Innovation in STEM Education
The goal of this community is to be the missing link between STEM teachers and educational professionals by creating opportunities for collaboration, an environment to share knowledge, and stimulating better quality of education for all students.
Although STEM professions play an important role in our technological era, many STEM teachers find it difficult to teach their courses full of content and skills and at the same time think about inclusiveness, diversity, and equality in their classroom. Furthermore, STEM courses often require more specific tools than other courses.
This Community of Practice links the applicability of the different teaching innovations to the field of “Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics”.
Oksana Kavatsyuk - Community of Practice Leader
Dr. Oksana Kavatsyuk is a lecturer at the UCG, implementing educational innovations in all courses she is teaching (physics and mathematics courses). In 2020 she received the Comenius Teacher Fellow scholarship for her project: “Gender inclusive education in the mathematics classroom” and in 2022 the Comenius Senior Fellow for “Let’s WeBWork together: collaboration between faculty and students for successful blended/hybrid learning”. At the TAG her special attention will go to the topics of inclusiveness and new ways of teaching in (science) education: online, hybrid, and live.
Meet Oksana Kavatsyuk and learn more about the goals of the Community of Practice Teaching Innovation in STEM Education.
Watch the video
Discover the key findings of the current research on Open Educational resources (OER).
Read the White Paper
More information & participation
Do you have a question or would you like to actively participate in this community?
Please contact community leader, Oksana Kavatsyuk, through o.kavatsyuk rug.nl.
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