Anatolia College Center for STEM Education in collaboration with the educational initiative STEMigrants.eu are co-organized the "STEAM for All" Contest, under the auspices of UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and invited teachers of Primary Education, teachers of the Reception Classes (ZEN) and the Reception Structures for Refugee Children Education (DYEP) of Primary Schools and teachers of non-formal education structures for refugee children (6-11 years old) by creating STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics) educational activities with their students.
The competition aims at engaging students in STEAM educational activities. While doing this, they will be able to develop skills such as creativity, collaboration and communication, as well as acquire scientific knowledge through games and hands-on experience.
All submitted activities were uploaded to the STEMigrants.eu repository, a website that promotes STEAM education in multicultural learning environments. This way, the repository will be enriched with activities already implemented in the classroom and, as they will be freely accessible to the entire educational community, other teachers will also have the chance to get new ideas for engaging their students in STEAM activities.
The format in which activities are submitted and presented aims to bypass the language barrier in multicultural school environments. For this reason, the implementation guidelines suggest the use of images and videos. You can find more information about the contest and see all the uploaded STEAM activities developed here http://users.sch.gr/lefkos/www.stemigrants.eu/