DOIT will join the MakerDays for kids, hosted by TU Graz (Graz Univeristy of Technology) in August. For four days, kids from 10 to 14 can work in open makerspace settings and design products and prototypes with digital materials and tools. Try programming, learn how to control a robot and get in touch with new media.
When and where?
On August 13, 14, 16 and 17 you can visit the Maker Days from 9:00 to 16:00 at TU Graz, Inffeldgasse 13. To get more information and register for the event, please go to their Website.
Today, Sandra Schön (Salzburg Research) presents the paper co-authored by Christian Voigt (Zentrum für Soziale Innovation) and Radovana Jagrikova (Youth Pro Aktiv) “Social innovations within makerspace settings for early entrepreneurial education – The DOIT project” at the international EDmedia conference in Amsterdam.
These are 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).
On June 21st, Elisabeth Unterfrauner from DOIT partner ZSI (Centre for Social Innovation) gave a presentation on the topic “Towards a Model of Early Entrepreneurial Education: Appreciation, Facilitation and Evaluation” at the MIS4TEL conference in Toledo, Spain.
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DOIT’s coordinator Sandra Schön (Salzburg Research) and DOIT’s advisory board member Kristin Narr did a common webinar for the German initiative “Gutes Aufwachsen mit Medien”. Their talk (in German) from June, 14th, is available online and under an open license (CC BY 4.0).