The Project Partners cooperate closely and work collaboratively to ensure that STEAMING is a successful project. Our project partners in Ireland, Croatia, Greece, Norway and Portugal have been committed to the project which each partner contributing reports, case studies, videos and resources for the project.  The greatest benefit however has been the frequent online project meetings which have witnessed tremendous collaboration, learning and sharing. The cooperation between the partners resulted in the organisation of a very successful online Learning, Teaching and Training event in November 2021 which involved teachers and students from over 60 schools across the partner countries. The project aims to host two live training courses for teachers in 2022 in addition to an international STEAM conference and five further professional development sessions for participants from the partner organisations. A comprehensive STEAM resource back for teachers will also be produced and made available on the project website.

Our involvement with the Erasmus+ STEAMING Project has provided wonderful opportunities to develop our understanding of STEAM, to engage in professional development and to showcase STEAM teaching and learning in Schools. The project has given us a wonderful vehicle to collaborate on STEAM methodologies, resources and ideas and to consider how to collate and disseminate these ideas to the wider teaching audiences in Ireland, Croatia, Greece, Norway and Portugal.

The STEAMING project has been funded by the European Commission through the Erasmus + programme. The European Commission's support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents, which reflect the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.