DOIT was interviewed by SOCI@LL as a best practice on current practices for innovative inclusive systems inside and around schools that foster cross-sectorial collaborations.
We translated our poster about how to reach more girls in makerspace settings into German. It was now published in a popular German speaking Weblog of media pedagogics:
Sandra Schön, Margarethe Rosenova, Martin Ebner and Maria Grandl (2018). Mehr Mädchen in Makerspaces? – Empfehlungen aus der aktuellen Literatur. In: Praxisblog Medienpädagogik, 2018-10-16, URL: https://www.medienpaedagogik-praxis.de/2018/10/16/6368/
Maria Grandl from the TU Graz presented out joint research on how to reach more girls in makerspaces/maker education at the Edurobotics conference 2018 in Rome. Thanks a lot for the presentation!
Diana Wieden-Bischof (Salzburg Research) presented DOIT at the European conference Crowdialog 2018 in Vienna.
Or first DOIT action “‘Tüftlerwerkstatt’ – fostering innovation and entrepreneurial skills” as part of the pilot testing of the DOIT approaches was succesfully conducted by our partner Centre for Social Innovation (ZSI, Vienna).
The first project year will soon be completed and the third project meeting is preparing an important milestone: The start of the first pilot round with the 10 practice partners in the project.
Our contribution for the edMedia conference in Amsterdam 2018 is availble! You will find as well a preliminary version.
Veronika Hornung-Prähauser and DOIT colleagues from Salzburg Research and Lappeenranta University of Technology wrote a paper about DOIT’s social innovation training for the ISPIM conference 2018. It got published now.
After 4 days of the makerspace for children event at the TU Graz (Austria), the children proudly presented their projects and results. Organiser Martin Ebner (TU Graz) and Sandra Schön (Salzburg Research / DOIT coordinator) gave a short introducation speech on Making with Children and the Maker Days for Kids (in German).