How can we shape the future with education?
How can we shape the future with education?
Our world is changing at breakneck speed. Whoever wants to help shape this transformation in a positive way needs knowledge, abilities, and attitudes, in order to create potential for a social, environmental, and economic development that leads to sustainable coexistence. In particular, an approach to STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) that is expanded across disciplines and combines knowledge from the STEM subjects with 21st century skills will pave the way for sustainable innovations and give us more power to forge a better future. Together with our international partners, we are creating educational STEM projects and networks on a co-constructive basis – and, in so doing, are producing local solutions to global challenges.
STEM education and climate: promoting holistic climate change education
Combating climate change will require a major rethink on a social, environmental, and economic level. Through our projects, we are promoting that helps make the complexity of the issue tangible, stabilize the global climate, and strengthen resilience to the consequences of climate change.
STEM education and digitality: promoting a learning culture geared to the future
Digitalization is changing our society and therefore also how we teach and learn. Withand teacher training, we are supporting a new approach in learning culture that leads toward a culture of digitality. Because skills such as creativity, collaboration, communication, and critical thinking are vital to actively help shape change.
STEM education and health: promoting healthy humanity and a healthy planet
Our individual health is closely intertwined with the health of the social environment we live in and with that of our planet. With our educational programs, we are fostering an understanding of this holistic nature so that schoolchildren can take responsibility for their own health as well as that of their fellow human beings and their environment.
By providing continuing education opportunities for educators and high-quality teaching and learning materials, currently in 13 countries all over the world, we are making a genuine, concrete contribution to high-quality STEM lessons that are accessible to everyone along the entire education chain. We are involved in international education networks that are bringing together different countries and disciplines, harnessing innovative ideas on a global scale.
Education that has an impact and brings about genuine change can only succeed if it is delivered in an open, dynamic partnership. This is why we work together with over 100 NGOs, governments, universities, and educational institutions from many countries all over the world.
Press releases and news
Education | 16 September 2022
Combatting Global Education Challenges Through Creativity, Innovation and Collaboration
Education | 02 September 2022
REDECANEDU Furthers STEM Learning, Diversity and Remote Education
Dr. Nina Smidt delivered a keynote at REDECANEDU, the first ever congress of deans of education of Latin American universities and engaged with many senior officials in Chile de Santiago to deepen Siemens Stiftung’s collaborative efforts in strengthening STEM learning and innovative educational approaches in the continent.
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Focus pages on methods and topics
Climate Change Education in Latin America
The brochure describes the joint efforts that the foundation and its partner organizations are engaged in for the STEM cause. It is intended to encourage Latin American and international stakeholders in the education sector to make climate change education an integral part of their education agendas.
OECD Learning Compass 2030 (German translation)
Serving as a dynamic framework strategy for learning, the OECD Learning Compass 2030 sets out what skills schoolchildren will need in order to bring about robust, successful development in the year 2030. As a member of the German working group involved in the international OECD project, Siemens-Stiftung had a hand in the publication.
Media Portal for STEM teaching
In the Siemens Stiftung Media Portal, teachers will find some 3,200 Open Educational Resources in German and English that they can incorporate into varied and exciting STEM lessons. Numerous advanced training seminars and a dedicated student area round out the offerings.
Educación STEM Latinoamérica
This website introduces the work being done by Siemens Stiftung’s regional office in Latin America and provides an insight into the Red STEM Latinoamérica network, which comprises is made up of more than 85 education stakeholders from the public and private sectors and is committed to ensuring strong STEM teaching across the continent.
CREA: El Portal de Medios para la Enseñanza STEM
The Spanish-language education portal CREA provides 1,300 items of open-license STEM media that have been developed and made available by Siemens Stiftung and prestigious network partners such as the nonprofit organization INNOVEC and the Office for Climate Education.