STE(A)M IT will work closely with the European Schoolnet’s Ministries of Education STEM representatives Working Group representing 23 Ministries of Education (Belgium (Flanders), Belgium (Wallonia), Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Spain and Turkey)”
STE(A)M IT will also work with the STEM Alliance, a school – industry strategic initiative, led by 17 companies including Airbus, Amgen, Cisco, Dell Technologies, EPCA, IBM, Lego Education, Lenovo, Shell, Transport Malta, Dassault Systems, GSMA, Johnson-Johnson, Microsoft, SISSA Medialab, Texas Instruments and Oracle.
Additionally, STE(A)M IT is also collaborating with the following organisations and projects:
The STEAMonEdu is an Erasmus+ funded project aims to increase the adoption and impact of STE(A)M education by investing in the community of stakeholders and the professional development of educators.
The NHL Stenden University of Applied Science is a multi-campus university with an international focus looking for new ways to successfully integrate education, research and the latest developments in the professional world.
The DUET project will help public sector decision-making become more democratic and effective. By creating digital replica’s of a city, people, no matter their background, can use the Digital Twins 3D and 2D interfaces for easy policy impact exploration and experimentation across entire cities and regions.).
CHOICE is an Erasmus+ funded project aims to promote and improve STEM education at schools and increase the professional competences of teachers by equipping them with a STE(A)M approach of teaching.
The STE(A)M IT project offers to its collaborators the opportunity to reinforce the links between STEM education and STEM careers. Projects, schools, companies, there is more than one way to strengthen the educational landscape!
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The European Alliance Learn STEM focuses their interrelation and integration in cross-disciplinary and reflective STEM education Its goal is to improve the quality and efficiency of STEM learning in secondary schools.
ILET & Schooling Group SNC has been a leader in professional development, providing expertly-crafted, classroom-applicable courses to the teachers based on interdisciplinary approach across the globe. Their history starts from Finland.
The Department of Education of the Autonomous Government of Castilla y León (Consejería de Educación de la Junta de Castilla y León) promotes innovation, training, the integration of ICT in all education processes, and the development of languages and internationalization as strategic lines.
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