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Sharing Inspiration 2019 ...for Policy Maker

Publisher: T³ Europe

Topic:  STEM

Tags: STEM, T3, Sharing Inspiration 2019

Collection of materials and presentations shared and discussed at the Policy Maker's day of the conference Sharing Inspiration 2019 - The Power of Realization.

Forensic science

Author: Cathy Baars

Topic:  Other, STEM

Tags: Material to order, Sharing Inspiration 2019

Materials used during Sharing Inspiration 2019 about Forensic science

Experiments in Biology Lessons

Author: Hans-Ulrich Lampe

Topic:  Biology

Tags: Sharing Inspiration 2019

Activities of BiuTi – T³ Germany Biology: Some biology experiments using the TI-Nspire Technology and the Vernier Sensors to provide an insight into the activities of the German T³- Biology…

Closing remarks Sharing Inspiration 2019

Author: Ian Galloway

Topic:  Other

Tags: Equations, Sharing Inspiration 2019

Closing remarks bringing to an end 4 days of intense discussion and debate. One day spent at the Jacques Delors building with policy makers and the next three with educators in the Crowne…

The T³ content database - Workshop at Sharing Inspiration 2019

Author: Christof Deiwiks

Tags: Sharing Inspiration 2019

Take a closer look at the T³ content database and learn how you can distribute your own material.

From the first steps with Rover to autonomous driving (parallel parking)

Author: Ralph Huste, Hubert Langlotz

Topic:  STEM, Computer Science

Tags: Sharing Inspiration 2019

Starting with simple commands to let the Rover move we will try to show how a simple
model of autonomous driving can be realized.

Basic competencies in mathematics education (in Germany)

Author: Hubert Langlotz

Topic:  Mathematics

Tags: Sharing Inspiration 2019

Overview of the mathematical educational landscape in Germany

Walk of the drunk Rover

Author: Yvan Haine, Michelle Solhosse

Topic:  Mathematics

Tags: Sharing Inspiration 2019

A drunkard walks on the pavement in a straight line to return home.
Completely drunk, he does not control his progress and he could as
easily take a step forward as a step backward.

The development of concepts by using prefabricated applets

Author: Gertrud Aumayr, Helmut Heugl

Topic:  Mathematics

Tags: Sharing Inspiration 2019

An important phase of learning mathematics is the realization of concepts. The learning process usually proceeds in two phases: The experimental phase and the exactifying phase.

Common Framework of Reference for the Natural Sciences (Minimum Standards)

Author: Jürgen Langlet

Topic:  STEM

Tags: Sharing Inspiration 2019

Education in natural sciences is, just like music, literature etc., part of general education: cultural assets of humanity!

Changing the face of STEM education

Publisher: T³ USA

Author: Jessica Kohout, Kevin Spry

Topic:  STEM

Tags: Sharing Inspiration 2019

Careers in STEM fields continue to be in high demand. In order to ensure we meet those needs we require a diverse field of students to be studying STEM.

Next generation science standards - 3 dimensional learning

Publisher: T³ USA

Author: Jessica Kohout, Kevin Spry

Topic:  STEM

Tags: Sharing Inspiration 2019

Within the United States, the national science curriculum has recently introduced a framework for science learning in the classrooms.

Promoting Productive Struggle that leads to Understanding

Publisher: T³ USA

Author: Jessica Kohout, Kevin Spry

Topic:  Mathematics

Tags: Sharing Inspiration 2019

STEM projects by their very nature involve struggle through the design and implementation of solutions to problems.

Who is drowning in our trash?

Publisher: T³ USA

Author: Jessica Kohout, Kevin Spry

Topic:  Biology, STEM

Tags: Sharing Inspiration 2019

The global real-world issue of human-generated trash, polluting local bodies of water, is the main focus of this hands-on session.

How can physics and maths help each other?

Publisher: T³ Nederland

Author: Cathy Baars

Topic:  Mathematics, Physics

Tags: Sharing Inspiration 2019

In my school there is no collaboration between maths and physics teachers. I think that is a pity because both subjects can benefit from each other.