After a successful pilot concert in France, Luleå University of Technology in collaboration with the iMuSciCA project proudly organise the concert in Luleå (Kulturens hus, lilla salen) on 2nd March 2019, at 19:00. You can expect a high-class classical concert with mind-blowing novel interaction and visualizations.
This event closes the European Workshop on Technologies for STEAM Education and Human Learning on 1-2 March 2019.
More information can be found at https://www.ltu.se/research/subjects/Maskininlarning/European-Workshop-on-STEAM-Education and https://www.facebook.com/events/2063235487301816/
You can download the iMuSciCA concert flyer from here.
Luleå University of Technology in collaboration with the iMuSciCA project will host the European Workshop on Technologies for STEAM Education and Human Learning on 1-2 March 2018. Topics of interest include Deeper Learning, STEM and STEAM education, Augmented Reality, Innovative Learning approaches, IoT and Learning Technologies, Gamification and game technologies, Virtual reality, Learner-centered digital services, Digital skills in the classroom, Open knowledge technologies and Human-computer interfaces for learning.
The EU-STEAM 2019 workshop is an ideal opportunity to network and synchronize with European researchers working on Innovative Education and Human Learning.
More information can be found at https://www.ltu.se/research/subjects/Maskininlarning/European-Workshop-on-STEAM-Education
Since 1966, the Working Group on Physics Didactics/Werkgroep Natuurkunde Didactiek (WND) organizes a conference for physics teachers. This conference has grown over the years into a major event where some 800 teachers, didactics and education developers from the Netherlands and Belgium meet each other. During this event iMuSciCA held two workshops introducing the project to a total of 40 participants.
On 17 November 2018 iMuSciCA was presented at the Velewe inter-disciplinary congress consisting of subject-specific lectures (geography, biology, chemistry, physics or natural sciences) and 32 work sessions in which topics are worked out for the classroom. iMuSciCA gave two workshops for a total of 49 teachers. The congress was part of the action plan Science Information and Innovation, an initiative of the Flemish Community with the cooperation of the Ministry of the Flemish Community. The congress was open to all science teachers.
The article in Impact, Volume 2018, Number 9, December 2018, pp. 47-49, written by Katsouros Vassilis, from Athena Research and Innovation Centre dealing with iMuSciCA is now published in open access on the world’s largest resource for scholarly publications, IngentaConnect.
“iMuSciCA – through engagement in music activities – supports mastery of core academic content on STEM subjects (Physics, Geometry, Mathematics, and Technology) for secondary school students (aged 12-16) alongside with the development of their creativity and deeper learning skills. To reach this goal, iMuSciCA introduces new methodologies and innovative technologies supporting active, discovery-based, collaborative, personalised, and more engaging learning.”
Click on the link to read more.
On October 19, in France, the public was sensitized to iMuSciCA thanks to an exceptional evening that took place in a concert hall, also a music school, at La Source, in Fontaine.
The musicians from the iMuSciCA team, as well as two students who tested the solution during a pilot course, offered to give a concert based on iMuSciCA tools.
The evening was also marked by a presentation of iMuSciCA via a demonstration zone that appealed to the public (students, teachers, researchers, musicians, journalists).
Find more information on this event here: https://lasource-fontaine.fr/event/imuscica-musique-et-maths.
iMuSciCA was introduced by researchers of Athena Research and Innovation Centre at the 83rd Thessaloniki International Fair, Greece, from 8 to 16 September.
iMuSciCA was presented at the Pan-Hellenic Conference on STEM Education, which took place on 03 and 04 September in Athens, Greece. The purpose of this conference is to highlight the innovative pedagogical practices of STEM in modern schools. Find more information on this event here: https://scientix.ellak.gr/1o-panellinio-sinedrio-scientix.
After being tested on December, the pilot tests have continued being tested in classes in Belgium, Greece and France on May.
Students love it: “We learn while having fun. I have fun doing math even if my level is rather poor.”
iMuSciCA was presented by Cabrilog at the BETT Show, 24-27 January 2018, London. The BETT Show is a annual show for the education technology where school leaders and teachers come to discover new way of learning and new solutions.
The BETT Show was the opportunity to organize a draw for teachers interested in STEAM solutions. The gain was a free stay for the iMuSciCA Summer School organized in July 2018.
Further information on the Summer School: http://imuscica.ea.gr/