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The good Nutrients for Schools 

Erasmus+ KA 201 BOTSTEM Online Multiplier event

 

21 st. September Monday – 15.30 CET Time – Swati Vats Popat (India) – Stem and divergent Minds – Related outputs: Botstem O1: Toolkit for early STEM education by means of robotics and coding

Dr. Swati Popat Vats has been assiduous in making sweeping changes in pre-primary education in India and is the founder President of Early Childhood Association India, an association that works for quality care and education of our youngest citizens (0 to 6 years). She has received many accolades and awards for her contribution to Early Childhood Education. Swati has authored many books for parents and children and is a strong advocate of nature-based learning in the early years and promotes brain research-based teaching and parenting in her workshops across the globe.

22 nd. September Tuesday – 17.00 CET Time -Freddy Lavjardi & Daniel Frank (USA): “Why The World Needs More Women Engineers”- Related outputs: Botstem O1: Toolkit for early STEM education by means of robotics and coding

Fredi Lavjardi is an USA science teacher that captivated the country when he led his team of disadvantaged teenagers in a university-level underwater robotics competition, where they defeated leading schools, including top-ranked MIT. Their story inspired the acclaimed documentary Underwater Dreams, adapted into the major motion picture, Spare Parts. Honored with numerous awards for his spirited passion for teaching, Fredi continues to serve as a prominent advocate about the importance of STEM education and offers valuable and inspiring insight on fostering teamwork, sparking creativity and helping individuals realize and maximize their potential.

23th September Wednesday – 16.00 CET Time Alexandros Kofteros (Cyprus) “How to organise Robotics and Coding Events during Covid19” –  Related outputs: Botstem O1: Toolkit for early STEM education by means of robotics and coding

Alexandros Kofteros is a Primary School teacher in Nicosia, Cyprus. He is Cofounder of the Cyprus Computer History Museum and Heron/Mathisis.org research organization and has more than 15 national and international educational awards, including Best Practices, Innovative Practice. Research interests include one to one computing, parental involvement and online learning platforms in Primary Education.

24th. September  Thursday  17.00 CET Time –Marta Romero Ariza (Spain). “Teachers and Stem” – Related outputs: Bostem O2: Virtual Learning Environment) aimed at teachers on STEM subjects for childhood and primary education

Dr. Marta Romero Ariza is an Associate Professor at the Department of Didactics of Sciences in the University of Jaén, especially interested in research about sustainable development, education and how to enhance science learning using innovative approaches and technological resources. She has been actively engaged in several international projects such as COMPASS, PRIMAS, mascil and PARRISE among others, in the latter, as the leader of the Spanish team

25th. September  Friday  17.00 CET Time – Stefano Cobello (Italy). Robotics beyond STEM – preventing bullying through the use of robots
Dr. Stefano Cobello is the coordinator of the Italian National Network of Educational Institutions Polo Europeo della Conoscenza www.europole.org, He is the founder of the world network Nobody Less psv.europole.org

 

Translation from English into Spain will be available.

To attend the online meeting please register, You will receive the link to the chosen meeting. Fill the form

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The good Nutrients for Schools

Erasmus+ KA 201 BOTSTEM Online Multiplier event

 

21 st. September Monday – 15.30 CET Time – Swati Vats Popat (India) – Stem and divergent Minds – Related outputs: Botstem O1: Toolkit for early STEM education by means of robotics and coding

Dr. Swati Popat Vats has been assiduous in making sweeping changes in pre-primary education in India and is the founder President of Early Childhood Association India, an association that works for quality care and education of our youngest citizens (0 to 6 years). She has received many accolades and awards for her contribution to Early Childhood Education. Swati has authored many books for parents and children and is a strong advocate of nature-based learning in the early years and promotes brain research-based teaching and parenting in her workshops across the globe.

