Project activities embraced innovative topics such as robotics and engineering but also English and native languages.
The participants comprised a group of pupils aged 11-15.
Teachers organized multidisciplinary activities that promoted English language use, collaboration, experiential learning, and play to develop students' key competences. Students facing socioeconomic obstacles or learning disabilities were actively included in activities aligned with their interests. Due to pandemic-related uncertainties, many activities adopted a blended format, heavily relying on the eTwinning platform. Students were encouraged to engage in activities of their choice, fostering creative thinking, teamwork, and self-expression.
Partner schools created an innovative environment to fuel students' STEM interest and boost key competences. They integrated multidisciplinary tasks across subjects, went beyond classrooms with science center visits and vocational school robotics workshops, reshaping education across all partner schools.
Teachers led innovative activities, reshaping how they taught English and native languages, linking them with STEAM subjects. This approach enhanced both teachers' and students' skills in multidisciplinary teaching, diverse learning environments, and inclusive education while fostering cooperation and mutual learning.
Impact and output
he project had a significant impact on students, teachers, and partner institutions, fostering lasting bonds through eTwinning and project collaboration. It ignited students' interest in STEAM and innovation, aligning with the project's goal to reduce early school dropout rates and support vulnerable pupils. Additionally, partners created a concise brochure outlining their inclusive practices in and beyond the classroom.
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- Project locations
- Project category
- Primary education
- Project year
Primary school Miloje Čiplić
Istituto Comprensivo Statale G.B. Nicolosi
IES Castillo de Luna
Kenan Cetinel Ortaokulu