The “CREATEskills” project was designed to develop and implement innovative practices, tools, and methodologies in primary schools for the establishment of STEM studio classrooms.
This improved the quality and relevance of the learning process in primary education and increased the attractiveness of STEM subjects.
Through hands-on activities based on the logic of social learning theory, “CREATEskills” fostered the development of 21st-century skills among students. The target group was primary school students (6-12 years of age), teachers, and parents.
The project also aimed to reach out to the wider community, science-related researchers and organizations, establishing a bridge between schools and work environments.