Innovating in Education for a Better Future
Active participation in relevant international institutions and projects in the field of education and development.
Outreach and non-formal education activities, because scientific literacy is essential for understanding our role in the future of our planet.
Participation in projects for development, because education is the key to personal, social, and economic development.
NUCLIO coordinates several international initiatives
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CliC-PoLiT Summer School 2023
Dates: 4-8 September 2023
Venue: Alqueva Lake Observatory, Monsaraz, Portugal
Develop hands-on activities, discuss concepts on climate change, urban sustainability and light pollution monitoring and mitigation, at the heart of the Alqueva Dark Sky Reserve.
Apply for ESIA Training Courses 2023
Registration is open for the 2023 Training Courses of the European School Innovation Academy’s (ESIA), a partner of NUCLIO.
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D.O.M.E Summer School 2023
Dates: 9-14 July 2023
Local: Marathon, Greece
The course will introduce teachers to the creation of DIY cardboard planetaria, their pedagogical relevance, and will provide a toolkit to support the authoring of planetarium shows for their students.
Learning from the Extremes: A Rural Schools Innovation Roadmap
Dates: 2-7 July 2023
Venue: Marathon, Greece
Organised in the framework of teacher training activities of ESIA.
This course will present how rural schools can become hubs of learning and innovation in their communities.
NUCLIO signs a protocol with the Portuguese National Council of Education within the framework of the DICA project
It was with great honour that NUCLIO signed a collaboration protocol with the Portuguese CNE, within the scope of the DICA project (Disseminate, Innovate, Collaborate, Learn).
inSTEAM: an example of good practices of Erasmus+ projects
The inSTEAM project has been selected as an example of good practices of Erasmus+ projects by the Spanish webpage SEPIE, the portal of the Spanish Service for the internationalization of Education!
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