SPACE*Lab – Youth Education to Space Careers – develops an innovative methodology and new teaching practices for primary schools to promote interest and excellence in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). It’s addressed to students aged 6-14 in order to encourage them towards the new space careers, supporting teachers and school staff, including educators, to enhance their expertise with more involving approaches.
The project aims to stimulate and secure a long-standing partnership between civil society, represented by 3 NGOs, and the wider EU school community, creating an adaptable and flexible learning environment for future local policies.
Indeed, SPACE*Lab supports the promotion of STEM strategies in the national contexts involved, in particular with the schools in Greece, Cyprus, Spain and Italy and indirectly with the associated schools involved in Germany and Slovenia.
The second aim is to overcome the barriers faced by students, with migrant backgrounds or socio-economic difficulties or belonging to minorities, in accessing opportunities. Therefore it will contribute to creating more inclusive spaces to foster equity and equality and promote STEM for all.
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