STEM aims to develop teachers and educators’ competences, especially integrated STEM teaching skills, based on collaborative problem solving, sharing experiences among countries involved in the project. In addition, the projects aim to evaluate students’ performance in mathematics, science and financial literacy, performance in problem-solving and reading.
This project aims at strengthening STEM skills for the blind in consortium countries and other European countries, through developing the necessary intellectual and tangible outputs for the visually impaired students, as well as their teachers, so as to motivate them create STEM based projects and improve technology and digital skills, while favouring opportunities for participation, social inclusion and interaction with their classmates.
Eurosuccess Consulting coordinates the DIGIPRO – Digital Tools for Digital Challenges Erasmus+ project, a response to the increasing use of digital technologies in children which often exposes them to cyberbullying and hate-speech. The aim of the project is to contribute in tackling such toxic phenomena by using digital tools, by listening to the point of view of the children, by promoting co-education and creating an alliance among schools, families and other institutions.
The kINesis E+ Sport project focuses on the social inclusion of school children from vulnerable target groups through sports. More specifically, this project aims to the cooperation between schools and community-based organisations, as well as in the involvement of intermediary organisations such as local authorities, NGOs and sports clubs. The overall goal of kINesis project is to train physical education teachers who have not received any training related to the specificities that are included in the management of such vulnerable groups of children.
The PRO-LEARN project responds to the Europe 2020 priorities in the area of education and training, youth and early school leaving in the context of globalization and labour market integration. As EC stated in its communication on tackling early school leaving & COM(2011) 18 final, education and training systems often do not provide sufficient targeted support for pupils to cope with emotional, social or educational difficulties and to remain in education and training.
The guidEU project responds to the Europe 2020 priorities in the area of education and training, youth and early school leaving in the context of globalization, free cross-border movement of workers and labour market integration.
The project De-Schooling In School: Re-shaping school practices to bring motivation, grit and choice in disadvantaged youth learning is a KA2 Erasmus + project with the main objective to move away from traditional education methods, thus the reference to de-schooling, and move toward new and innovative learning methods and practices which can offer motivation and choice to the students. These innovative learning practices will be relevant to the labour market and will be extracted from specific research. They will equip the students with 21st century skills, such as entrepreneurial skills, to become competent when entering the labour market.