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EuroStemCell toolkit

A growing set of downloadable, mix-and-match stem cell resources and activities suitable for a variety of educational settings. All components have been extensively tested, and come with full instructions.

Available in several European languages.

Schools pack now available in print

Our All about stem cells activity pack is now available to order in print!

Suitable for use with 16+ year olds, the pack contains a set of activity cards, an activity guide with lesson plan and a question card for students. Read on to find out more about the materials and how to order.

 

 

 

Stem cell toolkit gets a facelift

Our toolkit of downloadable stem cell resources and activities has been growing so fast it's getting hard to keep up with all the new additions. We launched with just five tools, but that number has since grown to 13 tools for teaching and talking about stem cells, in the classroom, science centre, open day, festival and other educational settings. 

We've had great feedback from teachers and others from around Europe:

“[The] toolkit web page ... is very easy to use. Everything appeals to me: not only the “surface”, icons and links, but also the contents are very useful and interesting.” Teacher, Italy

 

How do you teach stem cells?

On Monday 4 June from 8-9pm (UK time) we're hosting an #asechat on how to teach stem cells, on Twitter. It's a topic we've thought a lot about, as we've developed, tested and refined a whole suite of tools and resources to support anyone interested in teaching stem cells. We're really looking forward to the discussion!

What is #asechat?

#asechat is a weekly online science education discussion group organized by the Association for Science Education. The discussion is conducted via Twitter. #asechat takes place on Monday evenings from 8.00-9.00pm (UK time). Everyone is welcome. 

400 attend Stem Cell Dream at Bergamo Scienza

Stem Cell Dream: From Reality to Dreams was staged during Bergamo Scienza on October 8 2011 at the Teatro Sociale at 11:30 AM in Bergamo, Italy. 

Stem cell toolkit - downloadable resources and activities

The first components of the EuroStemCell toolkit - downloadable stem cell activities and resources for a variety of audiences and settings - are now available on our Toolkit page.

All tools have been piloted, come with full instructions and downloads, and can be customized to suit your audience and requirements.

Hear the scientists of tomorrow debate the biomedical issues of today

The 2011 Debating Science Issues All- Ireland Finals will be held Thursday, April 14th at the Science Gallery, Trinity College Dublin. The Finals, co-ordinated by the Regenerative Medicine Institute (REMEDI) at the National University of Ireland in Galway, will see four teams of secondary school students representing the provinces of Connacht, Ulster, Leinster and Munster.

Famiglie cellulari

Questo gioco è stato progettato per essere usato con ragazzi di 12-14 anni, come parte di una discussione sui diversi tipi di cellule staminali. Il gioco introduce agli studenti i concetti di multipotenza delle cellule staminali adulte e di pluripotenza delle cellule staminali embrionali.

Cell families

This card game is designed for use with 12-14 year olds, as part of a discussion about types of stem cells. It is a fun way to introduce students to the concepts of multipotency in tissue stem cells, and pluripotency in embryonic stem cells.

Also available in Italian.

 

Tutto sulle cellule staminali

Una risorsa flessibile a disposizione degli studenti di età superiore ai 16 anni, comprendente schede colorate, semplici fogli di lavoro e un questionario. La versione inglese di questa risorsa comprende anche una guida per gli insegnanti oltre a schede per ragazzi tra gli 11 e i 14 anni.

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