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Introduction to the course:

The course offers a holistic professional development of educators into STE(A)M education tutors, designers and orchestrators. In this regard, they shall develop competences in the following areas:

Who is this course for:

The course is addressed to

The learners must hold a Bachelor's degree (EQF 6 or higher) or be in the last year of their studies. Any working experience in the educational sector will be helpful but is not compulsory.

What will you achieve?

The course addresses the needs of the educators and managers/directors at all levels of education to understand, adapt, apply and create modern STE(A)M educational procedures and practices so that to enhance the effectiveness and acceptance of short and long term educational processes. The main learning goals can be summarized in the following:

  1. Understand and use STE(A)M education approach.
  2. Develop STE(A)M activity, course and design competences.
  3. Develop digital educational content creation competences
  1. Develop procedure and resource management competences.
  2. Develop community building and interaction skills.
  3. Develop lifelong learning skills.

Structure of the course:

A provisional schedule of the course is given below.

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This course was developed by:

CTI "Diophantus", Greece / DAISSy Research Group

Stati Generali dell’Innovazione – SGI, Italy

Colectic, Spain

PDEDE / Ministry of Education Lifelong Learning and Religious Affairs, Greece


Helliwood, 21st Century Competence Centre, Germany

Educating for an Open Society Romania Foundation (EOS), Romania

in the framework of the European Erasmus Plus project


This project has been funded with the support of the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union under grant agreement No 612911.
This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Agency and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
Agreement n°: 612911 Project n°: 612911-EPP-1-2019-1-EL-EPPKA3-PI-FORWARD

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