• Survey shows online teaching here to stay in new school year

    Posted 08/03/2020 by Sonia Reis (@soniaraquelreis)

    The shift to online education creates new requirements and European teachers point out various things that could help to improve online teaching. For example, 55% of teachers said they need better IT equipment and 50% said they require software solutions. Some 47% said they would like training to learn or improve their online teaching skills. It was clear too from several open questions that teachers would like more online teaching materials, videos and ready-made activities to share with their students.

  • Find a Murderer With TI-Nspire™ CX Technology

    Posted 11/22/2019 by Edith Vos (@edithvos)

    “Famous music producer Jonathan Wallace was found killed in his bathtub. The only clue at the crime scene was a set of muddy footprints leading from the nearby window to the bathroom.” This is a description of one of the tasks of “Forensics With TI-Nspire™ CX Technology” based on forensic science experiments.

  • Girls in Space: Let’s Take Off!

    Posted 09/23/2019 by Sonia Reis (@soniaraquelreis)

    “I pretty much always wanted to be an astronaut. When I was 8 years old, I was fascinated by looking at the stars,” said Insa Thiele-Eich PhD. She is one of two German female astronauts that will be the first to travel to the International Space Station (ISS) by 2020. Thiele-Eich inspired an audience of maths and science teachers from 20 countries at the conference Sharing Inspiration 2019.

  • True Integration of STEM During Dutch-Portuguese Student Exchange

    Posted 04/23/2019 by Carlos Coelho (@coelhocarlosTI)

    As a participant of the T³ Sharing Inspiration 2017 event, Portuguese teacher Raúl Aparício Gonçalves got inspired by the demonstrations of Rover. He decided to develop an international project for his students. In 2018, this led to the exchange between 30 students of the Dutch CSG Liudger and Portuguese Ermesinde High School. “It was great to interact with different cultures and school practices,” said one of the students. “This was an interactive project where we shared knowledge.”

  • STEM Teachers Are True Superheroes at Sharing Inspiration 2019 Conference

    Posted 03/31/2019 by Stephan Griebel (@sjgriebel)

    More than 110 maths and science teachers from 20 countries gathered in Brussels for the conference Sharing Inspiration on the last weekend of March 2019. According to participant Wesley Keldermans, mathematics teacher, “The added value is that you learn from each other and that you make international contacts.”