The EuroSTEAM project brings together 7 collaborative partners from across Europe to bring to you exciting lesson resource which are open source and free to use on your classroom. We hope that these resources can be used throughout Europe to excite young students about the opportunities in STEAM careers.
This project has been funded by Erasmus plus to produce different outcomes that will improve the engagement of students within STEAM lessons and workshops throughout Europe. You can find a full overview of our project and collaboration by clicking the link below:Project Overview
The Comparative Analysis Report has been written to identify the under-achievement of basic Maths, Science and Literacy skills. In this report we look at some of the important factors surrounding the STEAM initiatives including:
“The EuroSTEAM experience was interesting for the topics dealt with in the three camps…is definitely a stimulating challenge to work with children aged 11-14 years. The variety of modules strengthen relationships between students and educator, developing a proactive attitude that helps learning”.
“What I appreciated about the EuroSTEAM project was the opportunity for children to freely develop their creative potential. The experience was also a great opportunity for children to get together: they worked in team to find solutions to the problems they were faced with, and this promoted togetherness and socialisation”.
“It was fun to be with my students at the camps, see their skills emerge as well as their creativity and their ability to listen and solve problems. The workshops offered at the 3 EuroSTEAM Camps are a unique opportunity to experiment with science and learn by playing”.
“It was useful, fun and a valuable training experience. The most important aspect of the three camps was the creative and emotional experience: a subtle connecting link between emotional intelligence and artificial intelligence that usually is not that obvious "
“All the activities in the three camps stimulated the children's creativity; they engaged in each of them having fun and working together. The most interesting aspect was that both computer activities and manual activities were offered, which was a nice challenge for digital natives as well as for those who also needed to regain their learning skill through manipulation".Concetta Middle School Teacher at Istituto Comprensivo Via Mar dei Caraibi, Rome
If you have any questions or suggestions for us or want to contribute some resources to the EuroSTEAM page, please get in touch and we can work together to boost the resources on this page.