First orders arrived…and we are excited! STEAM2GO enters a new phase!The replication of the STEAM2GO mobile makerspace model just started in Greece, Poland, Cyprus and Italy! Stay tuned…more updates to come!
Our training activity is now over! The steam2go team run five very interesting sessions: Presentation of the mobile maker makerspace model (by WUT) Introduction to micro:bit and warm up activities (by Edumotiva) Presentation of the learning scenario: Edward Hopper’s painting recreated (by Edumotiva) Guidelines for designing and presenting STEAM projects (by UniversityofFlorence) The traffic control… Read more
The 2nd training activity (C2) for project staff and teachers starts on the 24th of February at 10.00 CET and lasts 2 days. In the context of the training the mobile maker space will be presented and guidelines for replication will be provided. Easy to start with tasks with Arduino will be demonstrated followed by… Read more
On February 16, 2022 STEAM2GO team meets online for the 2nd transnational project meeting. STEAM2GO team will review the progress that has been made, go through the learning scenarios that will be further developed, plan the 2nd teacher training activity, make plans for the forthcoming pilots and discuss possible challenges and risks.
EDUMOTIVA presented the STEAM2go project at the Wi3DP Sarajevo workshop that took place online on January 31, 2022. The online presentation revolved around maker movement in education and the concept underpinning the STEAM2GO project was presented and discussed. Find more about the workshop: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/wi3dp-sarajevo-maker-movement-tickets-242624304827?keep_tld=1# (incl. agenda) Screenshot from the presentation:
On 11th of November 2021, STEAM2GO team will meet online to discuss the upcoming training activity. In the context of this meeting, the STEAM2GO team will plan the training sessions and decide on the way to present technical and pedagogical content related to the STEAM2GO initiative.
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