Dr. René Tristan Lydiksen

Dr. René Tristan Lydiksen

Dr. René Tristan Lydiksen is the managing director of LEGO Education Europe. He holds a PhD from the University of Southern Denmark which was sponsored by the Ministry of Science, Technology & Innovation. He is dedicated to the idea of enabling students to succeed through playful learning experiences, and has made it his purpose to help equip future generations with the skills they need to become global citizens and solve the world’s biggest issues.

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Tuesday, 10 January 2017 12:30

Getting creative in the classroom with STEM

Encouraging students to take an interest in Science, technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) subjects can often be a challenge. This is especially true when teaching is based around workbooks and theory; when students are unable to find a link between what they are being taught, the learning environment they are in and their own interests, they are more likely to disengage. With the ever-increasing technological advancements, it’s not surprising that the next generation of students are likely to enter the working world, looking for jobs that don’t even exist now. Therefore, we must strive to inspire children from a young age, in order to unveil talent and boost engagement.

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