Inclusive Terminology

The consortium took into account the follow obstacles: In InSTEAM we aim directly (3), (5) and (6), i.e., high/low achievers, gender balance and cultural aspects, and indirectly (1), (2) and (4), particularly, minorities, immigrants and refugees, remote or rural areas as well as people with a low income. It means that six out of eight […]


Despite the COVID-19 quarantine the inSTEAM met for alternative online transnational projects meeting. The consortium discussed the inquiry-based approach for inSTEAM lessons in cooperation with social inclusion. The consortium reviewed design criteria and templates for the development of the inquiry learning lessons (or ILS) according to four different impacts – scientific, social-economic, open schooling, and […]

InSTEAM kick-off meeting

The first Transnational meeting took place 10-11 Dec., 2019 at the University of Deusto. The consortium has reorganized and discussed the new work plan. Partners has discussed a strategic execution plan for Intellectual Output 2 (O2), incorporating O1 and O3, and Multiplier Events; impact O2 on local, regional and transnational levels;  plans on quality assurance, […]