”Lecturers without borders” (LeWiBo) invites teachers to the next open webinar devoted to the STEM Education.
Title: „STEM Education: Challenges and Opportunities of the XXI Century”.
Monday, August 2nd, 18:00 (Bucharest time)
What to expect?
Scientists/ Educators from around the world will be sharing their pedagogical initiatives and methods in a round-table discussion about their experience using new innovative tools to help students embrace and practice the most important skills of our century.
PRINCIPLES OF THE STEM METHOD
Barbara Callerani – Italy. STEM is an innovative teaching approach to science disciplines. This method brings the knowledge learned from books closer to the reality around us, leading students to find multiple solutions to real problems. A great way to prepare students for the competitive and challenging world they will face after school.
Pankaj Jain – India. To educate is to enable each individual to fulfil their potential: to be, to grow, tobecome. Working with teachers and school managements, S2S aims to implement an inquiry-driven constructivist pedagogy in their classrooms with customised-programs developed for schools to impart 21st-century skills.
Gabriel Gellon – Argentina. Fenomenautas is an online platform of educational resources for science classes that offers free downloadable didactical sequences, fully adaptable to hybrideducation. We propose to put students in the leading role of their thinking, seeking to examine the connections between ideas and phenomena.
Please register at https://us02web.zoom.us/
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„Lecturers without borders” is a non-profit NGO aiming to connect scientists, travelling to conferences or on private occasions, with high schools to organise free outreach lectures for interested teenagers. They also arrange online lectures in the form of free webinars: https://lewibo.org/lectures.
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Sursa: LeWiBo, via email to iTeach Romania Imagine creată de ThisIsEngineering, de la Pexels