botSTEM in Swedish Press

The Swedish magazine ”Förskolan” , a professional magazine directed towards preschool teachers potentially reaching all preschool teachers in Sweden have reported on the botSTEM project. A reporter from the magazine visited one of our participating preschool on site and wrote an extenisive article presenting the botSTEM project. Read the article (in swedish) https://forskolan.se/teknik-i-forskolan-fran-elektricitet-till-robotar/ Post Views:…Fortsätt läsa botSTEM in Swedish Press

ESERA19 and the botSTEM-posters: The Swedish poster

Three posters were presented at the ESERA19 conferense in Bologna. ESERA might be the most significant conference concerning science education worldwide. One poster where exposed during the whole conference in a section called EU-corner. Two other posters were presented at a postersession. One poster presenting experiences from Spain and one poster presenting experiences from Sweden.…Fortsätt läsa ESERA19 and the botSTEM-posters: The Swedish poster

ESERA19 and the botSTEM-posters: The Spanish poster

Three posters were presented at the ESERA19 conferense in Bologna. ESERA might be the most significant conference concerning science education worldwide. One poster where exposed during the whole conference in a section called EU-corner. Two other posters were presented at a postersession. One poster presenting experiences from Spain and one poster presenting experiences from Sweden. …Fortsätt läsa ESERA19 and the botSTEM-posters: The Spanish poster

ESERA19 and the botSTEM-posters presented

Three posters were presented at the ESERA19 conferense in Bologna. ESERA might be the most significant conference concerning science education worldwide. One poster where exposed during the whole conference in a section called EU-corner. Two other posters were presented at a postersession. One poster presenting experiences from Spain and one poster presenting experiences from Sweden.…Fortsätt läsa ESERA19 and the botSTEM-posters presented

Five steps for early childhood educators to create a Conceptual PlayWorld and encourage a love of STEM

From Monash University we get an inspiring article concerning STEM and early childhood. Prof. Marilyn Fleer proposes a Conceptual Playworld. There are five steps to setting up and developing a Conceptual PlayWorld that are really important. There is even an app to guide us through the process. Read more about this inspiring idea.   https://www.monash.edu/education/teachspace/articles/five-steps-for-early-childhood-educators-to-create-a-conceptual-playworld-and-encourage-a-love-of-stem…Fortsätt läsa Five steps for early childhood educators to create a Conceptual PlayWorld and encourage a love of STEM