Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Workshop: Making with kids in Europe ... to build a new entrepreneurship education (EDmedia 2018)

135 views

Published on

Slides and documentation of the joint workshop at the EDmedia conference in Amsterdam, 25th June 2018: "Making with kids in Europe - to foster digital literacy, to make a better world, and to build a new entrepreneurship education", hosted by Adj. Prof. Dr. Martin EBNER (University of Technology Graz, Austria), Maria GRANDL (University of Technology Graz, Austria), Karen VAN DER MOOLEN (Waag Society, Netherlands) and Dr. Sandra SCHÖN (Salzburg Research, Austria)

Published in: Education
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

Workshop: Making with kids in Europe ... to build a new entrepreneurship education (EDmedia 2018)

  1. 1. Workshop at the EdMedia Conference 2018, 25th June in Amsterdam Adj. Prof. Dr. Martin EBNER (University of Technology Graz, Austria) Maria GRANDL (University of Technology Graz, Austria) Karen VAN DER MOOLEN (Waag, Netherlands) Dr. Sandra SCHÖN (Salzburg Research, Austria) Mak w ki n E o - to t ig li c , to a b r o l , an b i n en p e r p e ti
  2. 2. ● 9:30 Welcome & agenda ● 9:35 Introductional Presentations ○ Maria GRANDL (University of Technology Graz, Austria): What is Making? ○ Adj. Prof. Dr. Martin EBNER (University of Technology Graz, Austria): Making for teaching computer science, handicraft, works - approaches at TU Graz ○ Karen VAN DER MOOLEN (Waag, Netherlands): Making for social innovators - approaches and projects at WAAG ○ Dr. Sandra SCHÖN (Salzburg Research, Austria): Making as means for entrepreneurial education - approach of DOIT Wor h A n a I/I
  3. 3. ● 10:15 Marshmallow Challenge ● 11:00 Mini-mini Maker Faire ● 12:15 Reflection ● 12:40 Maker Pledges ● 13:00 Fare well :-) Wor h A n a I /I
  4. 4. Is available here: https://www.doit-europe.net/archives/493 Doc ta of W s
  5. 5. Maria GRANDL (University of Technology Graz, Austria) Wha M ki ?
  6. 6. MA G =(di l) do ur f
  7. 7. Source: Schön, Sandra; Ebner, Martin & Kumar, Swapna (2014). The Maker Movement. Implications of new digital gadgets, fabrication tools and spaces for creative learning and teaching. In: eLearning Papers, 39, July 2014, pp.14-25
  8. 8. Source: Schön, Sandra; Ebner, Martin & Kumar, Swapna (2014). The Maker Movement. Implications of new digital gadgets, fabrication tools and spaces for creative learning and teaching. In: eLearning Papers, 39, July 2014, pp.14-25
  9. 9. Source: Schön, Sandra; Ebner, Martin & Kumar, Swapna (2014). The Maker Movement. Implications of new digital gadgets, fabrication tools and spaces for creative learning and teaching. In: eLearning Papers, 39, July 2014, pp.14-25
  10. 10. Adj. Prof. Dr. Martin EBNER (University of Technology Graz, Austria) Mak f e c g o p s i c , ha c t, wo s - ap c e t TU a
  11. 11. Edu n “Mak E ca ” Graz University of Technology just begin to strengthen the education of teacher candidates in computer science (since 2014), primary education (start 2019) and handworking (start 2020)
  12. 12. Maker Education in cooperation with the largest Makerspace of Austria Fab @ TU ra
  13. 13. Fab @ TU ra (800 m2 )
  14. 14. We l o w w ki …
  15. 15. S E -Edu on @ TU ra
  16. 16. Mak s Au t 2018 #1 digital fabrication #2 textile corner #3 Lego town #4 Coding and physical computing #5 Robotics #6 electronic tinkering #7 Just Tinkering #8New Gadgets
  17. 17. Karen VAN DER MOOLEN (Waag, Netherlands) Mak f oc i n or - ap c e n r e t WA
  18. 18. Sli This is a quite normal slides -> insert new slide
  19. 19. We need
  20. 20. DO-IT Critical Making Pilots
  21. 21. Dr. Sandra SCHÖN (Salzburg Research, Austria) Mak s e s en p e r a ed i n - ap c o DO
  22. 22. The DOIT project CC BY 4.0 DOIT, http://DOIT-Europe.Net, H2020-770063 34
  23. 23. DOIT‘s core team: 13 European partners CC BY 4.0 DOIT, http://DOIT-Europe.Net, H2020-770063 35 Webpage: http://DOIT-Europe.net Duration: 10/2017-09/2020 Grant: H2020-770063 (2,4 million Euro)
