Call for entries: describe your STEAM activities!


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June 14, 2023



Do you run a STEAM activity in a European country? We would like to hear more about it!

You may be formally employed as a teacher in a STEM/STEAM subject, or maybe you are an educator, artist or creative who offers STEAM activities to you audience. No matter if your role is somewhere in between, or even outside science, arts and education: If you run STEAM practices, we are interested in knowing more about them.

Your contributions will help us – the Road-STEAMer consortium – to map and analyse existing STEAM practices across Europe.  We encourage you to fill in our new survey, which should take you about 15 minutes of your time.

Go to the survey

Please try to fill in the survey in English, as this will help with data processing and analysis. Don’t worry if your written English is not perfect, the content is what we care about! However, if writing in English poses a major obstacle to you, then feel free to use a different language (preferably French or Spanish), and we will still take your activity into consideration.

If you run more than one activity, please fill in the questionnaire again for each activity, but skip questions 3 and 4 after the first submission.

If you need any further information, or if you have questions or concerns, please reach out to [email protected]

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