The digital revolution is transforming every part of the world as we know it, shaping the way we live, work, communicate, learn and have fun, driving us to the 4th Industrial Revolution. In this rapidly changing technology-driven digital world, the students need not only to develop Digital Capabilities (DigComp 2.0) but also to develop basic skills of programming, computational thinking, critical thinking, creativity and social/emotional intelligence. STEM education is the most indicated method to help students make connections between the classroom and the world around them and solve real-life problems. We will introduce students to the BBC micro:bit or other robotic kits (which have sensors and can be programmed) and the possibilities of those technologies. They will learn about the Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and the safe use of the Internet. The students will work on their own projects and on the collaborative tasks with peers from other countries.