Promoting STEAM education through storytelling to boost girls’ interest in STEAM topics and potentially STEAM careers in the future.
Innovation in Education
In a collaborative effort among European schools, we will investigate how European teachers can approach and develop teaching in the 4 emerging subject areas: technology enhancement, sustainable learning, entrepreneurship, and playful learning.
Strengthen the capacity of universities to detect and respond to online and offline sexual harassment in the workplace and other relevant contexts (classrooms and digital spaces), with a special focus on minorities.
Contributing to the improvement of the university research governance in Tunisia by promoting dialogue and scientific cooperation between the actors of the Tunisian national research system.
Fostering systematic every-day use of different internal support forms and peer-based professional development activities to make them part of schools’ culture.
Enhancing the language skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) of boys aged 10-14 years old through the use of gamified mobile learning environments in formal education settings.
Training and innovation actions to increase the entrepreneurial skills of people with migration background, to reduce the risk of marginalization and exclusion.
To create and make available to teachers and educators accessible, easily-implemented STEM educational resources to raise students’ interest over STEM and improve their science literacy.
Training and innovation actions to improve trainers’ skills and people with migration background language skills through the creation of a European Map of Experiences in Host Countries.
Increasing “environmental literacy” of adults, by strengthening the capacity of local communities through active environmental education and fostering communication with policymakers.
SCIREARLY – Policies and Practices based on Scientific Research for Reducing Underachievement and Early School Leaving in Europe
Contributing to reducing Early School Leaving amongst vulnerable groups devising and recommending policy measures built on educational actions that have evidence of social impact with replicability and scalability in Europe.
Innovative action to elaborate an in-depth analysis of labour market needs, transferring to VET schools and teachers more skills on new employability trends of young people.
Supporting and enhancing teachers’ and school leaders’ competencies in promoting environmental awareness to secondary school students through the use of experiential learning methodologies.
Enable young people to understand, practice and influence participatory budgets across European cities, develop the capacity of educators and local authorities to implement participatory budgeting and increase civic participation among youth.
Support to people in conflict with the law through coaching activities that offer the opportunity to improve soft skills, in particular leadership, therefore countering the risk of reoffending.