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8th Science Projects’ Workshop in the
Future Classroom Lab
Brussels, 16-18 october 2015
Mehdi Hihi Marjaana Myllylä Dajana...
 Introduction
 Objectives
 Projects
 Partners
Agenda
Introduction
nanotec for schools is a Swiss non-profit association with ideal goals
located in Lausanne. Its first objecti...
Agenda
 Introduction
 Objectives
 Projects
 Partners
Objectives
 Promote STEM and Nanotechnologies at the local, national and
European level
 Provide innovative training dev...
Agenda
 Introduction
 Objectives
 Projects
 Partners
Projects
 Nanoclubs : introducing nanotechnologies for school
students
 Promoting STEM in the International offices in
s...
Nanoclubs
Nano
Ethics
Sustainable development
History
Fundamentals
Economy
National competition
European competition
Medic...
TIME SCHEDULE OF THE NANO SCIENCE CLUB
Nisulanmäki school (Finland)
 The club was organized every
Monday around 2 months ...
International offices in schools
The four key points of the international office could be :
 The embrace and increase the...
The international project (Finland and Japan)
Integrating geography, religion, english and Finnish by using ICT
 Both cou...
European exchange project
between schools
• Postcards, songs
• Student’s personal presentation
• Countries, cities, school...
ICT, Math & Literacy
 Basic skills
 Specific technical skills for a job
 Specific skills for an employee
Workshops
 STEM promotion
 STEM project’s partnerships
 nanotec for schools projects presentation
Agenda
 Introduction
 Objectives
 Projects
 Partners
Partners
Thank you !
For more information :
www.nanotec-for-schools.org
info@nanotec-for-schools.org
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Scientix 8th SPWatFCL Brussels 16-18 October 2015: nanotec for schools

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Presentation of the project "nanotec for schools"- Switzerland, held during the 8th Science Projects Workshop in the Future Classroom Lab, Brussels, 16-18 October 2015

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Scientix 8th SPWatFCL Brussels 16-18 October 2015: nanotec for schools

  1. 1. 8th Science Projects’ Workshop in the Future Classroom Lab Brussels, 16-18 october 2015 Mehdi Hihi Marjaana Myllylä Dajana Kapusova
  2. 2.  Introduction  Objectives  Projects  Partners Agenda
  3. 3. Introduction nanotec for schools is a Swiss non-profit association with ideal goals located in Lausanne. Its first objective is to promote STEM and nanotechnologies through knowledge sharing and within specific projects. We give organisations a learning methodology with modules, courses, pedagogical material and training for national and international competitions. All this material can also be used for schools exchanges between students at national and European level.
  4. 4. Agenda  Introduction  Objectives  Projects  Partners
  5. 5. Objectives  Promote STEM and Nanotechnologies at the local, national and European level  Provide innovative training devices for STEM Education  Encourage STEM knowledge sharing
  6. 6. Agenda  Introduction  Objectives  Projects  Partners
  7. 7. Projects  Nanoclubs : introducing nanotechnologies for school students  Promoting STEM in the International offices in schools  ICT, Math & Literacy for adults lifelong learning  Local, national and European workshops
  8. 8. Nanoclubs Nano Ethics Sustainable development History Fundamentals Economy National competition European competition Medicine Applications Resources Training
  9. 9. TIME SCHEDULE OF THE NANO SCIENCE CLUB Nisulanmäki school (Finland)  The club was organized every Monday around 2 months (7 weeks)  The club started immediately after school 2.30 pm and lasted 2 hours until 4.30 pm  The Club started always with having a small snack together 1. Introduction  - Club  - NanoScience 2. Nanotechnology  - Finland  - Nanomedicine 3. Hands-on experiment  - Controlled drug delivery (FIN - Scientix) 4. Competition  - Shooting 5. Competion  - Editing 6. Competition  - Finishing 7. Extra hands-on  - High School Chemistry
  10. 10. International offices in schools The four key points of the international office could be :  The embrace and increase the international skills - including language skills, cultural knowledge and STEM  Deepening or adding the school's own competence in the specific matter (e.g. science)  Preparation for the multicultural/intercultural learning environment  Understanding and absorbing the global responsibility / global education
  11. 11. The international project (Finland and Japan) Integrating geography, religion, english and Finnish by using ICT  Both countries presented their geographical location, the main religion, culture and traditional events.  Students also wanted to know how is the school in the other country, so we presented our school through video (Finnish School day) which was made by students.  At the end we had skype lesson and students talked with each others. Finnish school day : https://www.youtube.com/wa tch?v=zN_bJ0SVg_8
  12. 12. European exchange project between schools • Postcards, songs • Student’s personal presentation • Countries, cities, schools, classes and school day’s presentation • Common nanotechnologies experiences : Simply Science nanotechnologies toolkit • Skype exchanges between students • Student’s exchanges by email linked to specific topics • www.nanotech-for-schools.org/derby
  13. 13. ICT, Math & Literacy  Basic skills  Specific technical skills for a job  Specific skills for an employee
  14. 14. Workshops  STEM promotion  STEM project’s partnerships  nanotec for schools projects presentation
  15. 15. Agenda  Introduction  Objectives  Projects  Partners
  16. 16. Partners
  17. 17. Thank you ! For more information : www.nanotec-for-schools.org info@nanotec-for-schools.org

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