Next-Lab is proud to reveal the winners of the STEM Discovery Week 2019 competition. The winners submitted their Go-Lab school implementation stories and were selected to participate in the 30th Science Projects Workshops at European Schoolnet. Read more about the competition and the winners...
Time for some updates! Learn more about the latest project news and the new and updated apps!
Go-Lab Winter School 2019 in Cascais was a great success! Teacher Training Institutes from across Europe were invited to share their Go-Lab experiences and learn more about its implementation.
The Next-Lab project has been nominated to the Delina Award in the category “Early childhood education and school” and won the third prize. The award ceremony took place on January 30th, 2019 at the LEARNTECH fair in Karlsruhe, Germany.
Thanks to teachers and Go-Lab users, our Repository Golabz currently counts more than 900 Inquiry Learning Spaces (ILSs).
Dear Go-Lab teachers, The end of the year is approaching and it is time for a well-deserved break. It is also the time to look back to the past year and also look forward to the coming year.
This year, Next-Lab participated in the STEM Discovery Week 2018 with a very hands-on competition, meant to reward the best class implementation of the Go-Lab Inquiry Learning Spaces (ILSs)! The Next-Lab team congratulates all the winners and invites them to the Go-Lab Summer School!
The Next-Lab project co-organised the 25th Science Projects Workshop (SPW25) together with the Europeana DSI-4 project. It was a fun and productive event with great insights and presentations from our dedicated ambassadors.
This is a special Newsletter edition tackling Go-Lab Summer Schools 2019 and the funding opportunities available, including Erasmus+ KA1, which the Go-Lab Team is happy to support you with.
Are you a STEM teacher working in secondary or primary education? Are you planning to integrate ICT in your inquiry-based STEM classes? Would you like to learn more about how to use online labs and apps effectively in your science lessons?