All you need is code, also known as the European Coding Initiative, is a public-private partnership promoting coding and computational thinking at all levels of education.

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.

In the Europeana DSI-3 project, European Schoolnet builds on the work carried out in DSI-2 by organising and supporting a Developer Group of teachers.

The ITELab project, launched in January 2017, is a Knowledge Alliance project between higher education institutions and industry.

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.

The NESTT project aims to understand how students prefer to learn in formal, non-formal informal settings and how teachers can be trained to support their students' learning in these various settings.

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.

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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