Video: SciFest@School 2023/2024

Video: SciFest@School 2023/2024

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A SciFest@School STEM Fair Encourages Students

• to take ownership of their work and to monitor their own personal progress
• to grow in confidence and develop their communication and presentation skills by exhibiting their work in a student-friendly environment
• who are sometimes reluctant learners in the classroom to become more positive about, and engaged in, their learning
• of all abilities and backgrounds to participate, lowering barriers and bringing the talents of diverse populations into the innovation pipeline
• to work collaboratively, to learn the value of diversity and to appreciate the value of cooperating to reach both collective and personal goals
• to engage in activities that link science, maths, engineering and technology to their everyday lives and to society
• to develop their skills in judging and discriminating between information types and sources and to develop strategies for organising information so that they can understand it and use it later

A SciFest@School STEM Fair

• raises the profile of STEM in a school
• showcases students’ work
• encourages collaboration within the STEM department
• encourages cross curricular collaboration
• builds awareness within the school and outside the
school of the exciting changes that are taking place in the teaching and learning of STEM
• creates valuable links with local industry
• creates opportunities for parents, retired teachers, local industry and past pupils to be more involved

22 2024
SciFest@School in Seamount College, Kinvara, Co. Galway
22 2024
SciFest@School in Malahide & Portmarnock ETSS, Swords Enterprise Park, Feltrim Road, Drinan, Swords
22 2024
SciFest@College in SETU Carlow
23 2024
SciFest@College in TUS Moylish
Michael D. Higgins, Patron of SciFest
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