Development of an Educational Scenario with the theme “Catalytic Converters of Cars” in the context of S.T.E.M. Education.

Author: Polydoros Stavropoulos, Teacher Mechanical Engineering, MSc STEM in education, Athens Greece.

Date: Whenever

Presentation of the development a digital learning dynamic scenario.

Title: Development of an Educational Scenario with the theme “Catalytic Converters of Cars” in the context of S.T.E.M. Education.

The digital learning scenario we are presenting is designed for the training of secondary vocational schools métier mechanics engineering. I have uploaded the first dynamic learning scenario to the tool ISE (Inspring Scence). The learning scenario is at the folllwing link:

http://inspiringscience.rdea.gr/delivery/view/index.html?id=ed3b0c27c8c74bcf8560ecde3e906782&t=p

The portal Open Discovery Space offer for free the tool ISE which enables the development of five-phase dynamic learning scenarios, which are distincted and are referred as:

PHASE 1: Challenge of Interest and Position of Questions.

PHASE 2: Creating Assumptions and Work Plan.

PHASE 3: Design and Experimentation.

PHASE 4: Analysis and Interpretation.

PHASE 5: Conclusion and Evaluation.

The pages of the phases are ready for the development of the script and in these phases we have the possibilities:

a) use of multimedia

b) online Quiz with questions of formative evaluation but also problem solving

c) results of formative assessment of the cognitive level of the students / three

d) problem solving results

The duration of the scenario should exceed 2 teaching hours and be based on problem solving.

More information about the results that ISE gives to the teacher you can read to the follwing link: http://sv1ahh1.blogspot.com/2021/04/tool-ise.html

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My name is Polydoros Stavropoulos and I live in Piraeus Greece. STEM Ambassador Scientix MSc S.T.E.M. in Education, Pedagogical Department of ASPAITE. BSC Mechanic Engineering. In general, Lecturer experience for 36 years at public vocational High Schools. Director/Lecturer of the 3rd Laboratory Center of Piraeus for 10 years (2007-2017). Deputy Director for nine years (1991-1999) at vocational high schools. Author for many articles in Greek scientific conferences and scientific magazines. Author and translator on 35 Mechanical books in the publishing group ION about automotive technology. Certified as Adults Trainer Mechanical Engineer and Inspector of Safety, Health and Quality Controller Certified Lecturer for Moodle Asynchronous Distance Learning. Two licenses classes (B and C) Radio Amateur. Long-term training at the National School of Public Administration on "school unit management". Several additional certifications in relation with language/computers etc. Member in Headquarters as Treasurer in the Hellenic Education Scientific Union of STEM

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