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School Events: industry - education collaboration
Industry-
education
collaboration
Innovative
STEM teaching
STEM Skilled
workforce
Enhance
partnerships
at national
level
A...
www.europeanschoolnet.org
Pros & Cons???
www.europeanschoolnet.org
Specific standards
• Marketing and branding
• Respect for property and confidential
information
...
www.europeanschoolnet.org
Guidelines for visits to schools
• The “industry ambassador” as a role model
• Avoid personal re...
www.europeanschoolnet.org
• Why are you visiting?
• Are you all fully prepared?
• What is the role of the organisation
you...
Time to work!
http://www.ingenious-science.eu/web/guest/ingenious-code
Thank you for your attention
Enrique Martin
enrique.martin@eun.org
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#SPW13 - School events: industry - education collaboration - workshop by the STEM Alliance

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The 13th Science Projects Workshop in the Future Classroom Lab, organised by Scientix, in collaboration with the STEM Alliance and OPENSKIMR took place in Brussels in October 2016, from Friday 14 (starting time: 19:30) to Sunday 16 (end ~14h).

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#SPW13 - School events: industry - education collaboration - workshop by the STEM Alliance

  1. 1. School Events: industry - education collaboration
  2. 2. Industry- education collaboration Innovative STEM teaching STEM Skilled workforce Enhance partnerships at national level Attractiveness & importance of STEM jobs Promote & scale-up existing initiatives STEM Alliance Strategic goals
  3. 3. www.europeanschoolnet.org Pros & Cons???
  4. 4. www.europeanschoolnet.org Specific standards • Marketing and branding • Respect for property and confidential information • Data protection and privacy • Ensuring a safe environment • Dealing with "breaches" of the code
  5. 5. www.europeanschoolnet.org Guidelines for visits to schools • The “industry ambassador” as a role model • Avoid personal relationships • Never alone with kids • Limit contact with children to the planned activity • No drugs or alcohol • Never seek financial gain • No personal data beyond the minimum • Report any conflict of interest Benefits for schools:
  6. 6. www.europeanschoolnet.org • Why are you visiting? • Are you all fully prepared? • What is the role of the organisation you’re visiting? Questions for teachers to ask before you start: Guidelines for visits to industry
  7. 7. Time to work!
  8. 8. http://www.ingenious-science.eu/web/guest/ingenious-code
  9. 9. Thank you for your attention Enrique Martin enrique.martin@eun.org

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