Symposium

Mini-Maker Day 2019

Challenge-based learning with digital media in vocational trainingMay 18th, 2019 | from 9.00 to 17.00
Including a ticket for the Maker Faire Berlin

Get your
Early Bird Ticket
now for only€29,-until April 15th, 2019

Which learning opportunities does challenged-based learning offer?

How can digital media support educational processes of children?

Why should digital media education be part of the vocational training of pedagogues?

Join us when we answer these questions together with experts from science and practice on May 18th, 2019! In two inspiring keynotes you will gain insights into the topic and will then be able to deal with these and other key questions in the workshops. In addition to stimulating input, the conference programme offers plenty of opportunities for you to tinker, network and to exchange ideas.

  • The Mini-Maker Day 2019 addresses pedagogues from kindergartens and schools. This year, a special focus is on teachers and students from vocational schools and technical colleges.
  • All participants receive a voucher for free admission at the Maker Faire Berlin on May 19th, 2019.
  • This was the Mini-Maker Day 2018.

Programme

09.00-10.00 Admission and opening of future market
10.00-12.00 Welcome and Keynotes
12.00-13.00 Lunch
13.00-14.30 Workshops
14.30-15.00 Coffee
15.00-16.30 Workshops
16.30-17.00 Conclusion and farewell

Keynotes

At the Mini-Maker Day 2018 Linda Liukas, Nikolaj Bührmann and Antje Bostelmann inspired us with their keynotes.

Look forward to more inspiration this year! Information about this year’s keynotes will follow soon.

Workshops

In 6 exciting workshops you will learn everything about digital media in education and practice of early childhood education. The workshops give theoretical input and put great importance to your own tinkering and creativity.
The workshops are expected to be offered on the following topics:

  • Mini-Maker in vocational training – How challenged-based learning can be combined with digital media in the training of future pedagogues and what learning goals can be achieved.
  • Light Art – How digital media can enrich early childhood education in the arts and sciences.
  • Kindergartens as learning laboratories – How stimulating learning environments enrich early childhood educational processes.
  • Understanding technology – What we should know about the inside of the computer and how we can do simple programming.
  • Future Competences in the Digital Age – Why information literacy and the power of judgement are so important and how we can to promote these competences.
  • Digital media in early childhood education – How has the debate developed in recent years?

More information will follow soon.

Future Market

The future market offers many exciting participatory activities and is a place for knowledge exchange and networking. Our exhibitors will present new tools and cool project ideas on the subject of digital media in education.

Venue

Klax school
Neumannstr. 13A
13189 Berlin

Registration

  • Inspiring keynotes
  • Theoretical input and practical testing and tinkering
  • Future market with information booths
  • Voucher for free admission at the Maker Faire Berlin on May 19th, 2019.
  • Drinks and meals included
  • Certificate of participation
  • Conference bag

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You will soon be able to register for two workshops of your choice! We will inform all participants via e-mail about the offered workshops.

Costs

Get your Early Bird Ticket until April 15, 2019 for only 29,- Euro (incl. VAT).
From April 16, 2019 the conference fee is 39,- Euro (incl. VAT).
Drinks and food are included.

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The Mini-Maker Day is part of the Erasmus+ project
Digital Media Competence for Educational Staff in Early Childhood Education.