“Those who make a distinction between entertainment and education may not know that education must be fun to be educational and fun.”
Children and young people are less and less interested in scientific and technical subjects and one of the reasons is certainly related to the way in which they are taught in schoolsthe SEED project, this fits the criticià seeking new tools to increase students’ interest.
Documentation produced by teachers about teaching practices and experiences of local job-shadowing will provide an opportunity to deepen mutual understanding and improve the professional preparation of teachers. These activities will provide the basis for the adaptation and testing of new approaches, tools and content partners in each region, in order to evaluate the effectiveness and transferability. The ultimate goal is to have a series of downloadable content already tested and validated in order to be further developed and disseminated in the wider European context.