WATT IN STEAM Women as Trainer Teachers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematic
The project WATT in STEAM is trying to find successful strategies to combat the current and predicted future shortage of teachers by focusing on strategies that makes a career choice for becoming a STEM teacher more attractive for women.
The project foresees a transnational meeting based on peer learning in every country to learn about good practices and to discuss the possibilities of a transfer of innovation to another partner country region.
The project involves 10 partners based in 7 EU countries: Netherlands, Iceland, Belgium, Finland, Germany, Portugal, Italy.
Project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union