With the help of Lego educational kits, we make more interesting form of our story about the use of renewable energy sources and the preservation of the Earth by recycling. By inter-subject correlation, learning will be more interesting
In our class of first grade ,,Dragan Luksic” Primary School in Belgrade, we celebrated STEM Discovery Week 2019 on April 24 during project class with the story of keeping our planet by not polluting and recycling certain materials and by using renewable energy sources. Each group presented one energy source. So we are talking about the energy of water, sun, wind and earth…
Every year, last week of April is the STEM Discovery Week in April, and within it celebrating Planet Earth Day. As a result of this on science class on 23th of April, we looked at the BBC films about the planet Earth and renewed little knowledge of what we know about our planet and drew attention to the need to keep the planet safe by not polluting and saving its resources . We saw upsetting images of animals that died due to the presence of plastic and plastic bags
At the Second National Scientific Conference : Towards responsible STEM education, held at the Zira Hotel in Belgrade, Serbia, on 22nd and 23th February 2019, Mirjana Tisma and Tanja Olear Gojic, Scientix ambassador held for teachers a workshop “Programming for the youngest” and presented their work with the youngest in overcome the basics of programming, coding and robotics.
Inspired by the activities of teachers from the Scientific community and in the event of STEM Discovery Week, UcenIQ, with the support of Mensa Serbia, organized its first Winter camp for children from the 1st to the 4th grade in two cycles (2 x 3 days): the first since 5th to 7th of February and the second one from 12th to 14th of February, in Belgrade. The half-day program included workshops from the program: “Learning is easy, because we know how to” “We learn in the museum” “STEAM” creative workshops (STEAM = Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics)
Especially interesting was the visit to the Museum of Nikola Tesla and interesting activities of learning about electricity. We learned: what is electricity; how to make an electric circuit; what materials conduct electricity, and which it does not; What is Tesla’s ball …
After holding several inclusive workshops during the Code Week and Hour of Code, we saw the need for children with disabilities to indicate the ability to learn coding through cheerful activities with different educational robotics.