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Outputs and Recommendations on arts and mini - games in STEM Education

This section provides access to a report describing all the activities realized and the outputs reached during the piloting phase: training course in e-platform (for teachers), study projects development (by students).

It analyses the results achieved and provides a comparison of the expected and the achieved results taking into all piloting activities finalized. In detail, it describes the performances reached by students, in terms of knowledge, skills and competences developed.

In addition, the report describes the best practices implemented in the schools involved, the study projects developed by the students and a collection of recommendations underlining the strengths and the weaknesses related to future implementation.

The Report – in English and in all partners’ countries – is available below:
Below you can find two videos produced during the realization of study projects developed by students

Project work students' presentation
IIS "Marconi-Guarasci" of Rogliano (Cs)
Class II C Liceo Scientifico Scienze Applicate (Italy)

Project work students' presentation
Sint-Lievenscollege Ghent (Belgium)

Below you can find a Best Practices’ Report in combining STEM, art and mini-games