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EPI•STEM POLICY FORUM [open invitation to UL faculty]

EPI•STEM POLICY FORUM [open invitation to UL faculty] RE: NCCA specs for Senior Cycle Physics, Chemistry & Biology on-line: Tuesday, 13th February 2024 from 10am to 11.00am Click here for further information  

PUBLIC SEMINAR: Thursday 15 February 2024 at 4.30pm

Title of Talk: Ecopedagogies for Socio-Environmental Justice and Planetary Sustainability By Ass. Prof. Greg William Misiaszek, Beijing Normal University & Ass. Director Paulo Freire Institute, University of California, LA. Time of Talk: 4.30 pm to 6.00 pm Venue: Room A1065 EPI•STEM National Centre for STEM Education, School of Education, University of Limerick Click here for details of this talk

“Real Science” in School Science? With Prof Luke O’Neill, Prof Geraldine Mooney Simmie and Dr Regina Kelly

Science teachers are required to embed authentic science experiences in school. On Friday 24th November 2023, Professor Geraldine Mooney Simmie and Professor Luke O'Neill engaged in an online conversation that discussed (i) how science works; (ii) carrying out investigations; (iii) communicating in science; and (iv) developing an appreciation of the role and contribution of science and scientists to society. View Continue Reading

“Real Science” in School Science? Prof Luke O’Neill, Prof Geraldine Mooney Simmie and Dr Regina Kelly

EPI∙STEM The National Centre for STEM Education Invite you to an on-line talk: "Real Science" in School Science? Prof Luke O'Neill, Prof Geraldine Mooney Simmie and Dr Regina Kelly Friday 24th 3.00 pm on MS Teams Click here to join the meeting   Science teachers are required to embed authentic science experiences in school. Professor Geraldine Mooney Simmie and Professor Continue Reading

STEM Education Faculty Introduction to STInt

STEM Education Faculty Introduction to STiNT.mp4 (sharepoint.com)

NEW BOOK: Transforming Your Teaching: An E-guide to Support Educators in Enhancing Student Learning Outcomes

This book is a collaborative project with STEM educators from Ireland, Germany and Sweden. The authors represent a wide variety of practitioners from a variety of STEM backgrounds. It has been designed to be accessible and practical with a focus on educators who have a formal background in the STEM disciplines and are responsible for teaching. The guide provides a Continue Reading

STE(A)M Education & Democracy

MAKING A DIFFERENCE TO HUMANITY AND THE PLANET   Professor Geraldine Mooney Simmie | Interrupting the Discourse | 02 October 2023   Where Do I Begin I have a great interest in the discursive power of EDUCTION in general, and STE(A)M EDUCATION in particular, to influence with honor and to make a lasting emancipatory difference to people’s lives in what Continue Reading

NETWORKING EVENT WITH LOCAL ENTERPRISE

EPI∙STEM UL IN ASSOCIATION WITH CASTeL DCU WILL HOST A JOINT NETWORKING EVENT WITH LOCAL ENTERPRISE  When: Tuesday 13th June 2023 from 4pm—5.30pm Location: EPI∙STEM,  Room A1065, Main Building

Attention Science Teachers

Attention Science Teachers, click here for more details

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