The Partners

Co.Meta S.r.l. uni personale is the project coordinator. It is an Italian VET organisation Certified in the Marche Region specialised in the implementation of innovative training methodologies and in the recognition of the competences acquired through informal and non-formal learning.

FabLab München e.V. is one of the first FabLabs in Germany (founded 2010). First of all FabLab München is an open workspace for personal manufacturing with machines like 3D printer, lasercutter, CNC milling machines, vinylcutter and elektronics. All members get access 24/7. 

On the other hand FabLab Kids as a subsection of FabLab München offers pupils of all age the opportunity to get in touch with new technology and new ways of teaching. Classes can visit FabLab or FabLab teachers go into school to work on projects with the kids there (3D modelling and printing, coding, soldering, lasercutting). FabLab München therefore cooperates with many schools and institutions in the Munich area. We are very happy to take part in the Erasmus+ project to implement making activities into regular lessons in secondary schools very soon. 

Bylinedu is a non profit association in Valencia (Spain) whose voluntiers, since 2012, work in maker workshops about robotics, coding, electronics, 3D modelling and printing, virtual and augmented reality. All these activities are focused on vulnerable groups with difficulties to access to technology for learning, employment and help them to reduce gender and digital gap.

 The Institute is placed in the center of FANO, the third biggest town of the Marche region, situated on the Adriatic sea in central of Italy. The POLO3 of Fano includes different schools along with several specializations. It counts around 1100 students and 180 teachers. The Institute is very active in implementing innovative educational approaches based on new technologies.

MCAST is the major Vocational Education and Training Institution in Malta. This was setup in 2001 and today comprises circa 12,000 students on full-time and part-time bases spread over 480 courses. MCAST is split into three main colleges Foundation (Level 2&3), Technical (Level 4) and University College (Level 5&6)

The 3 colleges are structured into 6 main institutes ( Institute of Applied Sciences, Institute for the Creative Arts, Institute of Engineering & Transport,Institute of Business Management and Commerce, Institute of Community Services, Institute of Information and Communication Technology)

Fano is an important touristic and economic city of the Marche Region, in Italy. The Municipality of Fano in 2016 launched the Fablab project, an innovative initiative, managed in collaboration with local associations dedicated to high technology and music that operates in the town. It offers open source spaces based on sharing projects, ideas and information, where everyone has the opportunity to carry out experiments both in the digital world and in the cultural / artistic / musical sector. It stimulates in the young people the idea that they can conceive and realize digital / musical projects independently.

El Clot is a high school in Valencia, born in 1984.

As a public secondary school, one of our main objectives is to provide students with intellectual, critical and competency tools so that they can function in daily life and, if necessary, so that through learning they can compensate for the social or economic difficulties that some students may have.

The students participate also in Experimenta competitions, aimed at designing physical applications and in several projects and competitions related to the use of networks, new technologies and creativity.

At the Gymnasium Neubiberg, a secondary school in Neubiberg founded in 1976, pedagogic concepts are supported to discover and encourage the potential of our students and infuse them with the joy of learning. Using new media and tools like 3D-printing, programming and virtual reality applications, we want to prepare our students for future technologies and their future careers. Hence, interdisciplinary trainings for our teachers are held in order to give them useful inputs for their courses.