The April poll results are here!


Last month’s poll question was about participating in this year’s STEM Discovery Campaign – SDC20. Here are the results:


In an attempt to preserve the continuity of the SDC20, the STEM School Label and Scientix identified a range of solutions to support collaboration, professional development and the online safety of teachers and their students. This poll investigated thus not only the competition itself but also the ability to adapt to unexpected situations.

According to the results in the graph below, 17% of the respondents participated in the competition by creating an account on the STEM School Label platform and submitting a Case Study on behalf of their school.

The majority of respondents partaking in the competition (69%) organised an (online) event related to one of the STEM School Label criteria and submitted a School Practice Evidence via the platform. This is perhaps due to the fact that many events were organised prior to the current emergency.

Lastly, 14% of the participants stated they took part in the competition by showing their new STEM School Label achieved during the competition period, which is data published already in the Spring Newsletter.  

In May, we want to know How long did it take your school to obtain a STEM School Label (starting from registration to the portal)? Remember: responding to the poll questions will get you 0.2 extra points in your total score!

Read more on what is included in this STEM School Key Element in the criteria section, go through the checklists and vote for the latest poll question on the Collaborate page!

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