STEM for Primary and Secondary Teachers (STPS201)
Best Practices of Multidisciplinary, Student-Centered, Playful and Experience-Oriented Education from Finland.
The course gives a pedagogical overview and practical introduction to STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) integrated approaches in everyday learning based on current educational trends and approaches. The primary source of inspiration is the Finnish National Core Curriculum's interdisciplinary framework for project-based learning, transversal themes and education for sustainable development. In addition to the Finnish context, to ensure the adaptability of the content, we will also study the lessons learned and the theoretical and pragmatic insights gained through Experience Workshop STEAM Network's interdisciplinary education projects and co-operations in Asia, America, Europe, and Australia.
Who Can Attend?
This course will be helpful for those who are at the beginning of their career as a Primary or Secondary teacher, who have no or little formal professional training, or those who experience a need to update and support their practices with more knowledge on recent trends in STEAM education.
Inter- and multidisciplinary education in Finland, based on the Finnish National Core Curriculum for Basic Education
STEAM Around the World: International trends in STEAM education
WHY STEAM NOW? Research-based Arguments for Integrated Approaches in Education & Tools for Planning, Organizing and Facilitating STEAM Programs
The Experience Workshop Global STEAM Network from Finland: Developing Key Competences for enhancing Collective Creativity and Students’ and Teachers’ Well-being
Computational Thinking-based Modeling In Learning Different Subjects
Adventures on Paper: Hands-On STEAM Projects based on Inexpensive Materials
Children and Youth Mathematical Art Projects for Developing Education through the Collaboration of Teachers
Summary, Reflection and Celebration of Participants’ Own STEAM Projects
Mode of Delivery:
(Numbers and duration)
8 x 90 minutes Total
Primary and Secondary school teachers and Home-schooling parents.
Next Batches Starting From
17 March 2023
Video Content: 16 (each session includes 1 video presentation of the content and 1 video demonstrating a content element)
30 mins each session * 8 sessions = 240 mins
Reading Content / assignments: 16 (each session includes 2 reading resources)
1 reading material: 1 hr efforts
Development Project: 1
Course Completion Certificate
You will get a e-certificate, after completion of course.
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