European Project enhancing skills in STEM subjects through Arts and Mini-Games

Second Transnational Meeting

Pixel participated in the second meeting of the European project entitled G.A. STEM - Enhancing STEM skills through arts and mini-games, which was held on 15 – 16 May 2019 in Tallinn (Estonia). The European project entitled G.A. STEM was funded by the European Commission in the framework of the Erasmus+ Programme, KA2 - Strategic Partnership in the field of School Education. The European project was written and coordinated by University of Turku based in Turku (Finland) and involves Pixel in the transnational partnership. The G.A. STEM aims at improving motivation in scientific study through the use of “Art-works” as supporter in student creativity development and more awareness of their applications in everyday life. During the second meeting, the European project partners finalized the first deliverable, the Framework to Integrate Art in STEM using Digital Games. In addition, the European project partners started discussing the organization of the second deliverable to be produced, the Art and Mini-Games course to be addressed to both teachers and students. More information about the European project entitled G.A. STEM is available at: