Competence Map – First Draft

 

The first draft of STEAM-H Competence Map is now available!

The document is the first STEAM-H Intellectual Output. The Competence Map identifies the competencies acquirable by students involved in STEAM activities and can be used by teachers as a guiding tool to plan multi-disciplinary STEAM activities based on the subject and the competencies to be achieved by the students.

This first draft will be improved by the end of the project, so please if you have any comments and suggestions, feel free to contact us.

DOWNLOAD THE DOCUMENT

 

STEAM-H First Newsletter

It is now available the first Steam-H Newsletter in English language with information and news about the project.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please feel free to download and share!

STEAM-H project has officially started!

 

The kick-off meeting was successfully held on 14th-15th February 2020 in Fano (Italy).

During the different sessions, the participants had the opportunity to present their organisations describing the activities carried out and the added value for the project. The partners have discussed the project proposal in detail, analysing the project results, the possible target groups, dissemination and administrative tasks and financial issues.

The partners focused, in particular, on the activities foreseen for the next 6 months. They discussed the most suitable methodologies and tools to produce the first Intellectual Output (IO1 STEAM-H Competence Map) and the activities related to the second Project Outputs (IO2 Open Educational Resources).

 

In the next few months, the partners of the project will be working also on the promotion of the project in different primary school teachers in order to create a community of interest.

STEAM-H project has been approved!

We are pleased to inform you that STEAM-H project has been approved by the European Commission.

In this project are involved primary schools and companies from Italy, Spain, Ireland, and Germany. The project aims at supporting teachers and educators in understanding the potential of using a STEAM approach and organising and implementing STEAM activities in primary schools to improve student learning experiences and teachers’ ability to deliver them effectively.

We will keep you informed of its progress in the next months.