The Erasmus+ project roboSTEAMkids (Upgrading Early Childhood Education and care through the digital upskilling of teachers and the introduction of an inclusive steam and robotics programme) kick-off meeting was held on the 23rd of November in Warsaw, Poland. All partners physically participated in the meeting and had the chance to meet each other for the first time.
During the meeting, partners discussed the project’s future steps and set respective deadlines. Quality Assurance and Dissemination Plans were also explained among the consortium. Moreover, partners further argued on the project’s results and more specifically on the Result 1 that has already started.
The Erasmus+ KA2 project called roboSTEAMkids aims to advance the digital transformation in Early Childhood Education through the integration of innovative pedagogies in teaching through STEAM Education and Educational Robotics and the involvement of all actors associated with the learning of children such as teachers, assistants, parents, and support staff. Therefore, transnational cooperation between key actors is exceptionally needed to ensure a whole-school approach to achieving high-quality project results.