Read the details about the STE(A)M IT MOOCs about integrated STEM education and enrol now!

Integrated STEM Teaching:

  1. for primary school teachers
  2. for secondary school teachers

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Project & funder(s) 

Scientix is funded under the European Union’s H2020 research and innovation programme, STE(A)M IT is funded under the European Union’s ERASMUS+ programme


The ‘Integrated STEM Teaching for primary school teachers’ MOOC is relevant to primary school teachers of all levels of experience who are interested in learning how to go from teaching isolated Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics classes, to a real integrated STEM teaching of these topics, not only among themselves but with all other disciplines. This MOOC will examine the opportunities offered by integrated STEM teaching and will provide many practical examples.

The ‘Integrated STEM Teaching for secondary school teachers’ MOOC aims to provide secondary school teachers with essential skills and knowledge to go from isolated Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics classes, to a real integrated STEM teaching of these topics. And not only among themselves but with all other disciplines. Furthermore, you will be able to explore exemplary STE(A)M integrated lesson plans created and tested by other teachers, and many more relevant resources.


In the ‘Integrated STEM Teaching’ MOOCs, participants will:

  • Learn how to use and apply the STE(A)M integrated teaching
  • Learn how to use real world challenges and STEM careers to contextualise STEM teaching and increase students’ engagement
  • Develop and implement STE(A)M integrated lesson plans combining 3-4 different subjects
  • Address with students a real-world challenge
  • Convert integrated STEM to teaching practices
  • ‘Integrated STEM Teaching’ MOOCs: 25 October – 2 December (5.5 weeks)
Estimated workload

3-5 hours per week

Target audience 

These courses are open to anyone willing to take them, but the main target audience are primary and secondary school teachers, and teacher trainers from Europe and beyond.

Pedagogical approach

The courses are organised around the principle of peer learning, with course content designed to stimulate reflection and discussion so that participants can learn from each other’s experiences and ideas. In order to complete the course, participants are required to submit a final course product (a learning scenario) and review their peers’ work. To facilitate peer learning, closed Facebook groups have been set up which are available here:

Integrated STEM Teaching,


No previous experience with the courses’ topic is required. A basic level of digital literacy is required in order to navigate the course and engage in the course community. Interaction via social media is not a requirement but recommended to improve the course experience.

The course is offered in English; participants must be able to understand education-specific oral and written communication and must be confident in expressing themselves and interacting in English writing.




The course will offer a digital badge and a digital certificate upon successful completion.

To obtain a special certificate a participant must complete the ‘STEM is Everywhere’ MOOC first and follow one of the ‘Integrated STEM Teaching’ MOOCs.

Teachers who already have the STEM Is everywhere MOOC certificate from 2018 are already eligible for the special certificate if they complete one of the Integrated STEM Teaching MOOCs.


‘Integrated STEM Teaching’ MOOCs,


The ‘Integrated STEM Teaching’ MOOCs for primary and secondary school teachers are co-funded by the STE(A)M IT and Scientix 4 projects. STE(A)M IT have received funding from the European Union’s ERASMUS+ programme (Grant agreement 612845-EPP-1-2019-1- BE-EPPKA3-PI-FORWARD), coordinated by European Schoolnet (EUN). The content of the document is the sole responsibility of the organizer and it does not represent the opinion of the European Union or the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency, which are not responsible for any use that might be made of the information contained.



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We have some exciting news for the STEM education sphere! With the launch of the new STE(A)M IT portal, schools, teachers, career advisors, industry representatives and policymakers have now a dedicated space to work together on promoting innovative and integrated approaches to STE(A)M education!

The new STE(A)M IT portal will gather a community of experts and provide tools and guidelines to ensure that future citizens will be ready to tackle any issues in society, in a collaborative, critical and efficient way!

What can you find on the STE(A)M IT portal?

