Counteracting the shortage - inspiring pupils with MiLeNa for the profession as a STEM teacher

Inspiring young people for STEM - that is the mission and goal of future through innovation. However, before students start using the wide range of offers from zdi come into contact they get to know the subject areas of MINT at school. And here in particular there is a lack of teachers who teach these subjects. Here the project continues MiLeNa in order to get students interested in the teaching profession before they choose their studies and career in the upper grades.

Neither a minimum number of students nor a specific type of school is required to participate in the program. At least one teacher at each school is responsible for the MILeNa program and is available as a contact person, e.g. the MINT representative at your school. Participating schools can plan, design and implement STEM teaching opportunities very freely. Of course, existing MINT offers of the school can also be integrated. 

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