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The Schools in partnership (“M. Polo - R. Bonghi” State High School in Assisi, “Mechanics and Electrotechnics Technology Professional”High School in Lovech,“Mehmet Kemal Coşkunöz Mesleki Ve Teknik Anadolu Lisesi”in Bursa and “Šolski Center Novo Mesto”) try keeping up with technological developments, as it emerges from the suggested Educational Offer to their learners, aimed at guiding them towards future changesand by the equipments the laboratories have gradually equipped themselves with.

The European Union has defined a “Digital Education Action Plan” for the integration of technologies in Education, for the purpose of pursuing 3 objectives:
- to improve the use of digital technology for teaching and learning in schools;
- to promote the development of digital skills and competences;
- to improve Education through better data analysis and forecasting.

In the near future, 90% of jobs will require e-skills, so it is important that education systems provide the required qualifications.
Cooperation at European level will help to start the exchange on possible responses to emerging challenges that transcend national boundaries regarding technological trends such as artificial intelligence, automation and robotics.

From the awareness that education and training systems must be adapted to the digital age “R.O.B.E.: impRove knOwledge By stEm” originates from, that will comprise the cooperation of the partner schools to implement a proposal that will allow 112 learners enrolled in the Two-year Period of Technological and IT High Schools to undertake a path of international exchange about STEM methodologies and technologies.

It will be understood, therefore, the importance of improving competitiveness in the field of science, technology and development.
Thanks to the mobility for a total of 7 days (5 days for ‘LTTAs’ and 2 travel days), the following specific objectives will be achieved:
- to achieve innovative knowledge about Automation and Home Automation, Plant Engineering, IT, Robotics;
- to achieve skills through learning modes related to Distance Learning;
- to improve multilingual comprehension and communication skills, both in written and oral form;
- to enhance EU key competences related to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) subjects;
- to initiate internationalization processes;
- to improve digital competences;
- to improve transversal competences such as Entrepreneurship, Creativity, Team Working, Problem Solving, Design.

At the same time, Schools will achieve the following objectives:
- internationalization of the educational offer;
- exchange of good educational practices;
- fight to early school leaving;
- update of teachers' educational and linguistic skills;
- to improve the design skills of the school staff.

The creation of “R.O.B.E.” local network will be an opportunity for the schools in partnership for continuing along the path of cooperation, creating a long-lasting twinning,with the aim of promoting training of excellence regarding STEM subjects.

The Schools will encourage learners to create video-lessons in foreign languages to be shared online with international partners, which can be used as a support for teaching and self-learning.

It will be created an annual competition for encouraging the launch of new projects and new proposals, also from international groups of learners, who, cooperating together on eTwinning, will use their skills and abilities in the STEM field. The competition will allow the inception of new outputs to be disseminated in order to promote schools that will be able to act, in an international way, as virtuous Training agencies, able to develop high skills and abilities among their learners. The competition will be extended on eTwinning to new Schools, in order to increase the international cooperation network.

The Schools will also create paths dedicated to female students, often unwilling to undertake a specialization in the framework of STEM subjects, both on eTwinning and through extracurricular paths or through distance learning.

The latter can be used to allow learners, especially those with fewer opportunities, to take part in highly training and specialized sessions.
“R.O.B.E.: impRove knOwledge By stEm” will therefore be the starting point for a constant and continuous cooperation that can be an example for local and international Schools that will decide to start an international cooperation path and use the methodology of DistanceLearning, or didactics through eTwinning, to allow their learners to achieve full educational success.