4. FOCUS GROUP Focus groups were organized in each partner country and were very important because they gave to the research a more qualitative input through group interviews. The participants of the Focus Group have been encouraged to share their experiences, challenges and advice about online teaching tools, as well as any other relevant information that can improve their online teaching experience of N&S subjects. People to be involved in this activity were N&S teachers, art/science museum pedagogues, art teachers, ICT teachers and teachers-to-be. During the focus group the participants were guided by moderators, and they had the opportunity to talk about art as a tool in their work; explore the potential in combining art with N&S subjects; talk about the digital tools they already know, and exchange views on important issues related to the teaching of their subjects. Each partner followed guidelines that divided the group interview in three parts: Part 1: Teacher's relationship to online teaching tools: 1. What are the quickest ways to capture the students’ attention? (Individual, group approaches) 2. How do you handle broadcast interruptions / technical problems (freezing screens, unresponsive keyboards…)? 3. Do you incorporate movement into your online lessons or would you like to? 4. What would help you personally to support and improve on-line teaching? 5. What are the benefits of online teaching vs in-person teaching? Student’s relationship to online teaching tools: 6. How did you spot someone not following the lessons? 7. How could we mitigate this? 8. Is there a difference in how boys or girls perceive online / interdisciplinary lessons? 6