22 nd. September Tuesday – 17.00 CET Time -Freddy Lavjardi & Daniel Frank (USA): “Why The World Needs More Women Engineers”- Related outputs: Botstem O1: Toolkit for early STEM education by means of robotics and coding

Fredi Lavjardi is an USA science teacher that captivated the country when he led his team of disadvantaged teenagers in a university-level underwater robotics competition, where they defeated leading schools, including top-ranked MIT. Their story inspired the acclaimed documentary Underwater Dreams, adapted into the major motion picture, Spare Parts. Honored with numerous awards for his spirited passion for teaching, Fredi continues to serve as a prominent advocate about the importance of STEM education and offers valuable and inspiring insight on fostering teamwork, sparking creativity and helping individuals realize and maximize their potential.

 

23th September Wednesday – 16.00 CET Time Alexandros Kofteros (Cyprus) “How to organise Robotics and Coding Events during Covid19” – Related outputs: Botstem O1: Toolkit for early STEM education by means of robotics and coding

Alexandros Kofteros is a Primary School teacher in Nicosia, Cyprus. He is Cofounder of the Cyprus Computer History Museum and Heron/Mathisis.org research organization and has more than 15 national and international educational awards, including Best Practices, Innovative Practice. Research interests include one to one computing, parental involvement and online learning platforms in Primary Education.

24th. September Thursday 17.00 CET Time –Marta Romero Ariza (Spain). “Teachers and Stem” – Related outputs: Bostem O2: Virtual Learning Environment) aimed at teachers on STEM subjects for childhood and primary education

Dr. Marta Romero Ariza is an Associate Professor at the Department of Didactics of Sciences in the University of Jaén, especially interested in research about sustainable development, education and how to enhance science learning using innovative approaches and technological resources. She has been actively engaged in several international projects such as COMPASS, PRIMAS, mascil and PARRISE among others, in the latter, as the leader of the Spanish team

25th. September  Friday  17.00 CET Time – Stefano Cobello (Italy). Robotics beyond STEM – preventing bullying through the use of robots
Dr. Stefano Cobello is the coordinator of the Italian National Network of Educational Institutions Polo Europeo della Conoscenza www.europole.org, He is the founder of the world network Nobody Less psv.europole.org

Translation from English into Spain will be available.

To attend the online meeting please register, You will receive the link to the chosen meeting. Fill the form

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Los buenos nutrientes para las escuelas

Evento multiplicador on-line Erasmus + KA 201 BOTSTEM

Lunes 21 de septiembre – 15.30 CET Hora – Swati Vats Popat (India) – STEM y mentes divergentes – Productos relacionados: Botstem O1: Kit de herramientas para la educación STEM temprana por medio de la robótica y la codificación

La Dra. Swati Popat Vats ha luchado asiduamente para la realización de cambios radicales en la educación preprimaria en India y es la presidenta fundadora de Early Childhood Association de la India, una asociación que trabaja por la atención y la educación de calidad de nuestros ciudadanos más jóvenes (0 a 6 años). Ha recibido muchos premios por su contribución a la Educación Infantil. Swati es autora de muchos libros para padres e hijos y es una firme defensora del aprendizaje basado en la naturaleza en los primeros años, promoviendo en sus talleres en todo el mundo la enseñanza basada en la investigación del cerebro.

Martes 22 de septiembre – 17.00 CET Hora Freddy Lavjardi y Daniel Frank (EE. UU.): “Por qué el mundo necesita más mujeres ingenieras” – Resultados relacionados: Botstem O1: Kit de herramientas para la educación STEM temprana mediante robótica y codificación

Fredi Lavjardi es un profesor de ciencias de EE. UU. que cautivó al país cuando dirigió a su equipo de adolescentes desfavorecidos en una competencia de robótica submarina a nivel universitario, donde derrotaron a universidades famosas como el MIT. Su historia inspiró el aclamado documental Underwater Dreams, adaptado a la película principal Spare Parts. Honrado con numerosos premios por su enérgica pasión por la enseñanza, Fredi continúa sirviendo como un destacado defensor de la importancia de la educación STEM y ofrece una visión valiosa e inspiradora sobre cómo fomentar el trabajo en equipo, generar creatividad y ayudar a las personas a realizar y maximizar su potencial.

