This project aims to improve demonstrate in practical implementations that educational innovation in the school provides better academic performance, developing the creativity of our students. It is also intended to address gender considerations in this project, so that girls are also interested in the so-called STEM careers. The factors that influence these decisions will be addressed and inclusive activities will be programmed to help increase girls' interest and commitment to these careers. The IES MEDITERRANEO (Spain) as coordinator proposes this project to provide teachers with new teaching tools in accordance with the education paradigm that causes more technology and new methods to be implemented in the school and for students to acquire the necessary digital skills for its development in today's society. The consortium is completed with three more schools: Sultantepe Ortaokulu (Turkey), Scoala Gimnaziala Maria Rosetti (Romania), Istituto Professionale di Stato "Maffeo Pantaleoni“ (Italy) y un centro tecnológico: Asociacion de Investigacion de la Industria del Juguete, Conexas y Afines - AIJU (Spain).