ŠUZA - "From school to science and the academic community"

Students attending the computing workshop at FER     


The popularization of science program “ŠUZA – from school to science and the academic community” is the new official popularization of science program of the University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing (FER). The Program is intended for primary and secondary education students and their teachers. Through visits to schools, educational workshops for teachers and events at the Faculty their interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) fields is encouraged.

FER’s partners in this Program are the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.) and the student association eSTUDENT. The program is developed in cooperation and with the support of the Education and Teacher Training Agency (AZOO) and the Agency for Vocational Education and Training and Adult Education (ASOO).

A workshop on popularization of STEM...

From 18th to 29th of November a first workshop on popularization of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) fields was held at FER. Fifteen mostly younger research associates and a few our students participated in the workshop. The workshop was about popularization in general, studying theory, presentation skills and dramaturgy. The workshop was held by M.Sc. Predrag Pale and dramaturges Irena Krčelić. As a product of first popularization ZTIM at FER, the Facebook group named ŠUZA or Science popularization was made. This group is open for everyone interested in popularization of STEM fields.

Take a look at some photographs below.

M.Sc. Predrag Pale, one of the workshop lecturers 


The workshop participants are listening to teacher talking about specific topics

of the popularization of science


The presentation of practical exercise for the popularization of science workshops

Author: Ivana Pek
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