Topic/Area: STEM/Girls Education

Date released: 2019

Type of Best Practices

  • Online Training Curriculum in STE(A)M learning and gender sensitive practices.
  • Report on the value of STE(A)M in Girls’ education
  • Digital Teacher’s Toolkit (DTT) with STE(A)M activity kit for primary school
  • European Charter for STE(A)M Education and Impact report

Partners / network

CESIE [Coordinator], Palermo, Italy

Danmar Computers LLC, Rzeszów, Poland

INOVA+, Porto, Portugal

Four Elements Athens, Greece

CARDET, Nicosia, Cyprus

DOĞA SCHOOL, Istanbul, Turkey

Description of the methods/ approach

STE(A)M is an educational approach to learning that uses Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics as access points for guiding student inquiry, dialogue, and critical thinking and the acquisition of these competences. It incorporates gender-inclusive teaching methods and open resources focused on STE(A)M learning in primary education; to foster creativity, critical thinking and problem-solving competences among young pupils in STEM.


The current best practice aims to increase the competence development of teachers and educators, to increase and nurture girls’ interest in STEM fields and support the interest in STEM disciplines.

Evaluation (results) of its effectiveness (if applicable)


Overview of the lessons learned which are relevant to the project


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