the EuroSTEAM proposal which will bring together seven European partners each with specific insights and expertise in STEM education to produce three innovative outputs for schools. The main output of the project will be the development of a training toolkit for teachers to deliver effective and innovative STEM education activities which nurture and enhance natural creativity in order to increase student’s interest in scientific education and careers. EuroSTEAM will offer school learners as well as their educators’ different perspectives and approaches to find their interests and strengths in STEM education while providing a better understanding, at the European level, on the impact of innovative teaching practices as a method for addressing underachievement in basic skills of maths, science and literacy. The lasting outcome of the project will be to increase the quality of STEM education ensuring the availability of innovative didactical materials across Europe to increase motivation for both teachers and learners to increase their understanding maths, science and literacy education.
The project will run from September 2016 with the final conference being held in September 2019
The project has 3 key intellectual outputs aimed at boosting STEAM recognition
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We have 7 partners across 5 European regions collaborating on the project outputs
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As we enter 2019, we begin a very exciting phase for the EuroSTEAM Project. The partners are now making final preparations to the project outputs which will all be launched between now and September. In the meantime, we have provided an update of the work that has been ongoing by partners of the project as
During the 10th and 11th of September, partners of the EuroSTEAM consortium met once again to share their progress of the project with each other. This time the venue for the meeting was Lisbon, Portugal and with the temperatures reaching 30 degrees it was a perfect destination for a post Summer meeting. Our meeting was
Between the 22nd and 24th of march, the Annual Conference of ETEN took place at Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences. The European Teacher Education Network (ETEN) is a diverse network of educators from nearly 20 countries. The mission of ETEN is to promote cooperation, exchange, research and publication for universities and institutions engaged in education.