Date: February 25
We invite teachers, parents, policymakers and other stakeholder communities to discuss the potential of coding, making and play-based non-formal and informal science learning activities. The challenges and opportunities for science education that emerged during the pandemic and look to the future for youth coding and making in Europe.
Participation at the event is free of charge, but registration is compulsory. The registration is for the whole webinar, but you are free to participate in any of the sessions using the same registration information.
|Time (in CET)||Theme||Moderator||Panellists|
|10:45-11:00||Introduction||Michalis Giannakos (NTNU, Norway)|
|11:00-12:30||The vital role of creativity and play in non-formal and informal STEM learning||Heather King (King’s College London)||Tom Doust, Institute of Imagination, UK
Dimitris Gramenos, FORTH, Greece
Jörg Hofstätter, ovos, Austria
Elizabeth Rushton, King’s College, London, UK
|13:00-14:30||Challenges and opportunities for informal science education that emerged during the pandemic||Michalis Giannakos (NTNU, Norway)||Steffi Knorn (TU Berlin, Germany)
Stefan Lebernegg (TU München, Germany)
Nicole Salomon (ovos, Austria)
Sevinc Kisacik (Science Museum, London, UK)
|15:00-16:30||Advancing Science literacies for children||Iro Voulgari (UoM, Malta)||Charoula Angeli (University of Cyprus, Cyprus)
Mike Horn (Northwestern University, USA)
Antonios Liapis (UoM, Malta)
Maria Xanthoudaki (Center for Research in Informal Education, National Museum of Science and Technology Leonardo da Vinci, Italy)
|17:00-18:15||Interactive playful workshop on privacy and personal data in the digital era.
The “GDPR and 40 Thieves” workshop is aimed at all ages and combines fairy tales and myths with humor and imagination to present comprehensively and entertainingly European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the fundamental rights and freedoms it guarantees for all citizens.
|Moderator: Dimitris Gramenos, FORTH, Greece
The event is organised by the COMnPLAY SCIENCE project (https://comnplayscience.eu/) in collaboration with the LearnML (http://learnml.eu/). COMnPLAY SCIENCE has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 787476. LearnML from the European Union’s Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership program (KA201: Strategic Partnerships for School Education) under grant agreement No 2019-1-MT01-KA201-051220.