The Schools Tune Into Mars (STIM) project aims to improve effective and quality teaching of mathematics, science, engineering and technology (STEM) disciplines at secondary level and to increase young Europeans' knowledge, skills and interest in STEM education.

The European Film Factory is an ambitious project that aims to support film literacy by giving teachers and their students (11 to 18 years old) the unique opportunity to participate actively in film education.

Assess@Learning is a European policy experimentation which aims to support the systemic uptake of Digital Formative Assessment (DFA) practices in schools.

With Europe's shortage of STEM skilled labour force, there is a real need for innovative approaches to demystify science, increase the motivation of the pupils towards STEM subjects and offer teacher training into new ways of introducing science in the classroom.

EU Code Week is a grass-roots movement that celebrates creativity, problem-solving and collaboration through programming and other tech activities. The idea is to make programming more visible, to show young, adults and elderly how you bring ideas to life with code, to demystify these skills and bring motivated people together to learn. In 2018 EU Code Week takes place between 6 and 21 October.

Amgen Teach provides secondary life science teachers in Europe with meaningful professional development opportunities through a new pilot science education programme.

Under the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF), European Schoolnet is developing and maintaining – on behalf of the European Commission a Better Internet for Kids (BIK) core service platform.

The eSafety Label (eSL) is a Europe-wide accreditation and support service for schools, aiming to provide a secure, enriching environment with safe access to online technology as part of the teaching and learning experience.

eTwinning is the community for schools in Europe. eTwinning offers a platform for staff (teachers, head teachers, librarians, etc.), working in a school in one of the European countries involved, to communicate, collaborate, develop projects, share and, in short, feel and be part of the most exciting learning community in Europe.

Over the years, Safer Internet Day (SID) has become a landmark event in the online safety calendar. Safer Internet Day (SID) is organised by Insafe in February of each year to promote safer and more responsible use of online technology and mobile phones, especially among children and young people across the world.

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