Technology continues to dominate much of our daily lives.To be able to compete worldwide, Europe needs more highly skilled technicians. We need to use the talents we have available, especially the talents of women. The current low participation of women in STEM fields is a problem for most European countries.In the Erasmus+ KA2 project GirlsTech this theme is addressed. Eight countries share their knowledge to improve their own policies. The project is not about developing a new universal tool, but to focus on peer learning activities, to find out which approaches might be suitable for the participating countries.
8 meetings for all participants (Skype in between)
8 documents (one from each country) : each country provides a document with the featured GPs and the program of their meeting
8 reflection reports; after each meeting 1 report with the reflections of each country regarding the program and tools
toolbox of procedures and instruments as used in the participating countries
1 final report; containing the above mentioned documents and general conclusions and recommendations
Publication of the final report on the website of INNOTECS and the website of the project partner websites.