In the second phase of Irresistible in Greece, the five teachers of the first phase (“expert teachers”) train further 32 teachers (5-10 teachers each), from both primary and secondary education, in implementing in their classrooms the modules Nanoscience Applications (Greece), Plastic - Bane of the Oceans (Germany) and Healthy Ageing Starts with Mammae (Netherlands).

The expert teachers meet, either face-to-face or on-line their teachers. Until now 6-8 meetings have been conducted. In the first meetings the module has been examined thoroughly, discussing alongside the main aspects of subject matter, of inquiry-based science education (IBSE) and of RRI. During the implementation of the module, expert teachers support their teachers discussing and working out the difficulties they face, adapting the module to the students' needs and consulting them how to handle certain activities. In the following period, teachers will be involved in guiding their students developing scientific exhibits. For that purpose an exhibits workshop held by science communication experts will take place. As a corollary of the whole process, students will present their exhibits themselves during the opening of the exhibitions which will be hosted in the Eugenides Foundation in Athens and in the Natural History Museum of the University of Crete, in April 2016.