among all youth and in all communities. Graduates who have practical and relevant STEM precepts embedded into their educational experiences will be in high demand in all job sectors. 6 Ways of Building the STEM Education Path for Tomorrow's Classrooms. As teachers, doing what we can now to blaze the trail for STEM education in the future will benefit our students and the world immeasurably.

6 Ways of Building the STEM Education Path for Tomorrow's Classrooms

What benefits our students ultimately benefits both the present they are experiencing and the future they will inherit. (It’s great when everybody wins.) This sentiment is echoed by eSchool News’s Laura Devaney in her article entitled 6 Ways to Bolster STEM Education for the Future. "Mancano pari opportunità", ecco perché le ragazze non scelgono la scienza. 5 Ways to Bridge the Gender Gap in STEM. Keep the Celebration, and Encouragement, Going Year Round With These Ideas Last week, we celebrated International Women’s Day, and March is Women’s History Month.

5 Ways to Bridge the Gender Gap in STEM

The digital talent gap27 09 0. Edutopia. With so many classroom research studies published daily, you can be forgiven for missing some.


The techniques below are super-tactical and, for the most part, unsung strategies that you’ll be excited to try tomorrow. Just remember two things. First, there are always limitations and nuances in research, so we suggest you click the links and dig deeper into the studies. Second, studies are just words without you—your application and adaptations give them power. Research on Engaging Students 1. 2. 3. Studying Tips to Give Students Tomorrow 4. Ragazze 100 e lode, faranno medici o ingegneri – Orizzonte Scuola. #vto51. Imagine the most extreme stereotypes about computer scientists: They're socially awkward indoor kids.


They have an obsessive focus on technology and a closet full of rumpled hoodies. They're male. Cultural perceptions about who is a computer scientist — or an engineer or a physicist — are a big reason why women are still underrepresented in certain science, engineering, technology and mathematics (STEM) fields, according to researchers at the University of Washington in Seattle. "The assumptions about what it takes to be a good computer scientist or engineer are very narrow," said Sapna Cheryan, a UW psychology professor and lead author of a study published this week in the journal Psychological Bulletin. Women‘s Colleges and the STEM Gender Gap – Association for Psychological Science. Smith College gave me the opportunity to attend the University of Geneva, Switzerland, as a 20-year-old and study with Jean Piaget, Barbel Inhelder, and Hermine Sinclair — an incredible introduction to the field of psychology, which got me hooked.

Women‘s Colleges and the STEM Gender Gap – Association for Psychological Science

245717E. 245717E. Closing the STEM gender gap: An opportunity and imperative. When you think ‘engineer’, who comes to mind?

Closing the STEM gender gap: An opportunity and imperative

When you think ‘scientist’, what are they wearing? When you hear ‘tech entrepreneur’, what are they doing? If you had images of men, white lab coats and geeks writing code, you’re not alone. In fact most people have well entrenched stereotypes when they think of people in STEM careers (science, technology, engineering and maths.) These stereotypes help to explain the underrepresentation of women in STEM. In my work supporting women in leadership I constantly see female potential being left on the table, but nowhere more so than in STEM. Given the current numbers and glacial pace of change to date, we’re decades from true gender parity in many developed western countries like Australia and the US. Which begs the question: What can be done? And there in lies a PhD or ten, far more words than this article allows. 1. 2. Greater integration of women into faculty ranks will encourage more women to pursue STEM careers themselves. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

International Day of Women and Girls in Science - Logo. International Day of Women and Girls in Science - Logo. FWIS: For Women in Science Programme. Titled. Gender equality has always been a core issue for the United Nations.


Gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls will make a crucial contribution not only to economic development of the world, but to progress across all the goals and targets of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development as well. Giornata Internazionale per le donne e le ragazze nella scienza (11 Febbraio) Europeanisation. Publisher:EU-Fundraising Association e.V.Hohenzollerndamm 15214199 BerlinGermany Phone: +49 (0)30 – 609 857 120Fax: +49 (0)30 – 609 857 121Email: Value Added Tax (VAT) Identification Number: DE278427452 Registration in the Register of Associations.Registry Court: Amtsgericht München, Registry number: VR 203591 Represented by and responsible for content in accordance with § 55 II RStV:Heike Kraack-Tichy, Chief Executive, contactable via the address for the EU-Fundraising Association e.V. - Home page. 8 marzo, iniziativa “Le studentesse contano” e Il Mese delle STEM.