Tools and guidelines for educational stakeholders
To get students to see the interest of STEM degrees and careers, STE(A)M IT will provide schools, teachers, and career counsellors with ready to use materials! On the website, users will be able to explore the 7 integrated STEM Learning Scenarios for Secondary education (12 – 16 years old) and 4 for Primary education (6 to 11 years old) created by the STE(A)M IT focus group teachers!
Users will also have access to a repository of STEM jobs profiles and guidelines on how to present STEM jobs in classrooms!

STE(A)M IT is more than just a catalogue of resources!

It is a collaborative environment and a platform for exchange for actors of STEM education in Europe. As the project progresses, teachers will have the opportunity to collaborate, ask for best practice and advice, and share their experience about developing integrated STEM teaching materials. As for career advisors, they will be able to use the network of career advisors’ space as a mean to exchange and increase their understanding of emerging STEM careers and the skills needed for these careers.

The 1st European integrated STE(A)M reference framework for policymakers and schools
STE(A)M IT is an Erasmus+ project which aspires to create the first reference framework for integrated STE(A)M education in Europe! Based on research on the topic and the contributions from the project stakeholders, STE(A)M IT will develop, test, and define the 1st reference framework for STE(A)M education. The framework will be published on the website in 2022. Stay posted to learn more about the development of the framework!

Curious to know more? The best way to discover all the possibilities offered by the new STE(A)M IT portal, is yet to visit the website!

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The leader of our team, Dr. Zacharias Zacharia in the presentation of the pilot implementation of the STEM program in nine Primary Schools! The event took place in the presence of the Minister, Mr Costas Hambiaouris and the Minister, Mrs Vassiliki Anastasiadou.
For more information, visit the following link, where you can read an interview of Dr Zacharia:

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Are you a teacher? Do you want to enrich your classes with exciting experiments and appealing demonstrations? Do you want your students to get hands-on experience of doing science? Then join the Go-Lab Initiative and find out how to use the Go-Lab Ecosystem!
We will train you in using the online labs and the authoring tool Graasp, help you create inquiry-based learning scenarios for your classes and implement these scenarios in personalized Inquiry Learning Spaces (ILSs). You will get access to the online labs and use them together with your students! You will also have the opportunity to become a Go-Lab Expert Teacher and receive extra recognition for your acquired skills!
Participation is possible at any time until January 2020. Would you like to receive more information on the project? Then get in touch with your local representative to find out more about the events and opportunities in your country and to become a Go-Lab Teacher!
You are also welcome to join the online Go-Lab community (if you don't have a Graasp account yet, please first sign up here, so you can proceed to the community registration form).
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Latest updates from MoPED Project:

Training meeting of the participants of the MoPED project at the University of Cyprus, on June 4 – June 8, 2018.

Participants were involved in various topics: “Thinking outside the box” or “The Black-box” activity, Use of Go-Lab to promote inquiry-based learning, Teaching with Technology in Higher Education, The Use of Digital Technologies in Mathematics Education, Educational Technological Tools “glide” in Field Trips, The study and integration of digital practices in literacy courses, The use of Blackboard e-education platform for course management, The use of the Blackboard Platform during the Field Placement Program of Student Teachers, Computer Science Applications in the Teaching of Science in Elementary School, The use of Videos during the Field Placement Program of Student Teachers. The visiting study was aimed at introducing the participants to modern innovative teaching instruments in higher education.

Training meeting of the participants of the MoPED project delivered by the University of Cyprus, that held from May 13 to May 16, 2019, at the South Ukrainian National Pedagogical University named after K.D. Ushynsky, Ukraine.

Participants were engaged with several activities: Hands-on Inquiry Activities, Go-Lab Ecosystem and inquiry learning: Inquiry cycle and Go-Lab inquiry apps, Transformation of the Hands-on Inquiry Activities into ILSs, Collaboration and Cooperation with Go-Lab, What is Critical Thinking and Strategies for Teaching Critical Thinking Skills, The use of the Blackboard Platform during the Field Placement Program of Student Teachers, The use of Videos During the Field Placement Program of Student Teachers.

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