Inclusive STEM Camp

Title of the Good Practice

Inclusive STEM Camp

Description of the Good Practice

A Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) camp was organized to cater to students with special needs, including those with physical disabilities and learning differences. The camp provided adapted learning materials, accessible facilities, and one-on-one support from trained educators to ensure that every participant could engage in STEM activities.


  • Special Needs
  • Inclusive Education
  • STEM
  • Adapted Learning


Multilingual, with accommodations for specific needs

Number of participants

Small groups (no more than 10)

Type of training


Number and type of exercises

Students with special needs take a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) training a few hours within a week in order to engage them in STEM activities


Up to a few hours in a week

Target Audience

Multilingual, with accommodations for specific needs

Students with special needs, parents, educators

Competences/skills that you will require

Special education expertise, STEM knowledge, Adaptation skills



Consideration as a GP

This practice is considered good because it promotes inclusivity in STEM education, empowers students with special needs, and fosters a supportive learning environment. Measurable indicators include the number of participants, their progress in STEM, and feedback from parents and educators.

These are brief examples of good practices, and you can expand on them or adapt them to your specific context as needed.