The first meeting was held in Burgh-Haamstede, Netherlands at the premises of Prowork, coordinator of the project.
Partners from Belguim, Portugal, Spain, Czech Republic, Bolgaria, Slovenia and Poland were familiriased with plan of work and distribution of tasks was done.
Second meeting in Prague
On 27th March 2019 the second transnational meeting was held. Partners discussed about next steps in the process of project work.
Staff training in Burgh-Haamstede
Between 15th and 19th July Pro Work organised staff training in Burgh-Hamstede, Netherlands.
The subject of the project is to create an attractive and effective way of teaching science by an innovative model. In particular physics, biology, chemistry, geology, environmental and others like astronomy.
The model will draw pupils` attention on science in a simple way with the purpose to discover/stimulate and develop their talents. The model will be tested and evaluated in each partner country.
One of the aims of the project is also to asses the evolution of science learning through the course of the project and explore the possibilities of big data analysis to help develop interesting and methodological inovative scientific curricula.