The European Alliance Learn STEM wants (1) to develop a Pedagogical Model that supports innovative STEM school education, (2) to define the needs of STEM teachers and (3) to design a Teachers’ Training Programme that will help to meet those needs.
Therefore, Learn STEM has started three surveys for STEM teachers, headmasters and learners.
Simply go to our online surveys here.
Around 100 researchers and practitioners were joining the bi-annual EARLI Conference on Instructional Design in 2018.
Learn STEM gained huge interest in talks with all participants interested in school innovations.
Many presentations were highlighting the need for new instructional design in primary and secondary schools.
Learn STEM contributes through the development of the Pedagogical Model for STEM education.
The structure of our Learn STEM Pedagogical Model is fixed! It is based on five key aspects:
All Learn STEM partners have agreed in consensus after a long development process: It was based on the findings from the desktop research as well as the discussions with teachers from practice.
The Learn STEM Pedagogical Model is documented in the latest version 18: It is planned that it be finalized until Fall 2018.
The Learn STEM Pedagogical Model is shaping:
The first design and structure developed by Christian M Stracke from the Open University of the Netherlands and Guido van Dijk from the Agora schools was discussed with all Learn STEM partners. It starts with the defined Learn STEM vision, mission and main objectives. The main basis are three dimensions on principles, processes and personas.
Currently all the feedbacks and further amendments are integrated into a new version. A further section is planned for the adaptation and usage with a special focus on two topic interesting for STEM education: Robotics and Internet of Things (IoT).