The European Commission has approved funding for two new projects that will work to increase the amount of high-quality content shared with Europeana - Europeana Sport and the Art of Reading in the Middle Ages (ARMA).
How do you engage students with the abstract concepts taught in STEM (science, tech, engineering, math) classes? By using Europeana Collections to create inspirational teaching resources! In this post we hear from Teddy Tablante from the Youtube channel Branch Education, whose videos on steam engines won this year’s Europeana STEM Challenge.
Meet the winner of our latest Europeana STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) Challenge invited educational vloggers, teachers and educational startups to submit video project ideas that show how you can bring cultural heritage to life in classrooms and beyond.
How do you bring cultural heritage to life - in classrooms and beyond? That is the questions we are posing to the 2019 Challenge candidates. Read about this online creative competition that connects creatives and educators. Share with your network or if you see if you can take on the project below. Submit your video project for a chance to share in the €20,000 funding reward.
We're delighted to announce that the winning project of the Europeana STEM Challenge 2019. The online competition invited educational vloggers, teachers and educational startups to submit video project ideas that show how you can bring cultural heritage to life in classrooms and beyond.
We have made a selection of content resources available to help your creative process. Have a look at the list below and, of course, feel free to explore Europeana Collections and our openly licensed curated datasets for more inspiration.