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STEAM Project Design Lab: From Philosophy to Practice


Available Date

24-28 January 2022
16-20 MAY 2022

A tailor-made training can be designed to meet the specific needs and requirements of organizations with 6 or more participants.

Upon successful completion- as determined by attendance, participation a certificate is awarded.

What is STEAM?


STEAM Education is an approach to learning that uses Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics as access points for guiding student inquiry, dialogue, and critical thinking.

Using STEAM education results in students who take thoughtful risks, engage in experiential learning, persist in problem-solving, embrace collaboration, and work through the creative process. These are the innovators, educators, leaders, and learners of the 21st century!  This comprehensive article will help you understand the keys to a meaningful STEAM effort.

How will this course help you improve?

This is a practical workshop that welcomes Teachers from different subject fields and levels. We will work in small groups and design ready-to-use projects, but also give an overview of the philosophy of STEAM and Project-based-Learning. The workshop will follow project phases from the design to actual implementation and reflection. In all of the stages, we will look at the theoretical background, real-life examples, and work on the project itself.
Learning outcomes:
Understands the philosophy of STEAM and Project-based Learning
Analyses different methods of evaluation and feedback
Designs an engaging STEAM project

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Course Trainers

Karolin Mäe is a Science educator who has been teaching for almost 15 years in different countries (Estonia, Costa Rica, Kenya, Ghana, and the USA) and learners from all age ranges. 


Course Trainers

Kristjan Lepp has worked for 5 years in a public school as a chemistry, physics, and math teacher in the 7th -12th grades. During that time created a STEAM seminar for public school teachers to amplify the implementation of the STEAM approach in Estonian schools. Currently, he is working in the public sector as a development advisor in the field of energetics.

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