Funded by the European Union. Grant Agreement nº 2023-1-PT01-KA220-SCH-000156428

Period: December 2023 – January 2026

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SoundScapesSonification Environments for STEAM Learning -proposes an innovative STEAM approach with an emphasis on Arts, where students design and use a sonification environment, which converts numeric data related to school curricula into sound. This approach aims to increase student engagement and motivation and to promote an inclusive environment, where they learn through exploring the hearing sense (especially relevant for the visually impaired) and communicate and connect with each other through the universal language that is Music.

The project offers training opportunities and workshops for teachers and students to implement and support the design, building and application of sonification environments. The goal is to increase their competence profile and digital readiness, developing skills as programming, electronics, sensors, microcontrolers, etc., and increasing their motivation and interest in school and in STEAM. An online environment will support and foster the global maker and European Citizenship values, by promoting the sharing of projects, challenges and solutions between the transnational participating groups.

Coordination: InovLabs (Portugal)

Partners: NUCLIO (Portugal), Ellinogermaniki Agogi (Greece), University of Deusto (Spain).

More information on the project website:
https://soundscapes.nuclio.org/