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.
Increasing number of pedestrian accidents is a sore problem which every community faces on a daily basis. But what people could do in order to slightly reduce these numbers? Of course, firstly we need to start changing a small detail which helps us to be visible in the dark — and there is no better option than to wear a reflector. But what about more accessories that could glow in the dark?Continue reading ““Night Flash” – Success Story #018”
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).
DOIT partner ZSI (Centre for Social Innovation) and the Elternverein Gröbming will organize makerdays for kids (8 to 12) from the 3rd to 6th of September in Gröbming, Styria.
The students will identify issues that are related to water and will commonly find, draft and create solutions for these issues.
The workshop will be held from 08:30 – 12:30 and will be also supported by the TU Graz. This first pilot is limited to 18 kids (registration under firstname.lastname@example.org).
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).
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.