STEM Identities and Food Culture

STEM Identities and Food Culture encourages students to use food science to connect their cultural heritage with STEM concepts. Applying culturally responsive teaching, students from different cultures and socio-economic backgrounds are empowered to actively participate in various activities.

Scientix STE(A)M Partnership Education Resilience in Europe

Scientix is the community for science education in Europe and its STE(A)M Partnerships promote collaboration between Ministries of Education, schools, teachers, and other stakeholders to develop research and testing initiatives for new approaches for creative and innovative STEM teaching and learning opportunities.

List of lessons

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 Name of lessonAgeCultural conceptThe author
1.It’s a cupcake o’clock ← link16AmericaJasminka Nađ
2.What happens to the proteins in floating Island desert? ← link18FranceJasminka Nađ
3.Yeast – a single-cell organism that rises bread dough ← link14GreeceJelena Šomođi
4.Sugar for Turkish delight ← link17TurkeyValentina Ruskovski
5.Milk process and tasty Tzaziki ← link18GreeceJasminka Nađ
6.Ukrainian coloring eggs with natural pigments ← link17UkraineValentina Ruskovski
7.Vitamins and Shopska salad ← link14BulgariaJelena Šomođi
8.Calculating energy of pizza dough ← link13ItalyOlivera Vinaji
9.Ruthenian Christmas dinner ← link14RutheniansJelena Šomođi
10.Water steam and mantou buns ← link16ChinaValentina Ruskovski
11.Exact proportion for moussaka ← link13SyriaOlivera Vinaji
12.Energy of Serbian salad ← link15SerbiaPaulina Rac
13.Sweet measuring of the mass ← link12IranPaulina Rac
14.B vitamins and the Philippines ← link13PhilippinesLjubka Budinski Varga
15.Vanilla – aroma queen from Madagascar ← link18MadagascarLjubka Budinski Varga
16.English tea and cyclic compounds ← link18EnglandLjubka Budinski Varga
17.Volume of the Japanese rice box ← link18JapanNatalija Budinski
18.German gingerbread and 3D printing ← link18GermanyNatalija Budinski
19.Austrian Saher cake and fractions ← link18AustriaNatalija Budinski
20.Exponential function, chess legend and Indian paratha ← link16IndiaNatalija Budinski