STEAM-H – The first Multiplier Event in Spain

Last Monday 15 at 5.30 p.m. the Spanish multiplier event of the STEAM-H project took place at the Assembly Hall of the University of Florida in Valencia. The event was organised by La Nostra Escola Comarcal in collaboration with Bylinedu and the University’s Science Education Department.

The aim was to explain the results and resources offered by STEAM-H project to promote a STEAM-based  apporach at primary schools. The Competence Map produced that facilitates the implementation of STEAM activities, the Open Educational Resources created that offers resources and tools including STEAM-based activities, the Teacher Training Programme and the Handbook on the application of STEAM-based activities were presented. All documents are free of charge and downloadable from the website in the “Results” section.

 


The event was attended by more than 80 people interested in the project results. Most of them were future primary school teachers, others were permanent teachers.

 

STEAM-H – The Online version of the Teacher Training Programme

The online version of the Teacher Training Programme has been finalised which is easy to use and follow. The online version is available in English and in all partner languages.
Here is the link of the section of the webiste where you can find all the results.
This first draft will be improved by the end of the project, so please if you have any comments and suggestions, feel free to contact us.
Choose your language and enjoy your online Training Programme!!

STEAM-H – LTTA in Germany

The Learning Teaching Training Activity for teachers, educators and trainers was held in Munich from 25 to 29 October and involved 2 members from each partner organisation.

It was organised by Fablab Munich with the collaboration of the german primary school (Grundschule Lehrer-Wirth-Straße).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

The aim was to provide the necessary knowledge and skills to implement inclusive processes for primary school students through the STEAM approach.

Participants were able to observe, design and experience STEAM activities through the use of technology. In addition, the participants were able to share their experiences in different settings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

STEAM-H – Planning the LTTA in Germany

The training course (Learning Teaching Training Activity) for teachers, educators and trainers from all the partner countries for the implementation of inclusive processes for primary school students through the STEAM approach is scheduled.
 
The face to face training course will focus on the information, methodologies and tools (including ICT tools) useful to implement STEAM activities in primary schools.
The training course will take place in Munich (Germany) from 25 to 29 October and will be run by the partner FabLab München e.V. 
 
Stay updated to learn more about the training programme!

 

STEAM-H – The Training Programme

The first draft of STEAM-H Training Programme is now available!

The document is the third STEAM-H Intellectual Output.

This is a modularised training programme to promote primary school teachers’ and educators’ proficiency in implementing inclusive processes for primary students through STEAM multidisciplinary activities.
The programme consists of approx. 28-36 hours of interaction, instruction, activity and discussion.

The purpose is to encourage primary school teachers and educators to understand STEAM education, to try a variety of STEAM approaches, to further their own education and training in this area, and to share and encourage other primary teachers and educators to engage.

This first draft will be improved by the end of the project, so please if you have any comments and suggestions, feel free to contact us.

Soon the programme will be translated in all partner languages.

 

DOWNLOAD THE TRAINING PROGRAMME

 

STEAM-H – First Multiplier Event in Germany

The first Multiplier Event took place in Munich (Germany) on 11 June 2021. The primary school Lehrer-Wirth-Straße, as leading partner, organised the Multiplier Event with the collaboration of FabLab München e.V.

The aim of the event was to present the Erasmus+ project STEAM-H to interested people from the fields of school/education as well as science, technology and art. 

The participants of the event consisted of teachers and educators from different schools in Munich and people who are professionally active in different technical, scientific and artistic fields and interested in a cooperation between schools and companies.

 

During the first part of the event, the Erasmus project “STEAM-H” was presented by the leading partner focusing on the first project results (IO1- STEAM-H Competence Map and IO2- STEAM-H OER).

The theoretical presentation of the project was followed by a practical part, which gave insight into the practical implementation of STEAM activities in primary school lessons. It allowed the participants to try out some of these STEAM activities and provided time for a lively exchange between speakers and participants.

 

All the participants were very excited to discover how STEAM activities can be integrated into primary school lessons. Moreover, the chance to try things out for oneself and the many practical examples of lessons were also seen as very beneficial.

 

STEAM-H OER

The STEAM-H OER Platform is now available!

The second STEAM-H Intellectual Output is a collection of Open Educational Resources for primary school teachers, educators and, wider audiences interested in implementing STEAM activities for inclusion purposes in primary schools.

This first draft will be improved by the end of the project, so please if you have any comments and suggestions, feel free to contact us.

 

ACCESS TO THE OER PLATFORM

 

Competence Map – First Draft

 

The first draft of STEAM-H Competence Map is now available!

The document is the first STEAM-H Intellectual Output. The Competence Map identifies the competencies acquirable by students involved in STEAM activities and can be used by teachers as a guiding tool to plan multi-disciplinary STEAM activities based on the subject and the competencies to be achieved by the students.

This first draft will be improved by the end of the project, so please if you have any comments and suggestions, feel free to contact us.

DOWNLOAD THE DOCUMENT

 

STEAM-H First Newsletter

It is now available the first Steam-H Newsletter in English language with information and news about the project.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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