Minigame rocket launch:The goal of this minigame is to successfully launch the rocket across the different stages and reach orbit around the moon. You will be able to control the launch by tapping and holding on the button of your… Read More ›
Science and Technology in the Digital Era
Teachers’ perceptions of the STEM educational model – Patricia Aránzazu and González Atutxa
Link to the Science and education in a digital era TIG. Teachers’ perceptions of the STEM educational model – by Patricia Aránzazu and González Atutxa Download the presentation!
The importance of identifying plants – try the app Seek!
Workshop on pedagogical implications of using theaugmented Reality app Seek by iNaturalist in teacher education Anne-Marie Cederqvist, Högskolan Halmstad. Alexina Thorén Williams, University of Gothenburg
The Movement and Play/Science TIGs on the move – updated
“Green school yards. Affordances for learning, movement, sustainability and play”. Abstract :Teaching science in primary school is focused around meeting the natural environment, understanding physics concepts and creating understanding by inquiry-based learning. Furthermore, a natural environment affords opportunities for play… Read More ›
Teachers and why they are important when it comes to Media Literacy
by Sally Reynolds, Media & Learning Association, Sally is coordinating the Media and Learning Association https://media-and-learning.eu/about/. She is also a member of the new European Commission Expert Group on Tackling Disinformation and Promoting Digital Literacy Through Education and Training and on… Read More ›
TIG: Science and Technology in the Digital Era
15.00 All participants present themselves – your name, home institution and your interest in relation to Science and Technology in the Digital Era 15.20 TIG-leaders short presentation, Txema Egaña, Ann Emonds and Maria Svensson 15.30 Presentation, Mart Ottenheim,… Read More ›
Designing new, technology-based musical instruments in primary education – by Michel Hogenes, Anouk Diepenbroek, Melissa Bremmer and Marien Hogerheijde
Abstract One of the ways in which pupils in Dutch primary education are being equipped with 21st Century Skills is through Design-based Learning. Building musical instruments could be an interesting entry point for Design-based Learning in music education. In this… Read More ›
Theme May: #distancelearning
Fun activites for class Zooms! Add an idea, tsk an idea! https://t.co/bClkSRoH8Q Thanks to @barbsaka #remotelearning #edchat #onlineteaching #distancelearning — 𝙎𝙝𝙚𝙡𝙡𝙮 𝙎𝙖𝙣𝙘𝙝𝙚𝙯 💡 (@ShellTerrell) April 27, 2020 We invite you to share experiences of distance learning! Please link under comments… Read More ›