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.
We could present Learn STEM at the Seamless Learning Conference: The poster was attracting teachers from primary and secondary schools and leading to lively talks about innovative education.
Our approach for a new learner-centered pedagogical model introduced by Learn STEM coordinator Christian M. Stracke achieved huge interest.
“We need more inter-disciplinary school innovations” was the consensus among discussants.