Miércoles 23 de septiembre – 16.00 CET Hora Alexandros Kofteros (Chipre) “Cómo organizar eventos de robótica y codificación durante Covid19” – Resultados relacionados: Botstem O1: Kit de herramientas para la educación STEM temprana mediante robótica y codificación

Alexandros Kofteros es maestro de escuela primaria en Nicosia, Chipre.. Es cofundador del Museo de Historia de la Computación de Chipre y de la organización de investigación Heron / Mathisis.org y tiene más de 15 premios educativos nacionales e internacionales, incluidas las Mejores Prácticas, Práctica Innovadora. Los intereses de investigación incluyen la computación uno a uno, la participación de los padres y las plataformas de aprendizaje on-line en la educación primaria.

Jueves 24 de septiembre 17.00 CET Hora – Marta Romero Ariza (España). “Docentes y Stem” – Productos relacionados: Bostem O2: Entorno de aprendizaje virtual) dirigido a docentes en materias STEM para educación infantil y primaria

La Dra. Marta Romero Ariza es Profesora Titular del Departamento de Didáctica de las Ciencias de la Universidad de Jaén, especialmente interesada en la investigación sobre la educación en el desarrollo sostenible y cómo potenciar el aprendizaje de las ciencias utilizando enfoques innovadores y recursos tecnológicos. Ha participado activamente en varios proyectos internacionales como COMPASS, PRIMAS, mascil y PARRISE entre otros, en este último, como líder del equipo español.

25th. September  Friday  17.00 CET Time – Stefano Cobello (Italy). Robotics beyond STEM – preventing bullying through the use of robots
Dr. Stefano Cobello is the coordinator of the Italian National Network of Educational Institutions Polo Europeo della Conoscenza www.europole.org, He is the founder of the world network Nobody Less psv.europole.org

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The good Nutrients for Schools

Erasmus+ KA 201 BOTSTEM Online Multiplier event

 

21 st. September Monday – 15.30 CET Time – Swati Vats Popat (India) – Stem and divergent Minds – Related outputs: Botstem O1: Toolkit for early STEM education by means of robotics and coding

Dr. Swati Popat Vats has been assiduous in making sweeping changes in pre-primary education in India and is the founder President of Early Childhood Association India, an association that works for quality care and education of our youngest citizens (0 to 6 years). She has received many accolades and awards for her contribution to Early Childhood Education. Swati has authored many books for parents and children and is a strong advocate of nature-based learning in the early years and promotes brain research-based teaching and parenting in her workshops across the globe.

22 nd. September Tuesday – 17.00 CET Time -Freddy Lavjardi & Daniel Frank (USA): “Why The World Needs More Women Engineers”- Related outputs: Botstem O1: Toolkit for early STEM education by means of robotics and coding

Fredi Lavjardi is an USA science teacher that captivated the country when he led his team of disadvantaged teenagers in a university-level underwater robotics competition, where they defeated leading schools, including top-ranked MIT. Their story inspired the acclaimed documentary Underwater Dreams, adapted into the major motion picture, Spare Parts. Honored with numerous awards for his spirited passion for teaching, Fredi continues to serve as a prominent advocate about the importance of STEM education and offers valuable and inspiring insight on fostering teamwork, sparking creativity and helping individuals realize and maximize their potential.

 

23th September Wednesday – 16.00 CET Time Alexandros Kofteros (Cyprus) “How to organise Robotics and Coding Events during Covid19” – Related outputs: Botstem O1: Toolkit for early STEM education by means of robotics and coding

Alexandros Kofteros is a Primary School teacher in Nicosia, Cyprus. He is Cofounder of the Cyprus Computer History Museum and Heron/Mathisis.org research organization and has more than 15 national and international educational awards, including Best Practices, Innovative Practice. Research interests include one to one computing, parental involvement and online learning platforms in Primary Education.

