With the STEM School Label, school representatives will be able to evaluate their school via an online self-assessment tool according to the criteria defining a STEM School. This self-assessment tool will identify required areas of development and provide training and resources for applicant schools to improve their STEM activities at the school level.

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

Go-Lab created an infrastructure (the Go-Lab Portal) to provide access to online laboratories run by research centres and universities worldwide. These online labs can be used by universities, schools, instructors, students and lifelong learners to extend regular learning activities with scientific experiments, giving students a real experience of research work.

The objective of the project was to develop a methodology for evaluation of science fairs: European Schoolnet carried out a pilot evaluation of 5 European science fairs, the data was then be analysed in a research paper.

Next-Lab (Next Generation Stakeholders and Next Level Ecosystem for Collaborative Science Education with Online Labs) is a European follow-up project of Go-Lab, conducted by a larger part of the same project consortium and partners.

RRI tools fosters a new model for the relation between Science and Society in Europe. RRI Tools promote Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) in Europe with a view to a harmonious and efficient relationship between science and society.

Space Awareness is an international project for children and teenagers, striving to increase their enthusiasm and knowledge of science and technology using the exciting possibilities of space, and inspiring them to pursue a career in relation to space subjects.

The STEM Alliance – inGenious Education and industry, brings together industries, Ministries of Education and education stakeholders to promote Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education and careers to young Europeans and address anticipated future skills gaps within the European Union.

The overall objective of the SYSTEMIC project ("Say Yes to STEM In the Classroom") is to increase young Europeans' interest in maths, science, engineering and technology education and careers and to provide teachers with the appropriate pedagogical tools to enable them to teach STEM topics differently and in a more attractive way.

Scientix promotes teaching materials from STEM research projects, and supports Europe-wide collaboration among science and maths teachers, researchers, policymakers and other professionals in STEM education.

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