ESERO helping to generate interest in science in Belgian schools
Belgium is using The European Space Agency's European Space Education Resource Office (ESERO) project to further improve its STEM results.
ESERO uses and disseminates existing ESA/ESERO space-related STEM classroom resources tailoring them to curricula needs. Real space data and applications, accompanied by the role model support of space scientists and even astronauts are used where possible. ESERO has made available a series of training sessions, many of which count as official accreditation, as well as organising experimental activities and competitions.
You can read the full article in the InGenious Country Focus: Belgium, one of a series each looking at a different country.
Or visit the ESERO and ESA websites for more information and resources.