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Welcome to the G.A.STEM project

The G.A.STEM project is funded, by the European Commission through the Finnish National Agency for the Erasmus+ Programme, with the aim to improve motivation in scientific study through the use of “Art-works” supporting student creativity development and more awareness of their applications in everyday life.


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Arts and Mini-Game Course_Extended Registration

Call for online training course “Art and mini-games” for secondary school teachers! The aim of the course is to promote mathematics and science study through the use of art and mini-games concept development.

Discover and test the methodology and the tools created by the G.A.STEM project team. Participation is free of charge. Because of COVID-19, we still take late registrations until the end of 2020, and all teachers are invited. Please compile the application form available at:

More info: [email protected]


The G.A.STEM project on Scientix

The training course "Art and Mini-Games", created in the framework of G.A. STEM project, is currently promoted by Scientix, the community for science education in Europe ( The training course aims at testing the methodology and the tools developed to support Mathematics and Science study. The target group of this training is school secondary teachers from Finland, Italy, Belgium and Estonia.


“STEM Education through Arts and mini-games" Webinar

In the framework of European initiative STEM Discovery Campaign 2020, EU-Track Association, in collaboration with Institute Comprensivo “Maria Montessori” of Terracina will organize the webinar “STEM Education through Arts and mini-games”. The webinar will take place on April, 15th at 15.00 (GMT+1) and it will be hosted by Scientix. This event is addressed to headmasters, teachers and all people interested to disseminate and promote STEM. It will be an opportunity to learn about the tools and methodology developed by the G.A.STEM project team and to know how teachers and students can participate in the testing phase planned.

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