Intellectual Outputs

Intellectual output #1

Policy envisions and requirements for STEM teachers' competence development: State of affairs in 4 EU countries.

This document comprises of four national reports (in English) and provides insights in terms of policy envisions and requirements for STEM teachers competences in Greece, the Netherlands, Bulgaria and Spain. Each national report is accompanied with a concise "key-messages" document (both in English and in the respective country's language), for dissemination purposes.

Key messages documents on STEM teachers competence development in GREECE, NETHERLANDS, BULGARIA, SPAIN

 Position of the European Parents’ Association (EPA) on policy envisions & requirement for STEM teachers’ competence development in Greece, the Netherlands, Bulgaria & Spain.

Intellectual output #2

Context-based indicators for evaluation STEM teachers' competence development

IO2 documents the processes and outcomes of the synthesis of the national reports of IO1 and their mapping into EU policy envisions relating teachers’ competence development (EC, 2015). The scope of analysis/mapping is to identify and propose indicators for evaluating impact of initiatives for STEM teachers’ competence development.

Intellectual output #3

Systemic opportunities and challenges for STEM teachers' competence development in 4 EU national contexts.

This output documents systemic opportunities and challenges to implement initiatives for STEM teachers' competence development in Greece, the Netherlands, Bulgaria and Spain. The document comprises of 4 national reports (in English), informed by the outcomes of the communication and negotiation process among policy makers, policy mediators and practitioners in each country (multiplier events 1, 2 3 and 4). Each national report is accompanied with a concise "key-messages" document (both in English and in the respective country's language), for dissemination purposes.

Intellectual output #4

Sample digital scenarios for STEM teachers' competence development via inquiry methodology.

Eight digital scenarios per participant country in the respective language (Greece, the Netherlands, Bulgaria and Spain) under inquiry methodology are presented to be used in teachers' professional learning activities. Scenarios are structured in the weSPOT inquiry platform. For each country, 3 scenarios will be on general teaching learning thematic, 3 scenarios on STEM related issues and 2 scenarios on teachers/parents relating issues. Scenarios cover the spectrum of structured to open inquiries. A brochure with an outline of the scenarios is also produced for dissemination purposed in each respective language.

Intellectual output #6

Handbook with guidelines for STEM teachers' inquiry and reflective practice.

This document aims to support teachers changing practice towards competence development. It provides guidelines for good practice towards developing knowledge, skills and attitudes for effective STEM teaching. It also provides guidelines for effective participation in the professional learning community for exchanging and communicating well practice. The document (in English) is accompanied with a concise "key-messages" document (both in English and in the 4 country's language), for dissemination purposes.

Intellectual output #8

Evaluation and validation report of the ELITe's learning in teaching approach via e-inquiries.

This report documents the process and outcomes of the evaluation of the projects' learning in teaching approach via e-inquiries.

Intellectual output #9

Framework for STEM teachers' competence development under an inquiry approach.

This document presents the framework or STEM teachers' competence development under an inquiry approach for informing policy and curriculum design for STEM secondary teachers' continuous professional development.

Intellectual output #10

Recommendations for policy and policy making towards a new model for STEM professional learning (M33-M36.

This document propose recommendations for policy and policy making, informed by outcomes from the negotiation process with policy makers and policy mediators (multipliers events E5, E6, E7, E8). The document (in English) is accompanied with a concise "key-messages" document (both in English and in the 4 country's language) , for exploitation purposes.

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