The overall aim of the project is to develop a STEAM roadmap for science education in Horizon Europe. This plan of action will provide guidance to EU’s key funding programme for research and innovation on how to encourage more interest in STEM using artistic approaches, involving creative thinking and applied arts (the “A” in ‘STEAM’).
The consortium aims to provide Europe with this roadmap, through:
The originality of Road-STEAMer resides in its overall approach to the development of the STEAM roadmap that will triangulate the knowledge gained from the stakeholder engagement and the analysis of the STEAM practices with the knowledge produced from the analysis of the current educational policies, contexts and frameworks.
This first policy brief aims to convey the results of the first year of the Road-STEAMer project to policy makers.
ESHA has participated at the kick-off meeting of the RoadSTEAMER – Developing a STE(A)M Roadmap for Science Education in Horizon Europe project on the 13th of September, 2022.
Take the opportunity to share your practices and contribute to a dynamic map that will serve as a valuable resource for educators, researchers, and policymakers across Europe.