STEAMulate your school

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STEAMulate your school

The main priority of this project is to help students acquire and develop key competencies through effective and innovative methodologies that promote collaboration between science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics (STEAM) subjects and IT, media. In order to develop students' digital competencies, increase the attractiveness of STEAM subjects, it is necessary to find ways to bring teachers closer to methods and projects that would interest them.

For this reason, the project will use a new format for the sessions, the digital studio, which is based on the principles of famous Italian educators (Alberto Manzi and Bruno Munari). The digital studio will be used to develop students' key competencies through various activities that improve the competencies of IT, media literacy and STEAM subjects.

Project Coordinator -

VšĮ EDUKACINIAI PROJEKTAI

 

Project partners:

· Centro Zaffiria (Italy)

· La Gaite Lyrique (France)

· KARPOS (Greece)

A total of 4 international meetings are planned, 1 learning activity on the methodologies of Bruno Munari and Alberto Manzi, one digital studio will be jointly developed to help create a mobile application, 4 publicity events will be organized to reach at least 250 stakeholders across Europe.

It is planned to involve about 2,000 participants in this project: 961 directly and about 1,200 indirectly: 27 teachers will participate in learning activities in Lithuania, 60 teachers will participate in national trainings, 24 teachers and about 600 students will be involved in digital studio testing in schools.

The products developed in the project will be presented to teachers, school leaders, legislators during publicity events, and can be downloaded from the project website, the School Education Gateway, eTwinning and Erasmus + results platforms.

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A set of sessions for teachers

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With 20 digital ateliers related to IT and STEAM subjects, developed by partners from 4 European countries to use in school with students and develop their digital and media competencies and to promote better integration of STEAM subjects into curricula.

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Open Online Learning Course (MOOC)

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MOOC will link the toolkit and the developed teaching materials, live streaming videos, discussion platform to bring together interested teachers who will use the digital studio. The MOOC will be designed to prepare teachers for the successful development of digital ateliers related to STEAM and other subjects.

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Mobile

application

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The mobile application will also be attended by students from four countries who will participate in a digital studio dedicated to the development of the mobile application. The app will be free and can be downloaded from the App and Play Store.

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The first meeting

At a meeting in the Greek capital, we developed a vision for new STEAM activities. We will create not only classes for students, but also a virtual environment for improving teachers' competencies, a mobile app.

2019/09 / 25-26