re:learn Virtual STEM Hub 2020 for Schools and STEM Teachers: re:learn is now accepting applications from schools and STEM teachers in Nigeria and Kenya for its 2020 Virtual STEM Hub. The deadline for the submission of applications for the re:learn Virtual STEM Hub is 18th June, 2020.
The Virtual STEM Hub is a re:learn intervention in response to the Stay at Home directive issued by the Government to schools following the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Virtual STEM Hub will provide Professional Development Courses for Inservice Teachers to support virtual learning with their students.
About re:learn Virtual STEM Hub.
With the advent of the novel Corona Virus and the resultant shutting down of schools due to its spread, it became pertinent to ensure that learning continued for the students despite having to stay at home. Their innovative use of digital labs which are game-like tools that simulate science concepts, helping students interact with abstract and theoretical learnings in a fun and interactive way, became the foundation for creating a Virtual Hub that would provide STEM teachers with resources and content such as the digital labs and ensure that learning continues at home.
The Virtual STEM Hub is designed to provide digital resources and support for schools and STEM teachers to engage their students remotely. The topics covered are aligned with the National Curriculum.
re:learn Virtual STEM Hub Eligibility.
- Open to STEM Teachers (Physics, Chemistry, Biology)
- Applicants must reside in Nigeria and Kenya
re:learn Virtual STEM Hub Benefits.
- All expense paid scholarship at the Tai Solarin University of Education, Nigeria.
- Internship at iHUB Kenya
- Internship at CcHUB Nigeria
- Opportunity to participate in teacher training exchange programs across the continent.
How to Apply re:learn Virtual STEM Hub.
Interested candidates who meet the criteria listed above should apply by clicking on the “Apply” button below:
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