Share your integrated teaching practices and/or show us how you addressed STEM Career topics in class through the STE(A)M IT Competitions!

Integrated teaching practices competitions for primary and secondary

Working with other teachers makes the lessons more interesting and connected to real-life students and your work more meaningful. Teaching in an integrated way STEM or even STEM with any other subject reflects more accurately (and shows we need to work together to obtain the greatest achievements).

Share your integrated teaching practices through the STE(A)M IT competitions for primary (competition 1: 4 – 12 years old) and secondary (competition 2: 13 – 18 years old). Three strands available:

Stream 1: Submit a new Learning Scenario on Integrated STEM Teaching using the STE(A)M IT Template;


Stream 2: Submit a new Learning Scenario on Integrated STEM Teaching using the STE(A)M IT Template tried out with students (i.e. submit your Learning Scenario and a Story of Implementation explaining how it went with your students);


Stream 3: Try out one of the 11 original STE(A)M IT Learning Scenarios in class and tell us how it went with a Story of Implementation.

Winning Learning Scenarios and Stories of Implementation will be included in the Scientix repository as well as STE(A)M IT portal. Winners will also be invited to join the STE(A)M IT Career Advisers Network.

Read the full instructions, terms and conditions of the STE(A)M IT Competitions for primary and secondary.

Participants have until 30 April 2022 at 23:59 Central European Time (CEST) to submit their entries.


The STEM Alliance & STE(A)M IT – Professionals Go Back to School Competition 

The STEM Alliance & STE(A)M IT – Professionals Go Back to School Competition encourages the integration of STEM Career topics in class through Career Sheets and (virtual) visits from STEM professionals to classrooms, among other options. It includes two streams:

Stream 1 – Professionals Go Back to School calls for the organisation of a collaborative activity with a STEM Professional and the creation of a STEM Career Sheet.


Stream 2 – STEM Professions calls for the organisation of an activity using STEM Alliance / STE(A)M IT materials like the STE(A)M IT Guidelines on how to present STEM jobs in classrooms.

Join now: Organise the activity, pin it to the STEM Discovery Map and submit the career sheet (stream 1) and/or tell us about your activity (stream 2) to be one of the 10 teachers to join the STE(A)M IT Career Advisors Network.

Read the full instructions and terms and conditions for the STEM Alliance / STE(A)M IT Professionals Go back to school competitions.

Participants have until 30 April 2022 at 23:59 Central European Time (CEST) to submit their entries.

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Rocío Benito

Rocío Benito

I am a Digital Media Officer in the Science Education Department of European Schoolnet (EUN). I studied mass media, and graphic and web design. I love photography and video editing.

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İrem YORULMAZ · 23/02/2022 at 7:27 PM

We will observe the enviroment for how air moves object. Then, we make a brainstorming and we will make an experiment about air. Later, we will desing our cars work with air.

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Ana Rebelo · 19/04/2022 at 4:59 PM

Good afternoon!
Is it possible to apply to the competition with a learning scenario designed for a MOOC (STEAM-It Re-run)?
Ana Rebelo, Portugal

    Rocío Benito

    Rocío Benito · 20/04/2022 at 2:18 PM

    Good afternoon Ana,
    Yes, you can submit a learning scenario designed for the MOOC.
    Have a nice day!

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      Mesut ULU · 22/04/2022 at 6:19 PM

      Hello there. We created Steam projects with our students by coding with Arduino. I added the learning scenario to the map. but is it necessary to write a post on the blog page? I did not receive the password for the blog.

        Rocío Benito

        Rocío Benito · 26/04/2022 at 9:22 AM

        Hello! Are you referring to the STEM Discovery Campaign blog? https://sdw-blog.eun.org/ It is not necessary, although we encourage you to do so. Try requesting the password once again. Best regards

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