Education, communication, illumination

STEM Ginger Education
(Pending editorial review)
España (Barcelona)
Communication between nations is essential in our ever globalised world and scientific advances in one country will benefit everybody if they are accurately communicated. French, German and other languages are super important in this field but, undeniably, English is also extremely useful, some would say essential. In addition to the importance of English for communication, the benefits of plurilingualism are shown to improve a child's cognitive abilities and mental flexibility. CLIL is not about creating a lingua franca but about opening doors and sensitising children to different cultures as well as maximising their confidence and creating a future full of opportunities. Learning about STEM subjects (STEAM with the inclusion of art) as well as learning a language are fun, motivational and inclusive.
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Elen Evans (08 June 2019)


My name is Elen Evans. I successfully completed my BSc (Hons) undergraduate degree in Natural Sciences in 2017 and I went on to found STEM Ginger Education to bridge the gap between subject learning and English language learning. I have worked as an English teacher since 1999 in Italy, Portugal, the UK, Egypt and Spain. I now teach science to children through English, imparting my knowledge and passion of the scientific world as well as implementing skills acquired teaching English as a foreign language. I truly value and enjoy the use of CLIL / AICLE methodology in the classroom, particularly because of the undeniably positive effect it has on my students. STEM Ginger Education teaches different STEM subjects using a hands-on, communicative, fun, all inclusive approach in the classroom.

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