The diversity in the innovative teaching category is broad in terms of products presented and geographical deployment.


In their implementation they show:

  1. evidence on the improvement in the acquisition of STEM skills: knowledge, abilities and attitudes;
  2. quantitative scope;
  3.  new way of dealing with some aspects of the teaching-learning process.

Most are intended to confer a central role in the learning process on students using methodologies that empower them and make them participants.

Interest in dealing with diversity in the classroom and reducing the STEM achievement gap in those groups whose family background affects their access to and success in these areas.