Session 7B, STEM - UON



Basic Topics
  1. The didactic goal of teaching STEM Education for EDC/HRE.
  2. STEM Education for EDC/HRE. 
  3. Cultivating social justice through the teaching of STEM Education.
  4. Educational citizenship.
  5. Criteria for selecting texts for EDC/HRE.
  6. Designing the teaching intervention.
  7. Tools to be used in the teaching intervention.

The duration of the session is 9 hours (3 reading+3 learning+3 working/practicing)

  • To support students in developing a critical understanding of STEM Education.
  • To support students in developing an understanding of STEM Education modules to promote EDC/HRE.
  • To support students in recognising the characteristics of STEM Education to be used for EDC/HRE. 
  • To familiarise students with pertinent teaching strategies and practices to be used in order to promote EDC/HRE STEM Education modules.
Learning outcomes

The participants after completing the session they have learnt:

  1. Students will be able to critically analyse the meanings of STEM Education and their application in the teaching of STEM Education to promote EDC/HRE. 
  2. Students will be able to describe the selection criteria for texts to be used in STEM Education modules to promote EDC/HRE.
  3.  Students will be able to develop and implement effective teaching interventions, practices, and tools in the modules of STEM Education to promote EDC/HRE.
Outcomes and CDC
  • Values
    • Valuing cultural diversity
      • No 2.9 Expresses the view that the cultural diversity within a society should be positively valued and appreciated.
    • Valuing democracy, justice, fairness, equality and the rule of law
      • No 3.12. Argues that schools should teach students about democracy and how to act as a democratic citizen
  • Attitudes
    • Self-Efficacy
      • No 8.44 Expresses a belief in his/her own ability to understand issues.
    • Respect
      • No 5.27 Gives space to others to express themselves.
    • Tolerance of ambiguity
      • No 9.53 Deals with uncertainty in a positive and constructive manner
    • Autonomous Learning skills
      • No 10.58 Shows ability to identify resources for learning (e.g. people, books, internet)
  • Skills
    • Analytical and critical thinking skills
      • No 11.68 Can identify any discrepancies or inconsistencies or divergences in materials being analysed.


A series of resources that the student teacher must study in this session and a series of additional resources for further study.

A full paper and additional e-lessons on the topics of the session and additional interactive presentation of the materials, for the student teachers to study all the materials in a row.

A series of authentic, up to date and relevant activities with their accompanying materials, which deliver the intended learning outcomes of the session and are carried out face to face or E-learning with groups of student teachers.

Several types of questions to evaluate how much the student teachers have learned throughout the session (reading material, learning material and workshop).