Project number: 2019-1-IT02-KA201-063173
Implementation period: 01.09.2019- 31.08.2022
IN2STEAM aims to enhance, encourage and foster innovative educational approach that integrates STE(A)M learning (applying art and design principles to science education) in primary education through gender-inclusive methods and resources to promote a positive change of attitudes towards non–stereotyping choices in education in order to attract more girls into STEM fields.
- To increase the competence development of teachers and educators to effectively teach and expose (STE(A)M) concepts to young children at primary school, with a focus on girls, so to creativity, critical thinking and problem-solving competences;
- To increase and nurture girls’ interest in STEM fields through the development of gender-inclusive teaching methods and open resources focused on (STE(A)M) learning in primary education with a real-world context;
- To support the interest in STEM disciplines by adopting an inclusive teaching methodology that motivates young girls to develop their potential and motivation for a future career in the scientific field, contrasting gender stereotypes.
- To integrate a 21st century education strategy for developing more creative learning environments in primary schools through the adoption of interdisciplinarity (STE(A)M) learning approaches joined with gender inclusive practices in school curriculum.
- Report on the Value of STE(A)M in Girls’ Education
- Online Training Curriculum in STE(A)M learning and gender sensitive practices
- Digital Teacher’s Toolkit (DTT) with STE(A)M Activity Kit for Primary School
- European Charter and Impact Report
- Primary School Teachers
- Primary School Pupils 8-11 years old
- Schools – integrated STE(A)M framework
- School Education Decision Makers & communities
- STEAM professionals
CESIE – Italy – Coordinator
Danmar Computers Sp. z o.o. – Poland
INOVA+ – Portugal
FOUR ELEMENTS – Greece
CARDET – Cyprus
ASIST OGRETIM KURUMLARI A.S. – Turkey