CHOICE: Increasing young people’s motivation to choose STEM careers
through an Innovative Cross-disciplinary STE(A)M approach to education
CHOICE promotes the joint action of 9 organisations (non-profit, business, education institutions, advocacy network) across 5 European countries (Italy, Spain, Greece, Cyprus and Belgium) who will carry out a cross-disciplinary, bottom-up process leading to the production of innovative open educational resources (OERs) providing real-world examples regarding the implementation of STE(A)M approaches into teaching.
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CHOICE: Increasing young people’s motivation to choose STEM careers through an Innovative Cross-disciplinary STE(A)M approach to education
The main goal of the CHOICE project is to promote and improve STEM education at schools by designing innovative Open Educational Resources (OERs) collected in a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) that will increase the professional competences of teachers by equipping them with a STE(A)M approach of teaching.
CHOICE is in line with European initiatives and policies that aim to improve the education and training systems of Member States, responding to the need of life-long-learning based on innovation-driven approaches and to foster the acquisition of competences in sciences, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) taking into account their link to the arts, creativity and innovation and motivating more young people, especially girls and young women, to engage in STEM careers.
CHOICE is funded by the Erasmus+ Programme, under the action “KA3: Support for policy reform”
The duration of the project is 36 months (Start Date: 01/01/2020, End date: 31/12/2022)
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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission from the Erasmus+ Programme under grant agreement No 612849.
The European Commission's support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents, which reflect the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.