Join the STE(A)M Learning Ecologies International Community

Are you an Open Schooling supporter and a STE(A)M education enthusiast? You might want to check out the STE(A)M Learning Ecologies!

The STE(A)M Learning Ecologies project has an ambitious purpose: to promote science education as part of local community development, engaging citizens of all ages in multiple problem-solving and community-centered and real-life challenges. This is made possible by the creation of STE(A)M-based open schooling local partnerships between formal, non-formal, and informal education providers, enterprises, and civil society.

Since its launch in January 2023, the project has made great strides to bring open schooling to multiple actors across Europe. The creation of a methodology, which would guide the development of the first SLEs, was the first stepping stone towards the realization of this ambitious plan. Since then, educators, researchers, professionals, experts, and policymakers joined their forces to test the methodology by giving life to the first 13 SLEs pilots around Europe. As these pilots come to an end, they will provide invaluable insights and direction for the wider diffusion of the project in more than 100 spaces.

If you are interested in the open schooling and STE(A)M education revolution, join the international community!

Join through this link.

You will receive updates on the latest project activities and results, participate in workshops and events on the topic, and become part of an engaged network of open schooling and science education enthusiasts from all over Europe.

About STE(A)M Learning Ecologies

STEAM Learning Ecologies (SLEs) is a 3-year EU-funded project (Horizon Europe) developing engaging open schooling-enabled science learning paths for all. We envision and embrace STE(A)M education as an overarching approach across STEM subjects and other non-STEM disciplines that can greatly infuse and increase interdisciplinarity, creativity, problem-solving, critical thinking, integration, and inclusiveness in school education and life-long learning. SLEs are coordinated by European Schoolnet in partnership with 12 organizations from different European countries. Ellinogermaniki Agogi is leading the SLEs Community and dialogue activities.

For more information about the SLEs, please contact and visit the project pages at: