The Erasmus+ “Science 4 all” project is focused on an exchange of good practice in teaching and learning science and mathematics subjects as well as their coincidence with labour market and entrepreneurship. The European Commission is not responsible for any uploaded or submitted content. Such content expresses the views of its author(s) only.
The results of the project “Science 4 all” are divided into two groups: outputs produced during and on completion the partnership and outcomes, which are measurable changes that will take place in the partner schools. Results are built on in order to be adapted to the needs of partner schools, transferred to new areas, prolonged beyond the funding period and used to influence future policies and practices.
Partners will organise events or competitions in the field of science, mathematics or labour market, professional development events/workshops for teachers of partner schools and video-conferences between project partners. Teachers will plan and conduct innovative lessons based on good practice in partner schools and recommendations of educational institutions. Thanks to rules of new mathematics contest wide groups of pupils will become motivated to learn this subject. Pupils will also participate in workshops or events organised by educational or science institutions, labour market guidance, counselling and coaching, as well as workshops on “Entrepreneurship and economy”. They will plan and do science experiments. School communities will have the opportunity to see exhibitions on mathematics, science or professions in school halls. Besides the results mentioned above, the following outputs will also be produced:
• “Weather stations” built near partner schools and an educational project on weather in partner countries,
• Slide presentations introducing the partner schools,
• Films “24h of my life in 2 minutes”,
• Report “Partnership. Key Findings & Recommendations”,
• Mini-dictionary with basic terms in language of the partner schools and languages of some other nations attending to schools,
• e-museum on mathematics, science and professions,
• Videos “Scientific experiments”,
• “Dream story of my life” - a collection of imagined students’ biographies,
• Posters about the project,
• A collection of puzzles and exercises - digital tasks created with ICT tools and apps,
• Online e-magazines.
All outputs are available for free use of anyone interested in them (Creative Commons license). The use of open licences Creative Commons for pedagogical content published on the project website provides a common legal framework for using, modifying, and disseminating the content.
Last editor: Urszula Utnicka