STEAM education with innovative methods and digital tools supporting hybrid education.
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3rd Free-ED Webinar
STEAM education with innovative methods and digital tools supporting hybrid education.
The host institution: Johannes Kepler University, Linz
16th February 2022
17.00 – 20. 00 EET/ 16.00 – 19. 00 CET
17:00 – 17:15 EET/ 16:00 -16:15 CET
Greetings and introduction
Alpár Ferencz-Salamon, CCDHR – the Free-ED webinar series, how can teachers get involved during and following the webinar, technical details on participant interaction (chat, Q&A, if someone would like to activate and use their camera and microphone let us know in chat and we give them permission)
Eva Ulbrich, JKU – their involvement in STEAM, why should schools/ teachers apply the STEAM approach
Csilla Lazar, SEC – shortly about the project, how can teachers get involved? project/partners – presented by Csilla-Spektrum.
17.15 – 17.35 EET/ 16.15 – 16.35 CET
Keynote presentation:
Dr. Zsolt Lavicza: Hybrid Learning in an Educational Research Doctoral Programme
17.35 – 18.20 EET/ 16.35 – 17.20 CET
Eva Ulbrich: GeoGebra 3D for aMaze-ing mathematics
labyrinths, mazes, mathematical mazes, connection to the curriculum
participants try out an AR maze, using the Geogebra 3D app
Questions & Answers
18.20 – 19.05 EET/ 17.20 – 18.05 CET
Simon Barlovits: MathCityMaps – A tool to synchronise the classroom and the outside for a real hybrid experience
presentation of the MathCityMap project, platform and app
Participants download and try out the MCM application
Questions & Answers
19.05 – 19.50 EET/ 18.05 – 18.50 CET
Dr. Kristóf Fenyvesi, Finnish Institute for Educational Research, University of Jyväskylä: How to Get Back Into Balance in a Hybrid Environment by STEAM? A Hands-on Workshop using 4Dframe models
Introduction of the topic
On-site participants are doing experiment with the physical 4Dframe toolkit, online participants try various online simulations regarding the same phenomenon. – Coordinated by Tercsi Balázs
On-site and online participants discuss their discoveries, exchange their opinions and try to come up with a joint conclusion regarding their interpretations of the same phenomenon.
On-site and online participants reflect on the process (similarities and differences) of onsite and online explorations and the fruitful and challenging aspects of working in a hybrid group
Question&Answer session moderated by Dr. Kristóf Fenyvesi & Teréz Balázs.
19.50 – 20.00 EET/ 18.50 – 19.00
Closing session
Short presentation of the participants’ suggestions made on the Miro/Padlet/Jamboard. Workshop feedback questionnaire to be presented and participants complete it. Informing participants on the next webinar date and topic.
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