Join the online conference “kids are makers – introduction to digital making” to get interesting insights on the topic making for children with the experts Sandra Schön (sansch.wordpress.com) and Kristin Narr (www.kristin-narr.de).
On May 15, Salzburg Research received a visit from children from a kindergarten nearby. 13 kids got an insight into the work of DOIT!
Sandra Schön, co-ordinator of the DOIT project (Salzburg Research), was asked to take part within a panel discussion at the international re:publica in Berlin – “The Most Inspiring Festival For The Digital Society”. It directly addressed DOIT issues (2018-05-04):
Description of the session (translation of the official version in German):
Digitisation of education alone is not enough: new concepts are needed for modern teaching. Educational enthusiasts* are already developing missing ideas and materials themselves; teachers, makers and teachers share instructions, network resources, worksheets and lesson concepts. But how sustainable is this bottom-up approach in terms of social impact? And how much “open” can education take? We want to discuss this with our guests and the audience.
- Moderation: Christine Kolbe https://18.re-publica.com/de/member/2682
- Dejan Mihajlović: https://18.re-publica.com/de/member/9524
- Melanie Stilz: https://18.re-publica.com/de/member/5492
- Sandra Schön: https://18.re-publica.com/de/member/1…
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The discussion was done in German.