Date & time: Wednesday, 21 September 2022 at 17:00 CEST (Central European Summer Time)
mSTEAM modules offer multidisciplinary project and challenge-based lessons that promote learning through scientific inquiry and engineering processes, engaging students
During this webinar, participants had a chance to learn how mSTEAM modules, created in collaboration with the Centre for Genomic Regulation, and Nano Educa promote inquiry-based learning and support teachers by offering them valuable resources which they can adapt to their classrooms. Let's close the gap between science taught in the classroom and scientific work done by research centres, academia and industry partners!
Let's learn about the hands-on experiments and their practical applications, and finally - the STEM Alliance - GSMA competition! Two modules will show students how to use their mobile phones for exciting means and ends, such as building a microscope or getting to know and share local urban art. At the end of the event, the speakers have happily answered to the audience questions and explained the steps needed to participate in this competition."
Albert leads the mSchools Programme: a public-private partnership between government and industry that is delivering a groundbreaking and internationally acclaimed mobile education program, having great impact on the community of students, educators and over 2,500 schools that participate.
For the past six years she has been working in creativity and educational projects in Eduscopi, a company focused on science communication, education and outreach. She has worked in a variety of projects that include the managing of school contests, the development of educational resources and the creation of outreach content related to science in different forms, such as videos, podcasts or infography. She has collaborated in the creation of mSchool's mSTEAM modules, together with Salva Ferré, director of Eduscopi.
STEM Alliance http://www.stemalliance.eu
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GSMA Europe represents the interests of European mobile network operators as well as companies in the broader mobile ecosystem such as handset and device makers, software companies, equipment providers and Internet companies.