We have been very happy to kick-off the newly approved FIT-Fairness in Teaching project. Funded in the framework of the ERASMUS+ project, it aims at extending the competencies framework and assessment tools of fairness in STEM teaching from gender to an intersectional approach including both primary and secondary school levels, and developing training sessions (online as face-to-face) and a Community of practices, so that it will become a reference for School education. It will also include a co-design process and co-creative testing of those standards and assessment tools as well as web interfaces of a multilingual platform that provides recommendations of fair teaching materials, tools and good practices.
Led by LIST The Luxembourg Institute of Technology, the consortium includes WIDE (Women in Digital Empowerment), Frederick University from Cyprus, GIP Formation tout au long de la vie (France) and of course the Smart Venice team. We look forward to contributing to this 3 years-long journey that will allow us to continue working on gender equality in education expanding to intersectionality and with an amazing group of partners. the hybrid meeting was really successful: Covid-19 didn’t stop us and it won’t !