In collaboration with the 2020 STEM Discovery Campaign, the Europeana Education Competition 2020 is inviting primary and secondary school teachers of all subjects to find innovative ways of using Europeana digital cultural items in their virtual classroom and share their story of e-implementation about it!

How can you participate?

If you are a member of the Europeana Education User Group 2019-2020, you are automatically eligible for the competition, if you:

  • Actively posted on the Teaching with Europeana blog
  • Have created at least one Learning Scenario, using Europeana resources, following the template provided in the toolkit (see sidebar)
  • Commented on colleagues’ posts
  • Extra points for those who created at least one Story of Implementation or e-implementation

You work will automatically be assigned to one of the following categories:

  • STEAM Learning Scenarios
  • Primary Learning Scenarios
  • Secondary Learning Scenarios
  • Project-based Learning Scenarios
  • Cross-curricular Learning Scenarios and holistic topics (e.g.: environmental education/climate change, gender equality/inclusion, citizenship, etc.)
  • General Learning Scenarios

Please note that User Group teachers can withdraw from the competition by simply informing competition coordinator Borbala Pocze at

If you are a primary and secondary school teacher from European Union countries and Horizon 2020 associated countries, you are eligible for the competition if you have implemented (in your classroom or online) a Learning Scenario from the Teaching with Europeana blog, and submitted it in one of the following categories via STEM Discovery Campaign submission form between the 1st of March and 30th of April:

  • Implementing STEAM teaching with digital cultural heritage
  • Teaching with digital cultural heritage in primary schools
  • Teaching with digital cultural heritage in secondary schools
  • Implementing project-based teaching with digital cultural heritage
  • Integrating digital cultural heritage in cross-curricular and holistic topics in the classroom (e.g.: environmental education/climate change, gender equality/inclusion, citizenship, etc.)
  • Implementing digital cultural heritage in the (virtual) classroom

When can you submit your entry?

Teachers can start organising their (online) lessons and prepare their entries to be submitted between 1 March and 30 April 2020 at 23:59 Central European Time (CE(S)T)!

The 30 winning teachers of the Europeana User Group and 5 winning teachers outside of the project will be invited to a teacher training workshop to be held in Brussels 28-29 August 2020 with flights and accommodation covered, and the 10 finalist entries will be published on the Teaching with Europeana blog!

But that’s not all! All participants whose submissions comply with the Terms and Conditions of participation will receive a certificate of participation!

For more information CLICK HERE