About the project

STEM in Action; Open Educational Resources for Teachers is a project that brings together 7 organizations from Turkey, Belgium, Romania, Ireland, Germany, Croatia and Greece with a shared goal of providing free and accessible STEM education for teachers. The project is based on the belief that STEM is the key to unlocking a world of possibilities for children, and its goal is to empower educators with the tools and resources they need to make a real difference in their classrooms. 

The project is part of the Erasmus+ program and has the objective of promoting the open access of project outputs to support learning, teaching, training, and youth work. Additionally, the project supports that a common purpose is to ensure that skills and qualifications can be more easily recognized and are better understood, within and across national borders. 

The project offers online and face-to-face STEM courses that are designed to help teachers acquire the skills they need to excel in STEM education. These courses are tailored to the specific needs of preschool, primary, and branch teachers and are based on STEM methodology. The courses are flexible and collaborative, allowing teachers to learn at their own pace and schedule. 

The project also provides a wide range of resources, including curriculum materials and virtual courses, to help teachers stay up-to-date with the latest trends in STEM education. 

Project Objectives


To exchange good practice across the partner countries through learning raids.


To provide tools, methodologies and approaches to facilitate the acquisition of needed skills with collaborative learning and teaching environments in STEM.


To increase interest of educators about the priorities to gain the competences that they need around STEM education.


To develop collaborative partnership between schools and the universities in formal, nonformal and informal learning at the aim of strengthening the profile(s) of the teaching profession EU countries.


To develop a website incorporating good practices including curriculum materials across partners and avirtual courses for teachers.


To produce a range of curriculum materials in STEM area for teachers’ usage•to upskill teachers in each partner county including knowledge.


To impact on pre-schools, primary, elementary, high schools, VET and university students career choices.