The iMuSciCA project

Problem-solving is one of the key skills for the 21st-century job market. STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) teaching rely on the left half of the brain and thus is logic driven. Artistic activities, which uses the right side of the brain fosters creative problem-solving.
STEM education is necessary but it is not sufficient:

Youngsters need STEAM (Science, Arts, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education to get ready for their future.

iMuSciCA is a pioneering approach using music for fostering creativity and deeper learning, thereby setting new grounds in the European STEAM curricula.

Learn Sciences through creative and stimulating music activities

The iMuSciCA project develops a set of practical activities to give learners many opportunities as the wonderful exploration of different phenomena and laws of physics, geometry, mathematics and technology through creative music activities. It is based on cross-disciplinary educational approaches.

Encourage students to engage in exciting interactive music activities

The iMuSciCA workbench engages secondary school students in order to support proficiency in core academic STEM subjects - Physics, Geometry, Mathematics, and Technology, creativity development and deeper learning skills through music activities.

Benefit from original and innovative educational technologies

The iMuSciCA project addresses contemporary requirements in education and learning for new STEAM pedagogical methodologies and innovative educational technology tools by supporting active, discovery-based, personalized learning, by providing students and teachers with opportunities for collaboration, co-creation and collective knowledge building.

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iMuSciCA concert

On October 19, in France, the public was sensitized to iMuSciCA thanks to an exceptional evening that took place in a concert hall, also a music school, at La Source, in Fontaine. The musicians from the iMuSciCA team, as well as two students who tested the solution during a pilot course, offered to give a

iMuSciCA at the 83rd Thessaloniki International Fair

iMuSciCA was introduced by researchers of Athena Research and Innovation Centre at the 83rd Thessaloniki International Fair, Greece, from 8 to 16 September.

iMuSciCA at the Pan-Hellenic Conference

iMuSciCA was presented at the Pan-Hellenic Conference on STEM Education, which took place on 03 and 04 September in Athens, Greece. The purpose of this conference is to highlight the innovative pedagogical practices of STEM in modern schools. Find more information on this event here: