STEM#4TeenGirls is a KA229 program aimed to support women careers in science, technology, engineering and maths fields. The project promotes exchanges between pupils and teachers from Italy, Czech Republic, Spain. One of the stereotypes in European Education Systems is that women aren’t good in STEMs; which determinates a gender gap both within educational paths, both in the orientation choices about future and career. The project aims: to break stereotypes about Girls in STEMs; to promote social inclusion by activities based on specific teaching strategies to engage females, so to really close the gender gap in STEM fields.

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