Girls' Day is a project based on organizing a yearly interactive open-doors day during which interested companies, universities, research institutions and museums receive high-school girl students in order to present their offer to them and
The aim of the PARRISE project is to collect and share existing best practices across Europe and develop learning tools, materials and in/pre-service training courses for science teachers based on the Socio-Scientific Inquiry-Based Learning (SSIBL)
The project is focused on discovering how, working with partners and researchers across different countries, educational professionals can use technology in formative assessment to help raise student attainment levels. The ultimate goal is to help
The KiiCS project gathers scientists and artists to bring science closer to society through artistic creativity. Interactions between art, science and new technologies stimulate new ideas to communicate science, foster innovation and improve the
The project's main goal is to create and promote a system in which research scientists, engineers, professional technicians and science students commit themselves to actively support primary school teachers and their pupils by becoming "scientific
The project aims to support teachers (in Poland) in teaching science through information and communication technologies (ICT) by training them and equipping schools with software tools and other resources.