iTEM stands for the innovative Teaching Educating in Mathematics and is a Capacity Building Project in Higher Education funded by the Erasmus Plus Program.

The project's main objective is to improve the teaching, learning, and understanding of 1st-year Mathematics among Engineers in Europe, Israel, Kosovo, and Uzbekistan. The main tools will be employed are (a) Calculus Assisted Tools; (b) Innovative Teaching Methods; and (c) Real Life Problems that can be tackled using fundamental Mathematics taught in Calculus I and Linear Algebra I.

The iTEM consortium consists of 16 Academic Institutions as partners, where their efforts are supported by the participation of 15 Associated Partners. The consortium has received 1.000.000 Euros to implement its objectives by December 2021.

The official web site ovf the project is https://item.chania.teicrete.gr/