What we do
Our research involves asking fundamental questions in science development around the world.
Based on our research, we develop new tools to assist trainees, organizations, and policy makers around the world.
Our advocacy is heavily grounded in our research so that we are using the most current knowledge and understanding to advocate for innovative ideas in science development.
We also provide feedback to science initiatives around the world looking for additional insights.
Areas of interest
Training in Science
Understanding the core issues around the world
Understanding the dissemination of science
Studying science policies around the world
We fully support your proposal for the global fund in science education. In 2011 we started a project called 1 000 000 IMPACTING 200 000 000 Project. This is our ultimate goal and vision for the next 10 years and where we are taking the Mylab Kits www.mylab.co.za
Great book that really provides insight into the world of STEM education and challenges faced along the way.
I saw website of Stories in Science and I find the stories interesting. I will share this to my teachers as well as in my social media networks so more people would be aware of your work.
I have had a closer look at your stories in science website and think the stories are really engaging and inspiring.
Overall, I think you should be proud of what you have accomplished with very little resources. One of my concerns with STEM education and advocacy in the developing world is that there are too many organizations competing for limited resources. I advocate for a centralized advocacy/education effort to avoid waste. I think your efforts to codify the different education and outreach organizations in Africa are fantastic. I also like your idea of evaluating new organizations and ideas. Ultimately, these organizations need to be held accountable.
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