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Steam-Active on IEEE

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Fifth Partners' Meeting

The STEAM-Active fifth partners' meeting took place in Kaunas (LT) on 19 - 20 June 2023.
All partners participated in the meeting and the main discussed topics were:
- Definition of the piloting process for the online course
- Approval of the first set of teaching-learning strategies and definition of the assessment and piloting process
- Analysis of the sustainability activities


Paper submitted at the EAEEIE conference

A wonderful opportunity to disseminate the STEAM-Active project!
The project partners presented a paper for the EAEEIE conference (About EAEEIE) talking about the objectives, target groups, expected results and products that will be developed within the STEAM-Active project framework.


STEAM-Active: Fourth Partners' Meeting

The STEAM-Active fourth partners' meeting took place online (zoom) on 11 January 2023.
All partners participated in the meeting and the main discussed topics were:
- Project Result 2: Presentation of the draft version of the E-Learning Course modules;
- Project Result 3: Presentation of the template for the identification of the problems to be solved with the TLSs;
- Presentation of the Memorandum of Understanding.

As usual, the meeting was very fruitful and the partnership showed all its cohesion.


Draft Version of the E-Learning Course content

Working with great precision and effectiveness, the project partners have developed the draft version of the E-Learning Course content that will be discussed at the online meeting to be held on January 11.


E-Learning Course: Work in Progress!

The Project Partners started to work on the Project Result 2: the E-Learning Course.
In particular, working in pairs, they are developing the draft contents of the course (addressed to lecturers in engineering) and strictly related to the protocol.


Protocol for Teachers Available!

The protocol for teachers outlining the features of the STEAM approach developed by the University of the Basque Country with the support of all the other HEIs Partners is now available on the project's website.

Click here to check out!


Third Partners' Meeting

The STEAM-Active third partners' meeting took place online on 5 - 6 September 2022 in Patras (EL) and on Zoom.
All partners participated in the meeting in person or online and the main discussed topics were:
- Presentation of the proposal of the protocol, a document to implement and evaluate STEAM
interventions for higher education students
- Analysis of the protocol
- Analysis of the table of contents for the e-learning course for lecturers on how to apply innovative STEAM teaching methodologies


Protocol: Work in Progess

The HEI's Project Partners are almost finished working on the final version of the Protocol for Teacher, which will soon be available on our website.

Stay tuned!


Bibliographic Review: Upload Completed

The HEIs partners have uploaded all the 40 Bibliographic Reviews!

They are available here.


Designing and implementing a STEM career maturity program for prospective counselors

The Consortium Partner University of Peloponnese uploaded the review entitled "Designing and implementing a STEM career maturity program for prospective counselors" review to the project website.

Have a closer look here.


Teaching socio-scientific issues through integrated STEM education: an effective practical averment from Indonesian science lessons

The Consortium Partner IMH uploaded this interesting bibliographic review to the project website.

Have a closer look here.


Uploading of Bibliographic Reviews!

The reviews that the HEIs partners of the project are uploading aim to determine what STEM/STEAM is (by placing the term in its historical context), how new methodologies are different from the previous ones, and the extent to which STEAM teaching approaches are feasible in the classrooms of different engineering degrees in the European context.

The Bibliographic Reviews are available here.


STEAM-Active Kick-off Meeting

The kick-off meeting of the STEAM-Active project took place online as a consequence of the COVID-19. All partners participated in the meeting and the main topics discussed were:
- Presentation of the project activities, objectives and results;
- Presentation of the templates and calendar of activities for the first project result;
- Analysis of the Project Assessment by the Spanish National Agency;
- Presentation of the financial management.


STEAM-Active Project

The STEAM-Active project is funded by the European Commission through the Spanish National Agency for the Erasmus+ Programme to improve engineering teachers’ knowledge and experience using innovative educational methodologies such as STEAM and to better students’ performance in engineering-related social issues by promoting their ability to integrate different disciplines in solving a problem.

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