Several training sessions will be organised from now long until the end of the project in August 2022. All these sessions are open to every pre-service, in-service teacher and educator willing to learn more about programming opportunities in creating inclusive and engaging learning activities.
Discover hereunder all the sessions to come and get in contact with our local Let's STEAM ambassadors in Nice (France), Aix-en-Provence (France), Tarragona (Spain), Napoli (Italy), Athens (Greece) and Antwerp (Belgium).
Université Côte d'Azur - Techno-creative weekend - 5th and 6th of February 2022
This 5th and 6th February 2022, we invite you to come to Nice for a techno-creative weekend to discover STEAM activities. No prior knowledge is required, newbies welcome!
The workshop will be held in French, but English-speaking participants will be helped within a specific group. The STEAM (Sciences, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) aims to stimulate the interest of apprentices in science and technology and to develop their creative problem-solving skills. During this weekend, we will reunite teachers, educators, leaders, pioneers, instructional designers, and other EdTech innovators to design creative learning activities using a new microcontroller card: STM32. Together, we will experience and test activities for the next generation of techno-creative learning. The workshop will include the design of STEAM activities, unplugged games, music co-creation and a final contest.
Date & Venue: Sat, 5 Feb 2022, 9:00 AM – Sun, 6 Feb 2022, 4:30 PM CET. Université Côte d'Azur, 24 Avenue des Diables Bleus, Espace Vernassa, 06300 Nice View Map
Contact: Margarida Romero - firstname.lastname@example.org & Ana Isabel Montero Izquierdo - email@example.com
Greek Webinar for teachers and educators organised by Ellinogermaniki Agogi - Jan-Feb 2022
A webinar dedicated to teachers and educators who are interested in STEAM subjects and would like to introduce the Let's STEAM educational approach in their everyday teaching practice will be organised in January / February 2022 (dates to be confirmed) by Ellinogermaniki Agogi. Depending on the COVID-19 situation, this webinar might be turned to physical attendance in the settings of EA secondary school. Topics to be presented and discussed will include the step-by-step methodology of inquiry-based teaching and learning; practical introduction to programming in MakeCode; presentation of the Let's STEAM coursebook with ready to use educational projects and activities for school students.
Date & venue: exact date(s) is/are not scheduled yet, they are planned for Jan or Feb 2022. The webinar(s) will be organized online or in EA in Athens-Pallini, Greece
Contact: Georgios Mavromanolakis - firstname.lastname@example.org
Spanish workshop on creative programming activities with ARGET - Feb-March 2022
The ARGET research group is inviting you to participate in the Let's STEAM training for Spanish and Catalan speakers. Throughout two Saturday mornings, participants will be invited to develop their coding skills with programming boards and design projects to promote STEAM education from a creative and problem-solving approach. No prior knowledge is required, only curious people who are willing to try and implement STEAM activities in their secondary school classrooms. This training is an opportunity not only to delve into what is STEM education and how can be promoted through computational thinking but also to reflect on how can our activities can be more ethically and equitable designed, especially from a gender perspective. The training will be organized by the ARGET research group.
Date & venue: February - March 2022, Tarragona
Contact: Carme Grimalt - email@example.com
Hands-on workshops on programming and creative project in Belgium with Digitale Wolven - 9th of February 2022
Digitale Wolven is inviting teachers and educators from the surrounding of Antwerp to participate in the Let's STEAM training on the 9th of February 2022 in the office of the association. Within this training, the team of DW will learn all about the STM32 programming boards and how to use them. You will get hands-on training and will get to know the board as well as how to create inspiring projects.
Date & venue: Feb 9 2022, Berchem (Antwerp) - Belgium
Contact: Cindy Smits & Toon Callens - firstname.lastname@example.org
IAN Network training in cooperation with Aix-Marseille Université - 28th of January 2022
The French Digital Education Directorate (DNE) relies on 33 teachers (subject experts - IAN) to run a network of more than 450 teachers, who are the contact persons for the secondary level (13 academic networks, 17 subjects or courses represented). The experts work closely with the Inspectorate General. The IANs contribute to the implementation of the national strategy for the development of the use of digital education in their subject areas. The IANs publicise digital educational resources (Éduthèque, banks of digital educational resources, etc.), accompanying content (Édubase, ÉduNum letters, etc.) and projects developed at the national level by the DNE. They are involved in academic events on digital education. They identify practices in their academy, in their discipline. They coordinate and accompany the publication of scenarios to report on the academic space. With the collaboration of the IAN Network, AMU will invite leading technology teachers from all around France to participate in a Let's STEAM training on the 28th of January. The first day of training will be made virtually and the second day will be organized physically at the end of May.
Date & venue: January 28 2022 and end of May 2022
Contact: Sébastien Nedjar - email@example.com
Italian training session - Half-day workshop in Napoli
A half-day workshop will be organized in Napoli to introduce a selected group of 8 teachers to Makecode and its use as a pedagogical tool to introduce young students attending first classes of high schools to Inquiry-Based Learning. A complimentary STM32L4 Discovery kit will be distributed to workshop attendees. Teachers attending the workshop will be encouraged to develop a more complex activity with the board and will be invited to present it during a follow-up workshop planned after one month.
Date & venue: January 27, 2022 - CeSMA DTLab at Università degli Studi di Napoli, Corso Nicolangelo Protopisani, 80146 Napoli NA
Contact: Prof. Roberto Canonico - firstname.lastname@example.org