EUN Partnership aisbl (hereinafter called European Schoolnet) is developing this Website, hosted by the WordPress Platform, which is subject to the Terms of service set-out below.

This website is developed as part of the STE(A)M IT project (http://www.eun.org/projects/detail?articleId=4657399). STE(A)M IT (“the Project”) is funded by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Union and lasts for 36 months. European Schoolnet is a coordinator in the project which is co-coordinated in partnership with Istituto Nazionale di Documentazione, Innovazione e Ricerca, Italian University Line, Ministry Of Science And Education Of The Republic Of Croatia, Ministério da Educação – Direção-Geral da Educação (DGE) and University Of Cyprus.

The role of European Schoolnet in the Project is to: (1) create and test of a conceptual framework of reference for integrated STE(A)M education; (2) develop a capacity building programme for primary schools teachers and secondary STEM teachers, based on this framework, with a particular focus on the contextualisation of STEM teaching, especially through industry-education cooperation, and (3) further ensure the contextualisation of the integrated STEM teaching by establishing a network of guidance counsellors/career advisors in schools promoting the attractiveness of STEM jobs to their classes.

This is done by the following activities:

  1. Organizing and coordinating and supporting a group of 11 User Group teachers for the creation of the first STE(A)M IT integrated learning scenarios
  2. Creating and maintaining the STE(A)M IT portal, place for exchange among stakeholders of the project
  3. Creating and updating the two MOOCs for primary and secondary school teachers on integrated STEM education
  4. Creating a set of tools (Guidelines on STEM jobs, STEM Jobs profiles, learning resources) to further ensure the contextualization of integrated STEM

European Schoolnet is based in Brussels, Belgium and, as such, Belgian laws apply to any use of the site.


Although we have made every reasonable effort to ensure that the contents are both timely and accurate, the information provided via this website is:

  • of a general informational nature only and not intended to address the specific circumstances of any particular individual or entity;
  • not necessarily comprehensive, accurate, complete or up to date;
  • sometimes linked to external sites over which European Schoolnet has no control and for which European Schoolnet assumes no responsibility;
  • not professional or legal advice (if you need specific advice, you should always consult a suitably qualified professional).

European Schoolnet reserves the right, at its discretion, to suspend, change, modify, add or remove (portions of) the website at any time, including any materials which may have been made available by content contributors.

Users must be aware that any information or content shared through the comments section is done at their own risk. It is the duty of each content contributor to check the legality of their use of such materials prior to making them available and, in particular, to ensure that they do not infringe upon any relevant law, including but not limited to copyright, privacy, data protection, criminal, torts or civil liability, statutory obligations or any other law or laws whether at international, European or national level. Users should also comply with any code of conduct or good practice guide which may be instituted by European Schoolnet covering content contributions.

Liability disclaimer

European Schoolnet assumes no liability in relation to any of the points above, except as required under applicable law. If you consider that your rights have been violated through any information provided via the website of the Project, please contact European Schoolnet as indicated below. European Schoolnet will handle your objection with due diligence in compliance with its legal obligations.

This disclaimer is not intended to limit the liability of European Schoolnet in contravention of any requirements laid down in applicable national law nor to exclude its liability for matters which may not be excluded under that law.


We take every measure possible to ensure that all copyrights are respected. If you notice a copyright infringement, please notify us as soon as possible.

Copyright notice

© – All rights reserved. Copyright protection applies. Content from third-party websites (i.e. content providers) is subject to its own copyright restrictions; please refer to the site of origin for more information.

All posts on the STE(A)M IT portal are published under Creative Commons license, Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0), unless specified otherwise. All Learning Scenarios and Stories of Implementation created by the teachers in the Project include a specific license, defined by its author.

Tradermarks and logos

Please note that use of the website does not imply any right or licence to use any of the logos or trademarks that appear on the site. Such usage is always subject to the express written approval of the owner of the logo or trademark. Breach of this requirement may involve the imposition of penalties or damages against the infringer.

Contacting European Schoolnet

For any questions related to the STE(A)M IT portal, you can contact us:
via email:
via post:
EUN Partnership aisbl
Rue de Trèves 61
B-1040 Brussels