Nationally recognised hub for research, policy and leadership in STEM teaching and learning.
Epi•Stem National Centre has established a research base, an impressive suite of programmes, projects and collaborations, and a solid foundation for the implementation of medium to long-term strategies to address national priorities in STEM teaching and learning
- EPI•STEM POLICY FORUM [open invitation to UL faculty] RE: NCCA...
- Title of Talk: Ecopedagogies for Socio-Environmental Justice and Planetary Sustainability...
“Real Science” in School Science? With Prof Luke O’Neill, Prof Geraldine Mooney Simmie and Dr Regina KellyScience teachers are required to embed authentic science experiences in...
The Centre is committed to and guided by an approach that:
- attributes particular value to the development of strong subject-matter knowledge as a basis for strong pedagogical knowledge and practice in the STEM,
- attaches importance to promoting practice that is informed by research,
- seeks to maximise contribution through collaborations and networks.