We kicked it off! – Kick-off meeting in Amsterdam (2017-10-30/31 at Waag Society)

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)”

A DOIT workshop at the next EdMedia conference in Amsterdam (2018-06-25)

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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DOIT presentation at national eEducation conference in Austria (Eisenstadt, 2017-10-04)

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!