DOIT was already mentioned within some of DOIT’s partners publication but the first “only DOIT” publication within a journal is available now as well: A short description of DOIT within Austria’s journal “medienimpulse“. Of course DOIT’s publication is freely available (and open licenced).
The journal’s editors feature DOIT contribution with the following words (translated by DeepL):
Garbage cans that thank you and bikes that water trees: The H2020 project DOIT aims to provide impetus for the targeted support of young creativity. Sandra Schön and Eva-Maria Hollauf report on a remarkable media-pedagogical project…
written by Eva-Maria Hollauf, Salzburg Research
5 kids, a bicycle, a tree, water and Wifi. How to make the world a little bit better with this combination? Keep reading this success story if you want to know!
Continue reading “A Bicycle for a better World – Success Story #001 is online!”
Main topic of Germany’s annual national conference about STEM (MINT Zukunfskonferenz 2017) was “STEAM” – transdisciplinary approaches to develop STEM interests in children. The importance of the event is illustrated though the facts that the venue was the German’s Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy and also Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel gave an introducational note (via video).
Continue reading “DOIT presentation in the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy (Berlin, 2017-12-12)”
Sandra Schoen (Salzburg Research) did a presentation about maker project that enhance our world towards a better place – digital social innvoation with children and teeanagers at the eEducation conference at the Interpaedagogica faire in Salzburg (Austria).
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On November 24th 2017, our partners Salzburg Research and ZSI (Center for Social Innovation, Vienna) hosted a workshop for about 30 teachers and other experts and interested people for technologies at schools at the eEducation conference at the Interpaedagogica fair in Salzburg (Austria).
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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.
Continue reading “Meet us: DOIT Presentation and Workshop at the eEducation (Interpaedagogica) in Salzburg (Austria)”
Amsterdam, 30th and 31st of October, 13 excited partners: In the beautiful building of our partner Waag Society in the Nieuwmarkt in the center of Amsterdam, we had our first official meeting. For two days, we had time to get to know each other and talk about our aims, dreams and fears of the next 36 months. Besides the project partners, we had a very special guest on the first day: Our project officer from the European Commission joined us to give us interesting input about our deliverables and also about formal requirements. She even supervised our project game! Continue reading “We kicked it off! – Kick-off meeting in Amsterdam (2017-10-30/31 at Waag Society)”
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!
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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.
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The project just started and Sandra Schön (Salzburg Research) did a first presentation about making with children and how this is related with a new approach of children’s early entrpreneurial education. At the annual eEducation conference in Eisenstadt she also did involve some of more than 50 attendees when showing functionalities of some Maker kits.
At the photo you see Dr. Robert Kristöfl (Austrian Ministry of Education) and Barbara Buchegger (SaferInternet.at) supppoting to show how to build an alternative key set with MaKey Makey.
Besides this talk, Sandra Schön was also attending a panel discussion about the future of eEducation in Austria’s school.
A big thanks to all who made photos and allowed us to use and share it!