DOIT Presentation and Workshop at the eEducation (Interpaedagogica) in Salzburg (Austria)

The key ideas and approaches of DOIT will be part of Sandra Schön’s presentation (in German, titled “Maker-Ideen und -Projekte, die die Welt verbessern – digitale soziale Innovationen mit Kindern und Jugendlichen”) at the eEducation conference at the Interpaedagogica faire in Salzburg.

Colleagues from DOIT’s core team Salzburg Research as well as Zentrum für Soziale Innovationen (ZSI) – Margit Hofer, Eva Hollauf, Sebastian Mair, Sandra Schön, Petra Stabauer & Christian Voigt – will host additionally a workshop that give insights and hands-on in project work  (in German, titled “Maker-Projekte und -Werkzeuge für Einsteiger/innen zum Welt verbessern mit Kindern”).

More here: https://www.doit-europe.net/event/salzburg2017

A DOIT workshop at the next EdMedia conference in Amsterdam (2018-06-25)

DOIT is part of a project at the next EdMedia conference. The workshop will take place at 2018-06-25 from 9.30 to 13.00 h and is titled with “Making with kids in Europe – to foster digital literacy, to make a better world, and to build a new entrepreneurship education”. Your find details in the DOIT calendar and at the EdMedia conferene Website. Hope to meet you there!

Project Kick-Off in Amsterdam at Waag Society

Starting today, the DOIT project starts its project kick-off meeting. 13 partners from Europe will join the meeting hosted by the Waag Society in Amsterdam. Some of them know each other from several other projects. Others will see them the first time.

Partner Waag announces the kick-off the following way:

DOIT contributes to youth employment and to create new jobs in the social economy by nurturing in young pupils seeds for active social innovation: entrepreneurial mind-sets, knowhow and skills. The project empowers primary and secondary school pupils (6-16 years) alongside educators to apply open innovation methods, digital maker tools and collaboration skills to tackle societal problems.

The partners in this project are all very interesting and bring their own expertise. The consortium consists of research centra, like the Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft from Austria, the coordinator of the project; Fab Labs from Barcelona, Zagreb and Belgrade; Capital of Children (LEGO foundation) from Denmark; science centra, like Zavod Kesnikova from Slovenia and teacher training centres, such as FYXXI from Belgium.

During the kick-off we will design the programme in co-creatin sessions and name the results aimed at. And of course, it will not only be talking, but also hands-on making at the Maakplaats of the OBA public librar at Waterlandplein in Amsterdam-North.

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