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Early entrepreneurial skills development through social innovation in makerspace settings (Presentation at DG Education & Culture, EC)

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Sandra Schön presented the DOIT Europe projects within a Makerspaces expert meeting of the DG Education and Culture at the European Commission at 23/24 of May 2019

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Early entrepreneurial skills development through social innovation in makerspace settings (Presentation at DG Education & Culture, EC)

  1. 1. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 77006 CC BY 4.0 DOIT http://DOIT-Europe.net H2020-770063 Early entrepreneurial skills development through social innovation in makerspace settings Brussels, 2019-05-24 Dr. Sandra Schön, Salzburg Research 1
  2. 2. I. DOIT – A EUROPEAN INITIATIVE
  3. 3. DOIT – A European Initiative DOIT develops, tests, evaluates and disseminate • a new learning approach for early entrepreneurial education with social innovation in makerspace settings („DOIT programme“) and • open licensed materials for young social innovators from 6 to 16 and facilitators („DOIT toolbox“). Duration: 10/2017-09/2020 Grant: EC Horizon 2020 Research & Innovation Action 770063 (2,4 million) Webpage: http://DOIT-Europe.net
  4. 4. 3 strands of DOIT‘s learning approach ENTRE- PRENEURIAL EDUCATION MAKERSPACE & DIGITAL FABRICATION TOOLS SOCIAL INNOVATION
  5. 5. Makerspace Learning room with digital fabrication tools for co-design and prototyping
  6. 6. SocialInnovation Social innovation meets social needs and solves burning societal challenges. Schön, Ebner & Hornung-Prähauser (2017) - https://www.researchgate.net/publication/32 4313817
  7. 7. Entrepreneurial Education Developing the skills and mind- set, which allows people to turn creative ideas into entrepreneurial action. European Commission’s Thematic Working Group on Entrepreneurship Education
  8. 8. Objective of the DOIT programme Support skills development for all steps in an innovation project journey: identify the social need, create together, prototype and sharing the idea of a new solution at young age.
  9. 9. DOIT programme: 7 steps for young social innovators in digital world EXPLORE Do it because you can SENSITISE Do what matters WORKTOGETHER Do it together CREATE Do it now REFLECT Do it better SCALE-UP Do more of it SHARE Do inspire others
  10. 10. II. FIRST EUROPEAN PILOT EXPERIENCES
  11. 11. DOIT‘s evaluation approach We develop and evaluate „DOIT actions“ A DOIT action addresses children from 6-16 years, builds upon the DOIT programme and is at least 15 hours long Diverse settings: • Span of action from 2,5 days to 4 months • 6-10, 11-16 years • in schools, outside schools • in fablabs and mobile makerspaces • Diverse topics (UN SDG) • urban/rural etc. 10 countries and 1.000 children AT, BE, DE, DK, ES, FI, HR, NL, SI, SR Skills of children Self-efficacy, creativy, teamwork and others
  12. 12. Process and result example: A personal fan Belgium pilot – in school – 10-11 years The children created a solution for hot summers in classroom
  13. 13. Process and result example: The safe stage Austria pilot –in school – 25 children – 5-10 years The children decided to address accident prevention in their school Social detective: The stage as problem! Idea sketch Prototype (already partly realised)
  14. 14. First experiences …. self-efficacy Facilitators observed how proud children were of what they were able to do, when they presented their prototypes during the final event to the invited people. Source: DOIT partner ZSI
  15. 15. III. IMPRESSIONS OF DOIT TOOLBOX
  16. 16. DOIT supports children and facilitators DOIT‘s toolbox and materials
  17. 17. Example: My superhero and her/his power
  18. 18. Example: The Social Detective & DIY Clipboard
  19. 19. Example: IoT Cardboard Kit Examples: Smart bike devices to show and monitor own cycling behaviour
  20. 20. Example: The feedback cube
  21. 21. Example: Logo Development
  22. 22. Some more (future) DOIT results Policy recommendation and memorandum Facilitator trainings and open online course (MOOC in 2020) More than 100 success stories of young social innovators
  23. 23. Sharing is caring! CC BY 4.0 DOIT http://DOIT-Europe.net H2020-770063
  24. 24. Contact Dr. Sandra Schön (co-ordinator) Sandra.schoen@salzburgresearch.at
  25. 25. Follow us! https://DOIT-Europe.net
  26. 26. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 77006
  27. 27. DOIT consortium

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