Invitation: Use (more) modeling in your teaching

Join us for an inspiration afternoon on Monday, March 18th.

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  • Are you already using modeling in your teaching?
  • Or does it seem overwhelming to get started?
  • Could you use knowledge and inspiration for new methods?


Then this inspirational afternoon is for you.

Use (more) modeling in your teaching

Research shows that modeling-oriented teaching can help promote STEM literacy among young people, but the modeling method can be difficult to execute and many teachers are challenged in organizing this type of teaching.

In collaboration with Roskilde University, RUC, we therefore invite teachers, future teachers, principals, managers and other interested parties in primary and secondary schools to an afternoon focusing on competence development in modeling with inspiration from leading researchers in science didactics.

The event is also the conclusion of the LabSTEM project, where a number of teachers have investigated the current teaching practices in modeling from both student and teacher perspectives, as well as the teachers in the project have developed curricula ready to implement in your classroom.

In just three hours, you get:

  • Access to plug-and-play modeling workflows
  • New knowledge and inspiration to use modeling in education
  • Opportunity to network with peers and experts in modeling

Competence development in modeling

Grab your colleague or fellow student and join us for an exciting afternoon focusing on modeling in primary and secondary schools.

It's free to attend, no registration is required and the doors are open to all interested parties.

Roskilde University (RUC), Universitetsvej 1, Building 27, 27.1-089,
4000 Roskilde

Monday, March 18, 14.00-17.00.
From 16.00 there will be a reception with light refreshments.

Any questions?
Contact Louise Vigsnæs, Project Manager at Knowledge Hub Zealand:

We look forward to seeing you!


The inspiration afternoon is organized by project partners from Roskilde
University and Knowledge Hub Zealand.

The LabSTEM project is funded by Region Zealand.

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