This School Collaboration is fully funded under the International Visegrad Fund, with the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) and ScienceScope being project supporters. The Collaboration is taking place in V4 countries only, including Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia.


Teaching and learning STEM embedded in real life scenarios have to start at an early education level. Our societies face a technological revolution where IoT, Big Data, and AI provide solutions that tackle global challenges, including climate change, food security or – as we see in the current scenario – pandemic outbreaks. Hence, it is crucial to stimulate students’ curiosity in these subjects and possible future professional career paths, and to highlight the role of science for societal progress.

The project ‘IoT, Big Data and AI: Innovating STEM Teaching through Strengthening Teacher Professionalisation’ is a 4-month long hands-on training programme for teachers on IoT, Big Data & AI-related teaching in secondary schools: on a pedagogical, curriculum & technical level.

Schools in V4 countries are provided with cutting-edge technological equipment that focuses on environmental and climate change monitoring. All participating schools are connected through one common technical platform. Joint data collection and analysis enable an interactive teaching & learning environment that transcends borders and allows the teachers to discuss, jointly explore and identify areas for collaboration on experimental lessons for STEM classes. The project not only offers teaching & learning opportunities for STEM subjects; it also allows cross-fertilisation across other subjects (e.g., English, ethics, geography, social sciences, etc.).

Find out more about this project:

Coordinating School

Copernicus Upper-Secondary School in Tarnobrzeg


Partner Schools

Základní Škola, Seč, okres Chrudim, Czech Republic

Márton Bálint Primary and Secondary School, Hungary

Obchodná akadémia Roznava, Slovakia

Spojena Skola, Slovakia


Supported by

The project is co-financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia through Visegrad Grants from International Visegrad Fund. The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable
regional cooperation in Central Europe.