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Invitasjon til å vise frem prosjekt Be-tech i Italia

Logo Esera 2019

Alta kommune mottok nylig følgene epost:

We would like to inform you that your poster has been selected to be exposed at the Esera Congress in Bologna

Det var en invitasjon til å vise frem det internasjonale realfagsprosjektet Be-tech på Esera sin realfagskonferanse i Bologna i slutten av august 2019

I november 2018 fikk Alta kommune tilsagn på ca 14 000 000,- fra Kolarctic til å jobbe med Realfagsmotivasjon for å bistå næringslivet med kompetent arbeidskraft i fremtiden, samt forberede oss på det grønne skiftet. (Mer info finnes under prosjekt Be-tech) I mai 2019 fikk vi en epost fra The European Science Education Reserach Assosiation (ESERA), hvor de skrev at vi var plukket til å ha en poster på i konferansens "posterhjørne". 17 prosjekter fra ulike deler av verden er blitt invitert. Fra MiT i Bosten til Universitetet i Tiblisi. Nederfor finner du listen over de 17 utvalgte prosjektene. 

 

 

Project

Contact persons

A COMMUNITY SHARED APPROACH TO A M.ED. PROGRAM ON INTEGRATIVE STEM

Noa Ragonis, Tili Wagner, Daphne Goldman, Osnat Dagan

Beit Berl College, Israel     

Aligning Written Explanations with Design Reasoning in Elementary Engineering Classrooms

 

Patricia C. Paugh, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts Boston, Department of Curriculum & Instruction, 100 Morrisey Boulevard, Boston, MA 02125 USA

ARTIST – Action Research to Innovate Science Teaching

Ingo Eilksa, Nadja Belovaa,

University of Bremen, Germany - coordinator

Marika Kapanadzeb, Ilia State University, Tbilisi, Georgia – co-coordinator

CELL EXPLORERS: STEM ENGAGEMENT IN SCHOOLS DELIVERED BY HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS

www.cellexplorers.com

Muriel Grenon, Shane Mc Guinness

Biochemistry, School of Natural Sciences, National University of Ireland Galway, Galway, Ireland

Chemical Symbolic Language as a Social Semiotic Resource 

Ollie Hunter

Secondary school chemistry teacher at Benenden School, Kent, UK and EdD student at the University of Cambridge Faculty of Education, UK

Development of common approaches to involvement youth into science and technical sphere - Be Tech!

Trond Einar Persen,

Municipality of Alta (Lead Partner), Norway

Go-Lab Platform – Learning by Inquiry

https://www.golabz.eu/

Ton de Jong

University of Twente

I SEE – Inclusive STEM Education to Enhance the capacity to aspire and imagine future careers

https://iseeproject.eu

Olivia Levrini

Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna

Let's go STEM: Its influence on Physics' learning, interest and motivation

Mónica Baptista and Sofia Freire, Instituto de Educação da Universidade de Lisboa (IEUL)

Horácio Fernandes, Instituto Superior Técnico (IST)

Rui Agostinho, Faculdade de Ciências das Universidade de Lisboa (FCUL)

Carla Morais, Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade do Porto (FCUP)

MaSDiV - Supporting Mathematics and Science teachers in addressing Diversity and promoting fundamental Values

http://masdiv-project.eu

Prof. Dr. Katja Maaß, International Center of STEM Education (ICSE) at the University of Education, Freiburg

 

Minds On Hands On STEM Goes On

https://erasmus-stem.weebly.com/

Mrs Helen Paju,

Head of Studies in Juhan Liivi nim Alatskivi Kool

 

MultiCO – Career-Based scenarios promoting students’ career awareness and their interest in science

http://www.multico-project.eu/

Tuula Keinonen

University of Eastern Finland

School of Applied Educational Science and Teacher Education

RAS200: MAKING SPACE PROGRAMME

http://makingspace.ga/

Adriana Cardinot, Andy Shearer

School of Physics, National University of Ireland

 

RoboCoop – Robotics Education driven by Interregional Cooperation

https://pria.at/education/robocoop

Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Wilfried Lepuschitz, lepuschitz@pria.at , Practical Robotics Institute Austria (PRIA)

Nina Bratkova, nina.bratkova@cvtisr.sk , Centrum vedecko-technickych informacci SR (CVTI ST)

Ao.Univ.Prof. Dipl-Ing. Dr.techn. Markus Vincze, vincze@acin.tuwien.ac.at , Institut für Automatisierungs- und Regelungstechnik, Technische Universität Wien (ACIN)

Richard Balog, PhD., balogh@elf.stuba.sk, Slovak University of Technology Bratislava (STU)

Caroline Jäckl, caroline.jaeckl@bildung-wien.gv.at, Stadtschulrat Wien (SSR)

Robotics and STEM education for children and primary schools – botSTEM

https://www.botstem.eu

Ileana M. GRECA

Universidad de Burgos, 09001, Burgos, Spain

Björn CRONQUIST, Marie FRIDBERG, Andreas REDFORS

Kristianstad University, SE-291 88, Kristianstad, Sweden

SENSOSCIENCE: REACHING STEM OBJECTIVES THROUGH THE INQUIRYhttp://www2.ual.es/sensociencia/

Castillo-Hernández, Francisco; Jiménez-Liso, María Rut; Martínez-Chico, María; López-Gay, Rafael

University of Almería

The „Be STEMpatic!“ project: model of the identification of STEM gifted and talented students in school

Professor Josip Burusic

Ivo Pilar Institute of Social Sciences, Zagreb, Croatia


 

 

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