  24. 24. DOIT‘s aim CC BY 4.0 DOIT, http://DOIT-Europe.Net, H2020-770063 36 DOIT aims to collect, develop, publish and spread materials and experiences for an early entrepreneurial education for children from 6 to 16 that build upon social innovations within makerspace settings.
  25. 25. The DOIT learning space: a makerspace CC BY 4.0 DOIT, http://DOIT-Europe.Net, H2020-770063 37 • learning by construction (DIY) • digital devices and the Internet as optional tools (but not a requirement) • open educational approach • intergenerational co-development
  26. 26. DOIT supports the entrepreneurial and social innovation journey of children CC BY 4.0 DOIT, http://DOIT-Europe.Net, H2020-770063 38 DOIT foster children to create ideas for a better world, to develop prototypes, and concrete solutions; to expand the activities; to share ideas and experiences and success stories!
  27. 27. DOIT programme - 7 steps for young social innovators CC BY 4.0 DOIT, http://DOIT-Europe.Net, H2020-770063 39 1. -DO it because you can 2. - Do what matters 3. - Do it together (co-design) 4. - Do it now (construction) 5. - Do it better (reflection) 6. - Do more of it 7. – Do inspire others
  28. 28. Selected results of DOIT concerning learning content and offers CC BY 4.0 DOIT, http://DOIT-Europe.Net, H2020-770063 40 DOIT actions (for 6-10 y. olds, 11-16 years olds) DOIT toolboxes (for 6-10 y. olds, 11-16 years olds) Online platform for children and facilitators DOIT toolbox for facilitators Validated experiences & recommendations Memorandum of Understanding Facilitator trainings (also a MOOC) 100+ success stories
  29. 29. The h lo C l ge
  30. 30. Mor o n oc ta ● You find all materials and the TED talk here: http://www.leadershipchallenge.com/resource/challenging-the-process-with-the-marshmallow-challenge.aspx
  31. 31. Mak w c i d f eg r - a l l a
  32. 32. In o m o b u h o s p e t ro t ● Easy Prototypoing with Makey Makey and Scratch (WAAG) ○ Makey Makey Kit: https://www.makeymakey.com/ ○ Scratch: https://scratch.mit.edu/ ○ Potential ideas: e.g. http://www.instructables.com/id/Using-Scratch- and-Makey-Makey-to-make-your-own-gam/ CC BY 4.0 Sandra Schön
  33. 33. In o m o b u h o s p e t ro t ● Coding for starters with Pocket Code, BBC micro:bit & Calliope mini (TU Graz) ○ Pocket Code Install Pocket Code: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.catrobat.catroid Install Pocket Paint: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.catrobat.paintroid Tutorial Cards: https://edu.catrob.at/pocket-cards MOOC “Learning to Code: Programming with Pocket Code” on iMooX.at https://imoox.at/mooc/local/courseintro/views/startpage.php?id=38 ○ BBC micro:bit Website: http://microbit.org/ Development environments: http://microbit.org/code/ Ideas/projects: https://makecode.microbit.org/projects/ ○ Calliope mini Website: https://www.calliope.cc/en Development environments: https://www.calliope.cc/en/los-geht-s/editor Ideas/projects: https://www.calliope.cc/en/projekte
  34. 34. In o m o b u h o s an t i l je s ● Design in 360 degrees ○ Panoform.com
  35. 35. In o m o b u h o s an t i l je s ● Electric circuits for beginners (pocket light) ○ See Juliane Jammer & Kristin Narr: Das Maker-Buch für Kita und Grundschule (English translation included!)
  36. 36. In o m o b u h o s po t a r t ● Easy smartphone gadgets I ○ VR cardboard googles for children: see https://medienundbildung.com/fileadmin/dateie n/Projekte/mein_guckkasten/guckkasten_EN.pdf
  37. 37. In o m o b u h o s p e t ro t ● Easy smartphone gadgets II ○ DIY video projector: see https://www.youtube.co m/watch?v=Tx4vPeL9y 2g
  38. 38. Ref t o C t
  39. 39. Mak d e f P ic t I wi d /ma t i t x 4 we ...
  40. 40. Pho f a t an ’ p e g Thanks for your pledges!
  41. 41. If o n o c c u Martin Ebner martin.ebner@tugraz.at Maria Grandl maria.grandl@tugraz.at Karen van der Moolen karen@waag.org Sandra Schön sandra.schoen@salzburgresearch.at The project info@DOIT-Europe.net You will find us at Social Media as well!
  42. 42. FA L an j e M d a 2018!

×