About cemmoran

Hello there. Turkey, serving as Çanakkalede classroom teachers. I've been doing STEM projects for 2 years on Twinning. I work as a Stem Trainer of the Ministry of National Education. I gave STEM training to more than 500 people. I am doing a doctorate at Çanakkale 18 Mart University.

Health Innovation with STEM

Health Innovation  with STEM is an eTwinning  project. With this project, we asked our students to come up with solutions to the Covid-19 pandemic. Teachers from Turkey, Portugal and Jordan participated in our project. In our project, we wanted to create inavosian in health. for this reason, we took advantage of the STEM education approach. We’ve prepared our plans. We practiced it in our classrooms. We’ve prepared the students for the problem situations. Students have created solutions to these problems using STEM disciplines.

Making a Stethoscope

Our first activity was the preparation of stethoscopes for students. Firstly we presented the students with a problem situation. Diseases have increased in the hospital. Doctors don’t have stethoscopes.  What kind of product would you design? Secondly, we asked the students to design using waste materials from their homes. Finally, the students made their designs. They presented it to their friends in a live class.

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Author: Cem Moran

Hello, I am a primary school teacher in Turkey. I and my students participate in eTwinning projects that involve STEM education.

In the activity that I organised on 6 – 10 April 2020, we covered the issue of helping people around us or, in other words, solidarity. Our activity is based on the acquisition of life science skills. We asked the students to observe their home places. Students observed their families for a week. They listed the issues their families faced. Then we wanted to choose the most important of these issues.

Then, the subject of geometric bodies was studied in detail. We taught students concepts such as cube and square prism in math class. Then we asked the families to design a solution product. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, students drew and later made their 3D designs at home. At this stage, they used waste materials at home.

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