Symposium

Mini-Maker Day 2019

Challenge-based learning with digital media in vocational trainingMay 18th, 2019 | from 9.00am to 5.00pm
Including a ticket for the Maker Faire Berlin

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 inspiring pitches 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

09.00am-09.45am Keynote “Play, creativity and „Bildung“ in the digital age”
10.00am-11.15am Pitches
11.30am-12.30pm Panel Discussion
12.30pm-1.30pm Lunch and Future Market
1.30pm-3.00pm Workshops Part I
3.00pm-3.30pm Coffee and Future Market
3.30pm-5.00pm Workshops Part II
5.00pm-6.00pm Future Market
from 5.00pm Common ending at the barbecue

Keynote

Lars Geer Hammershøj

Lars Geer Hammershøj is PhD and Associate Professor in Educational Philosophy at Department of Education, Aarhus University. His research focus on the question: What is important to learn in the digital age? How is creativity and Bildung to be cultivated in education? Lars has published books and articles on play, creativity and innovation, on the processes of Bildung at the different levels of the educational system, and on Zeitdiagnose as futures studies. Currently, he is research coordinator of PlayArt, a national project on the cultivation of play and Bildung through art and culture in Denmark.

Pitches

Steen Søndergaard

What does „Bildung“ mean in the digital age?

Tom Rune

How is the pedagogical profession changing?

Klaus Thestrup

Maker Mentality in the kindergarten

Antje Bostelmann

The pedagogue of the future

Frank Stoevelbaek

Methodology & Methods of adult education

Panel Discussion

Panel discussion with Antje Bostelmann, Grete Helle, Tom Rune Fløgstad, Frank Stoevelbaek, Steen Søndergaard and Klaus Thestrup about „Digital Media in Early Childhood Education“ on basis of prior presented pitches.

Workshops

1

„Bildung“ in the digital age

Workshop 1.1
Maria Odemarck

The Meaning of education for kindergartens

Workshop 1.2
Steen Soondergaard

„Bildung“ & Play

Workshop 1.3
Silke Schaper

Computational Thinking & „Hello Ruby“

2

Pedagogical profession changing

Workshop 2.1
Camilla Lystager & Bettina Risgaard Stillits

How do pedagogical innovations change myself and how do I bring this development into my team?

Workshop 2.2
 

How to integrate the explorative way of learning in every day life at the kindergarten

3

Maker Mentality in the kindergarten

Workshop 3.1
Klaus Thestrup

The kindergarten as a laboratory – when children experiment and play with Green Screen

Workshop 3.2
Dominic Fischer

Maker-Workshop  –  We construct Schrottbots

Workshop 3.3
 

Maker-Workshop  –  practical ideas

Workshop 3.3
Antonia Vinci

Light Art

Workshop 3.5
 

Use of digital media in every day life at the kindergarten

4

Pedagogue of the future

Workshop 4.1
Heidi Ingemann Jensen

How do I make my kindergarten ready for the future?

Workshop 4.2
Susan Richter

Working with learning desks at the kindergarten

5

Adult Education

Workshop 5.1
Frank Stoevelbaek

dilemma situations: child – technology – educator

Workshop 5.2
Agneta Zetterström

How to use reflection as a tool to develop the own pedagogical attitude

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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1

„Bildung“ in the digital age

Workshop 1.1: Maria Odemarck: The Meaning of education for kindergartensWorkshop 1.2: Steen Soondergaard: „Bildung“ & PlayWorkshop 1.3: Silke Schaper: Computational Thinking & „Hello Ruby“

2

Pedagogical profession changing

Workshop 2.1: Camilla Lystager & Bettina Risgaard Stillits: How do pedagogical innovations change myself and how do I bring this development into my team?Workshop 2.2: How to integrate the explorative way of learning in every day life at the kindergarten

3

Maker Mentality in the kindergarten

Workshop 3.1 Klaus Thestrup: The kindergarten as a laboratory – when children experiment and play with Green ScreenWorkshop 3.2 Dominic Fischer: Maker-Workshop  –  We construct SchrottbotsWorkshop 3.3 Maker-Workshop  –  practical ideasWorkshop 3.4 Antonia Vinci: Light ArtWorkshop 3.5 Use of digital media in every day life at the kindergarten

4

Pedagogue of the future

Workshop 4.1 Heidi Ingemann Jensen: How do I make my kindergarten ready for the future?Workshop 4.2 Susan Richter: Working with learning desks at the kindergarten

5

Adult Education

Workshop 5.1 Frank Stoevelbaek: dilemma situations: child - technology - educatorWorkshop 5.2 Agneta Zetterström: How to use reflection as a tool to develop the own pedagogical attitude

Costs

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.