📌The partners of the project "Introducing Artificial Intelligence to Vocational Schools in Europe" from Lithuania, Germany, Finland and Malta met at the last international meeting, which took place on June 15-16. In Malta. The meeting was attended live by 12 members of the project team, 3 more joined remotely. ➡️ We were all happy with the results of the project: 💯 IT students in three countries have acquired the basics of programming artificial intelligence! 👍 An international student hackathon was a success, during which teams developed great ideas for adapting artificial intelligence to everyday life. ✅ Curriculum for 60 contact hours of training has been developed, tested and is being improved. ☑️ An freely-chosen subject (module) "Introduction to Artificial Intelligence" will be developed in partner countries and can be replicated by other VET actors. The module will be adapted to the needs of each country and the training system. 📌 We also discussed the further dissemination and continuity of the project and its impact on vocational training and other education sectors. 🌞 Most importantly, all project partners enjoy the newly acquired knowledge and experience, the difficult but valuable challenges and a significant step in increasing the attractiveness of vocational training! 🆓 The methodological material developed during the project is available in Lithuanian and English on the website play.gaminu.eu. 📌 During the meeting, we got acquainted with the activities of the partner MCAST and the study fields offered. We also visited the rapidly renewing college campus: workshops and training classes. ℹ️ Project partners: Kaunas School of Information Technology, MCAST, IT4Kids, SEDU, TAI - Turku Vocational Institute, Åbo yrkesinstitut.