Creating Voltron In STEM

Definition: The name of our project comes from the fact that the movie called Voltron and expresses the power of the association. Industrial development includes activities for STEM studies in the field of education aimed at adapting. Students will be able to identify problems and problems in their environment and produce solutions. Students will be able to get information about the STEM professions of the future by bringing together the students with the people who are educated in the field of engineering and performing this profession

Aim: To unite the importance of teamwork with the power of STEM education.

Participants and Mass: Our project is an international eTwinning project. Turkey is one of 10 different places, from Azerbaijan through Greece from Poland and Romania are located participants and cooperation of all levels of classes of school.

Why did we study this topic? We had no studies on STEM in our curriculum. For this reason, we wanted to do STEM study by combining the achievements in our curriculum. Moreover, this study has been carried out by internationally working with 15 schools from 5 countries.

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STEM is No. 5 for the Education Agenda according to IBE-UNESCO

Hello, guys!

Today is a very great day! First, my conference paper has been published in the Knowledge E publisher in relation to the International Conference on Southeast ASEAN studies. Here is the link: https://knepublishing.com/index.php/Kne-Social/article/view/2335/5164

You can read and learn about STEM applications in food, especially for ASEAN food marketing. Do you ever convey that the STEM movement could gather with industry sectors? Of course, starting today, you have to realise that it is possible!

The second point I want to mention, is that when I scrolled my Twitter feeds, I found IBE-UNESCO’s update about the Education 2030 agenda. This is the happiest thing for me and you too! Kindly check this out: inprogressreflections.ibe-unesco.org/15-clues-to-support-the-education-2030-agenda/

From the reflections, STEM is no.5 of the clues for the Education 2030 Agenda to foster sustainable development. I am feeling energised because STEM has a strong power to enhance education in the future. For instance, the STEM Discovery Week 2018 has become the meaningful agenda for applying sustainable education because STEM people could engage together and share their perspectives. That’s also the point of the clues’ implementation.

Therefore, I hope I can survive and strengthen my journey as a STEM teacher in Indonesia and widen my networking to create STEM Indonesia Ambassadors.

High-five for all the STEM people! Let’s collaborate without borders.

Developing and evaluating skills for creativity and innovation

The project Developing and Evaluating Skills for Creativity and Innovation (DESCI) promotes alternating training paths based on the Living Lab approach, adopting participatory design methodologies, connecting school, enterprise, research and territory.

The school has the potential to create a co-working space, an innovation laboratory for the local community, for which the students, also guided by company tutors and by researchers, can develop innovative products that will be socially, ecologically and economically sustainable.

Desci arises from the need to address the problem of the mismatch between education and professional integration, to strengthen the links  between educational systems and the world of work, relating training programmes to the cultural, social and economic development of the territory.

A key issue is the teaching of innovation in its various facets and its vital connection, emphasised in many studies, to ethical, sociological and environmental aspects.

DESCI is funded under the programme Erasmus+, Key Action K2, by the National Agency INDIRE. The leader of the project is CNR-IRPPS, its partners are  institutions belonging to the world of eesearch and wducation from Italy, Greece and Spain.

”The 3rd Open Campus DESCI “Knowledge, Attitudes and Skills to Link Education to Workplaces” organised on 18 & 19 May at the National Kapodistrian University of Athens (with re-presenter professor Mrs Smyrnaiou Z.) in collaboration with  Hellenic Association of Science Journalists, Communicators and Writers is based in Athens  and 1st Experimental Middle School of Athens.

Main topics of the programme: Skills (Innovative, Multilevel), Innovative Teaching Practices for Linking Education and Workplaces, Skills Development in Practice Communities in the Educational and Work Environment, Informal Education, Work-Based Learning, Business Learning, field-centered learning, Assessment of attitudes, knowledge, skills.

 

Karsiyaka Aydogan Yagci BİLSEM STEM Discovery Week 5 Different STEM Activity with EBA Izmir and EGE University

Geplaatst door Mahmut Emre Bayrak op dinsdag 15 mei 2018

Geplaatst door Mahmut Emre Bayrak op dinsdag 15 mei 2018

Geplaatst door Mahmut Emre Bayrak op dinsdag 15 mei 2018

Geplaatst door Mahmut Emre Bayrak op dinsdag 15 mei 2018

Geplaatst door Mahmut Emre Bayrak op dinsdag 15 mei 2018

Geplaatst door Mahmut Emre Bayrak op dinsdag 15 mei 2018

Geplaatst door Mahmut Emre Bayrak op dinsdag 15 mei 2018

Geplaatst door Mahmut Emre Bayrak op dinsdag 15 mei 2018

Geplaatst door Mahmut Emre Bayrak op dinsdag 15 mei 2018

Geplaatst door Mahmut Emre Bayrak op dinsdag 15 mei 2018

Geplaatst door Mahmut Emre Bayrak op dinsdag 15 mei 2018

Geplaatst door Mahmut Emre Bayrak op dinsdag 15 mei 2018

Geplaatst door Mahmut Emre Bayrak op dinsdag 15 mei 2018

Geplaatst door Mahmut Emre Bayrak op dinsdag 15 mei 2018

Geplaatst door Mahmut Emre Bayrak op dinsdag 15 mei 2018

Geplaatst door Mahmut Emre Bayrak op dinsdag 15 mei 2018

 

Karşıyaka Aydoğan Yağcı BİLSEM “STEM Discovery Week Rubber Power Car Presentation”

We completed our activity which was part of the ”STEM Discovery Week” on 28th April with the participation of 20 teachers and 50 students. 4 different STEM events were organised for students within the scope of the event.

Here is my main STEM activity which is “My Rubber Power Car”