24th. September Thursday 17.00 CET Time –Marta Romero Ariza (Spain). “Teachers and Stem” – Related outputs: Bostem O2: Virtual Learning Environment) aimed at teachers on STEM subjects for childhood and primary education

Dr. Marta Romero Ariza is an Associate Professor at the Department of Didactics of Sciences in the University of Jaén, especially interested in research about sustainable development, education and how to enhance science learning using innovative approaches and technological resources. She has been actively engaged in several international projects such as COMPASS, PRIMAS, mascil and PARRISE among others, in the latter, as the leader of the Spanish team

25th. September  Friday  17.00 CET Time – Stefano Cobello (Italy). Robotics beyond STEM – preventing bullying through the use of robots
Dr. Stefano Cobello is the coordinator of the Italian National Network of Educational Institutions Polo Europeo della Conoscenza www.europole.org, He is the founder of the world network Nobody Less psv.europole.org

Translation from English into Spain will be available.

To attend the online meeting please register, You will receive the link to the chosen meeting. Fill the form

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The good Nutrients for Schools

Erasmus+ KA 201 BOTSTEM Online Multiplier event

 

21 st. September Monday – 15.30 CET Time – Swati Vats Popat (India) – Stem and divergent Minds – Related outputs: Botstem O1: Toolkit for early STEM education by means of robotics and coding

Dr. Swati Popat Vats has been assiduous in making sweeping changes in pre-primary education in India and is the founder President of Early Childhood Association India, an association that works for quality care and education of our youngest citizens (0 to 6 years). She has received many accolades and awards for her contribution to Early Childhood Education. Swati has authored many books for parents and children and is a strong advocate of nature-based learning in the early years and promotes brain research-based teaching and parenting in her workshops across the globe.

22 nd. September Tuesday – 17.00 CET Time -Freddy Lavjardi & Daniel Frank (USA): “Why The World Needs More Women Engineers”- Related outputs: Botstem O1: Toolkit for early STEM education by means of robotics and coding

Fredi Lavjardi is an USA science teacher that captivated the country when he led his team of disadvantaged teenagers in a university-level underwater robotics competition, where they defeated leading schools, including top-ranked MIT. Their story inspired the acclaimed documentary Underwater Dreams, adapted into the major motion picture, Spare Parts. Honored with numerous awards for his spirited passion for teaching, Fredi continues to serve as a prominent advocate about the importance of STEM education and offers valuable and inspiring insight on fostering teamwork, sparking creativity and helping individuals realize and maximize their potential.

 

23th September Wednesday – 16.00 CET Time Alexandros Kofteros (Cyprus) “How to organise Robotics and Coding Events during Covid19” – Related outputs: Botstem O1: Toolkit for early STEM education by means of robotics and coding

Alexandros Kofteros is a Primary School teacher in Nicosia, Cyprus. He is Cofounder of the Cyprus Computer History Museum and Heron/Mathisis.org research organization and has more than 15 national and international educational awards, including Best Practices, Innovative Practice. Research interests include one to one computing, parental involvement and online learning platforms in Primary Education.

24th. September Thursday 17.00 CET Time –Marta Romero Ariza (Spain). “Teachers and Stem” – Related outputs: Bostem O2: Virtual Learning Environment) aimed at teachers on STEM subjects for childhood and primary education

Dr. Marta Romero Ariza is an Associate Professor at the Department of Didactics of Sciences in the University of Jaén, especially interested in research about sustainable development, education and how to enhance science learning using innovative approaches and technological resources. She has been actively engaged in several international projects such as COMPASS, PRIMAS, mascil and PARRISE among others, in the latter, as the leader of the Spanish team

25th. September  Friday  17.00 CET Time – Stefano Cobello (Italy). Robotics beyond STEM – preventing bullying through the use of robots
Dr. Stefano Cobello is the coordinator of the Italian National Network of Educational Institutions Polo Europeo della Conoscenza www.europole.org, He is the founder of the world network Nobody Less psv.europole.org 

Translation from English into Spain will be available.

To attend the online meeting please register, You will receive the link to the chosen meeting. Fill the form

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