[workshop] Making With Kids in Europe – To Foster Digital Literacy, to Make a Better World, and to Build a New Entrepreneurship Education #making #edmedia #InnovateLearning

At this year ED-Media conference in Amsterdam we start with a workshop on „Making With Kids in Europe – To Foster Digital Literacy, to Make a Better World, and to Build a New Entrepreneurship Education“ where we like to introduce to our activities.

Description:

Some of Europe’s leading experts on making with children will share their experiences and different approaches within this joint workshop The workshop will include presentations about teacher education within makerspaces at the University of Technologies Graz (AT), about inspiring social innovation and educational projects at the Waag Society (NL) and about the European initiative DOIT, which sees making as a good base for an early entrepreneurship education. Participants will work with a set of tools and smaller maker projects. For example, they can program educational games in Scratch, build a dough piano (which will do music!) with a MaKeyMaKey set, or sew some “smart gloves”. Interactive discussions will be the base to develop own future implementations.

Find here the slides and workshop hand-outs at DOIT’s website.

Folien/Aufzeichnung von „Kinder sind Maker – Einstieg ins digitale Basteln“ mit Kristin Narr und mir

Die Folien des Online-Vortrags von Kristin Narr und mir zum Thema Kinder sind Maker – Einstieg ins digitale Basteln, der Initiative Gutes Aufwachsen mit Medien sind nun online zugänglich – unter CC BY 4.0 🙂 – genauso übrigens wie die Aufzeichnung: https://www.gutes-aufwachsen-mit-medien.de/weiterbilden/article.cfm/key.3380/aus.2/StartAt.1/page.1/uactive.3

 

Publication: DOIT’s experiences with the European Entrepreneurship Competence Framework

(C) McCallum E., Weicht R., McMullan L., Price A., (2018). EntreComp into Action: get inspired, make it happen (M. Bacigalupo & W. O’Keeffe Eds.) , EUR 29105 EN, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, 20, URL: europa.eu/!fb73BK – title

Within the first week of March 2018, the project team of the  European Entrepreneurship Competence Framework published – with a contribution of DOIT! (this posting was originally published at the DOIT homepage :-))

From the abstract:

EntreComp into Action is a guide for those individuals and organisations who want to use EntreComp, the Entrepreneurship Competence Framework, to foster entrepreneurial learning. It illustrates the breadth and depth of potential for using EntreComp to meet different goals and aims to inspire more actors across Europe and beyond to use it as reference.

DOIT contributed to this guide as well, please have a look at the  screenshots of our contribution (not available under CC BY, but under similar conditions, see the reuse policy of European Commission documents is regulated by Decision 2011/833/EU (OJ L 330, 14.12.2011, p. 39).

(C) McCallum E., Weicht R., McMullan L., Price A., (2018). EntreComp into Action: get inspired, make it happen (M. Bacigalupo & W. O’Keeffe Eds.) , EUR 29105 EN, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, 20, URL: europa.eu/!fb73BK – p. 74

(C) McCallum E., Weicht R., McMullan L., Price A., (2018). EntreComp into Action: get inspired, make it happen (M. Bacigalupo & W. O’Keeffe Eds.) , EUR 29105 EN, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, 20, URL: europa.eu/!fb73BK – p. 75

 

  • McCallum E., Weicht R., McMullan L., Price  A., (2018). EntreComp into Action: get inspired, make it happen (M. Bacigalupo & W. O’Keeffe Eds.) , EUR 29105 EN, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, 20, URL: europa.eu/!fb73BK

[publication] Digital social innovation within education: Five insights on the role of digital tools in the field of Open Educational Resources (OER) projects #OER #DSI

Our publication titled „Digital social innovation within education: Five insights on the role of digital tools in the field of Open Educational Resources (OER) projects“ got published in the new volume of „Progress in Education„.

Abstract:

Open Educational Resources (OER) are regarded as one of the main digital social innovations (DSI) of the last centuries. OER is defined as open licenced learning content or software for learning and teaching, e.g. textbooks, courses, or learning management systems. Building on the authors‘ experiences in OER within the projects, this contribution describes four OER projects as case studies for OER. Based on a general case outline, involved partners, funding, development and organisation, used digital tools, results and impact of the projects are characterised. The final chapter addresses the main issues on tools and software needed in OER projects. According to the experiences in the case studies five assumptions about digital tools in OER projects are postulated and open for discussion.

[Draft @ ResearchGate]

Reference: Schön, S., Ebner, M., Hornung-Prähauser, V. (2017). Digital social innovation within education: Five insights on the role of digital tools in the field of Open Educational Resources (OER) projects. In: Nata, R. V. (ed). Progress in Education. Vol. 49. Nova publisher, pp. 167-188.

Workshop: Internet der Dinge – mit einfachen Werkzeugen zu Ideen und Prototypen für Open Service Innovationen

Gemeinsam mit KollegInnen der Salzburg Research durfte ich im Rahmen der Salzburger Innovationstagung 2017 vorstellen, welche Überlegungen wir in den letzten Monaten rund um Innovationsräume und Entwicklung von Innovationen im Umfeld von IoT, vor allem im Bezug auf Fachfremde und KMUs zusammengetragen haben. Und wir haben ganz konkret Werkzeuge vorgestellt, die uns für die Innovationsentwicklung mit Einsteiger/innen geeignet erscheinen.

Hier die Folien zum Vortrag:

  • Markus Lassnig, Diana Wieden-Bischof & Sandra Schön (2017). Internet der Dinge – mit einfachen Werkzeugen zu Ideen und Prototypen für Open Service Innovationen. Vortrag im Rahmen eines gleichnamigen Workshops beim Salzburger Innovationstag 2017 (16.11.2017).