STEAME: newsletter from February 2024

The STEAME TEACHER FACILITATORS ACADEMY project, under the auspices of ERASMUS+, stands as a beacon of innovation in the realm of teacher education across Europe. Bringing together a consortium of 14 diverse organizations spanning 9 countries, this initiative represents a collaborative endeavor aimed at reshaping educational paradigms.

Recent strides in the project’s journey include the convening of virtual meetings, serving as platforms for robust discussions on project progression. These gatherings foster an environment of collaboration and idea exchange, essential for steering the project towards its ambitious goals. Central to the project’s mission is the development of Learning and Creativity Plans tailored for educators. These plans serve as comprehensive frameworks designed to inspire and empower teachers in the integration of STEAME activities into their classrooms.

As part of its commitment to knowledge dissemination and community building, the project is spearheading workshops and roundtable events. These gatherings provide invaluable opportunities for stakeholders to engage directly, sharing insights, best practices, and project outcomes. Through collaborative efforts, participants contribute to the cultivation of sustainable networks, essential for the long-term impact of the project.

In addition to these events, the project hosts a series of free webinars, offering educators and enthusiasts a deeper dive into STEAME education topics. Led by experts in the field, these sessions provide a platform for knowledge exchange and professional development, equipping participants with the tools and insights necessary to excel in STEAME pedagogy.

Moreover, the project’s involvement in past events such as the Cyprus STEAME Festival and international conferences underscores its commitment to broader engagement and dissemination of knowledge. By showcasing its initiatives on these platforms, the project not only amplifies its impact but also fosters dialogue and collaboration on a global scale.

This information can be found in the second newsletter, in attachment.