image This publication presents a collection of best practices which were highlighted by the STEM School Label project from the launch of the online platform in April 2019 up to July 2020.

During these 16 months of experience, 1,880 schools joined the STEM School Label. 545 schools received the Competent Label and seven reached the Proficient Label.

As first concrete results from the project, the schools joining the initiative highlighted that the STEM School Label strongly encourages collaborations between schools and with other organisations. It also provides them with a framework to develop their own STEM strategy at the school level and so helps them improve their own practice.

Finally, it has also been shown by the numerous good examples of Case Studies and School Practice Evidence submitted on the platform and in the networking events that were organised, that the STEM School Label encourages sharing experiences about STEM education among schools.

Noëlle Billon and Eleni Myrtsioti (European Schoolnet), Gisela Oliveira and Filipe Carmo (Ciencia Viva), Eglė Vaivadienė (National Agency for Education), Elena Iuliani and François Bernier (Maison pour la science en Alsace), Petar Laušević (Centre for the Promotion of Science).
educational authorities, policy makers, researchers, teachers
STEM, STEM Education
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