EDUTINKER: Technology, Innovation and New Keys for Educational Resources 5th July 2016, Bilbao, Spain REGISTER OPEN (FREE)!! http://goo.gl/forms/OXm5Z63Twf Conference Programme The University of Deusto, as coordinator of the project “Make World: Learning Science through Computational Thinking”, financed by the European Commission within the Erasmus+ programme, will host the international conference “EDUTINKER: Technology, Innovation and New […]
The Spanish newspaper El Correo has published an article about Make World “a European project [which] is trying to improve learning of scientific subjects in primary school”.
CodeMonkey aims to teach students skills like problem solving, multiple-step, critical and analytical thinking skills. Suitable for children from the age of 9 and up, although there are also younger users. Students will help the monkey get his bananas back by writing lines of code in CoffeeScript, a real programming language used in the industry for developing […]
CK-12 is an online educational content site sponsored by the CK-12 Foundation, a nonprofit that desires to increase worldwide K-12 access to STEM content. CK-12’s main offering is a collection of free digital textbooks (called “Flexbooks”) for high school age students, particularly on topics in science, engineering and math. CK-12 has created a total of […]
Hi all, The question of how to deal with under-13 users in Make World is an issue that preoccupies us quite a lot. I’ll start with some thoughts and will do my best to organize them. At this point there does not seem to be a perfect solution and we have to look at what is a […]
Thanks for visiting our blog! Would you like to contribute? Here are some ideas you could write about: Your experience using an innovative tool (ICT or not) or methodology in STEM education Challenges to attract children/youth to STEM (it may focus on girls) What motivates your students What is STEM for in real life? Examples […]