SPACE is an international network project, building bridges between the worlds of Arts education and STEM education through working with trainee teachers in the delivery of innovative & interdisciplinary education models.
The project is funded by Erasmus +, and run by a strategic partnership of European organisations led by AP University College Antwerp. Other partners include: Stord Haugesund University College (SHUC) Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT) Curso de Musica Silva Monteiro (CMSM) Speel je wijs RESEO – European network for Opera and Dance Education (RESEO)
This publication written in French by Camille Pernelet (RESEO) was translated into English by Roshnara Corby for RESEO Spring Conference 2016.
The Open Football Club project, initiated in October 2014 by the FondAction du Football, offers a variety of civic and cultural activities to young players being trained in French professional football clubs. Faced with an only slim chance of succeeding as professional football players (8% of students will sign a professional contract), the young men often focus almost exclusively on football to maximize their chances of professional sporting success.
CREAT-IT is aimed at developing and supporting late primary and early secondary teachers' skills in science education. Integration of creative and cultural disciplines and social media tools into formal science teaching will form the basis of a new pedagogical methodology, focusing on bringing science, culture and technology under the umbrella of collaborative activities.