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GEOschools (2011-2013) aimed to provide advice, teaching aids, instruments and other support for teaching geoscience in secondary schools.
NetS-EU (2010-2013) aims to collect, elaborate, diffuse and exploit ways of applying non-formal methods and the inquiry-based learning approach to science education at school.
TALETE (2011-2013) intends to develop innovative pedagogical tools (serious games and machinima) for learning and teaching maths in two environments: e-learning and 3D world.
Pilots (2008-2010) centred around the role of explainers in science centres and museums by developing European training courses and by research on the role of explainers.
iCamp – the Educational Web for higher education in Europe for collaboration and social networking across systems, countries and disciplines.
A network for teachers engaged in "Science on Stage", developing teacher courses and promoting science-school collaboration.
pSkills aims at making programming courses in secondary education viable, attractive and effective by leveraging recent advances in education programming languages.
The aim of FUSENET was to establish a European fusion education network for education in fusion science and technology, in order to increase, enhance and broaden fusion training and education activities in Europe.
PlaSciGardens developed teaching resources in plant science and established a strong network of educators and researchers in botany.