STE(A)M education for educators: Design, orchestration and implementation of STE(A)M education

Our STEAMonEDU MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) starts on 10 May. Join it!


WHY

The course supports the professional development of educators and managers/directors at all levels of education and guides them in becoming STE(A)M education tutors, designers and orchestrators. It addresses their need to understand, adapt, apply and create modern STE(A)M educational procedures and practices that enhance the effectiveness and acceptance of short and long term educational processes.


WHAT

The participants will gain knowledge and develop competences in the following areas:

  • Modern approaches to STE(A)M education

  • Design and implementation of STE(A)M educational activities

  • Content creation for STE(A)M education

  • STE(A)M educational procedure and resource management

  • Community building, participation and interaction

  • Policies in the context of STE(A)M education

  • Competence frameworks and lifelong learning opportunities


WHO

The course is addressed to all individuals who are interested in applying or finding out about STE(A)M education, such as:

  1. active educators at all levels and settings of formal and non-formal education;

  2. managers/directors at all levels of formal and non-formal education;

  3. students or graduates


WHEN

From 10 of May to the end of June


WHERE

Online at https://mooc.cti.gr/steamonedu.html


MOOC SCHEDULE

Introductory week

  • Introduction to the MOOC

  • Meet the peers

  • Familiarization with the platform

  • Meet the tutors

Week 1. Introduction to STE(A)M Education (open during introductory week as well)

  • The STE(A)M education approach

  • Teaching and learning techniques that promote STE(A)M education

  • Content and tools for STE(A)M education

Week 2. Educator as learning designer and creator

  • STE(A)M related educational activities design

  • STE(A)M related course design

  • Content creation for STE(A)M education

Week 3. Educator as orchestrator and manager (part A)

  • Teaching organization methods for STE(A)M education

  • Classroom management methods for STE(A)M education

Week 4. Educator as orchestrator and manager (part B)

  • Educational resource management methods for STE(A)M education

  • Lab management methods for STE(A)M education

  • Human resource management methods for STE(A)M education

Week 5. Educator as community member

  • STE(A)M communities of educators

  • Research and business communities for STE(A)M education

  • Policies that promote STE(A)M education approach

Week 6. Educator as professional

  • Research activities in STE(A)M education

  • Lifelong learning and professional development of STE(A)M educators

  • Digital skills, frameworks and tools for STE(A)M educators

  • Transferable skills for STE(A)M educators