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November 25, 2021

EDEN NAP – Upcoming Webinar – 1 December 2021

An item from our European colleagues about an up-coming webinar.

Dear Colleague,

We kindly inform you that the next EDEN NAP webinar ‘Assessment of STEM transversal skills from conceptual framework to real- world problems’ will take place on Wednesday, 1 December 2021, at 17:00 CET.
The session will consist in presentations followed by a discussion.

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You will get the joining instructions in a separate email before the webinar.
Registered webinar participants will be awarded by EDEN open badges.

Moderators

Orna Farrell
Assistant Professor specialising in online and blended education in Dublin City University (DCU), Ireland
Prajakta Girme
Researcher in Dublin City University (DCU), Irelan

Panelists

Eamon CostelloAssociate Professor of Digital Learning at Dublin City University (DCU), Ireland

Eva HartellHead of research in Haninge municipality, Researcher at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

Alberto SacidoSpanish teacher in Rosalía de Castro High School in Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Description

Assessment of Transversal Skills in STEM is an innovative policy experimentation project  being conducted across 8 EU countries and involving a partner network of 12 educational institutions. It aims to enhance digital assessment of students’ transversal skills in STEM. Drawing on key ideas and theories of STEM educational policy, formative assessment, use of digital learning tools, and integrated STEM education the project developed an overarching conceptual framework that underpinned a training and development programme for teachers. Teachers in 107 schools in seven European countries worked with teacher mentors to help teachers reflect on and develop their teaching practices to teach students key STEM skills via learning projects aiming to have real work impact and address the UN’s sustainable development goals.

This presentation will feature tales spun from theoretical frameworks to classroom practices. Dr. Eamon Costello will first give an overview of the project and discuss the topic of real world skills, a concept of contestation in the STEM educational discourse. Following the overview, Dr Eva Hartell  will present on the project implementation in Sweden where the research team worked in partnership with schools and parents on projects that allowed students to explore and affect their real world. Lastly, teacher Alberto Sacido will share an inspirational story of the ATS STEM pilot implementation undertaken in Rosalía de Castro High School, Spain, with his enterprising students in a project about Covid-19.

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Wednesday, 1st December 2021,
17:00 CET
EDEN 30th Anniversary – Three decades of serving modernisation in education
EDEN is supported by the ERASMUS+ Programme of the European Union.​
The European Distance and E-Learning Network is co-operating with EDEN Digital Learning Europe MTÜ (Estonia), in order to sustain the legacy of the EDEN Association brand after the United Kingdom having left the EU, to ensure continuity of services and activities for the benefit of the European academic and professional community in open, distance and online learning.
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