The British School of Tenerife wins the STEAM Contest organised by Humboldt Cosmos Multiversity and FESTO
The group led by teachers Marian Waugh and Pedro Real received the prize for the best idea on Friday 19th March.
The STEAM Competition, organised by Humboldt Cosmos Multiversity with FESTO Didactic, was aimed at teachers, professors and students of primary, secondary and university education in the Canary Islands, to promote vocations in science, technology, arts, engineering and mathematics (STEAM) as areas of sustainable and intelligent growth in the future, rewarding the best ideas about the socio-economic future of the Canary Islands.
The meeting, which took place on Friday 19, also served for an academic and cultural exchange with the students of the master’s degree in International Business Management of the University of Applied Sciences of Kempten (Bavaria), led by Professor Andreas Müller.
Both presentations took place at the same event, which was broadcast live via videoconference.