IN2STEAM launches the OER about innovative STEAM methodology: are you a teacher? Get involved!
The current situation highlights different critical issues about the traditional methods of teaching STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) within primary schools, leading to a deeper reflection on innovative methodologies and multidisciplinary paths in schools, such as mixing social studies with technical-scientific subjects, for a more inclusive and future-oriented teaching.
For these reasons, the IN2STEAM consortium worked on the development of the Online Training Curriculum in STE(A)M learning and gender sensitive practices, in OER format (Open educational resource) with the aim of providing primary school teachers with knowledge, methodologies and examples of activities to be implemented in the classroom to promote an innovative STEAM teaching / learning approach.
The course is entirely online and it will be attended by 48 teachers selected throughout the six IN2STEAM partners’ countries (Italy, Greece, Cyprus, Turkey, Poland, Portugal) with the support of the tutors of the different organisations, previously trained for this purpose.
The course is structured in six modules, with interactive and fun activities. Once the course is finished, the teachers will experiment with their students what they have learned through the OER, within the STEM Labs that will be set in the schools with the collaboration of female STEAM professionals and arts and design experts.
If you are a primary school teacher interested in the Online Training Curriculum in STE(A)M learning and gender sensitive practices, sign up for free: