Scroll down for the English version Den 15 oktober 2019 besökte vårt Hallå STEAM!-team Talvisalo skola i Nyslott, där vår värdinna var matematikläraren Mia Savola. Två klasser, en niondeklass och en åttondeklass med ca 25 elever var, tog del i vår verkstad. I programmet ingick svenskspråkiga föredrag och en praktiskt inriktad matematisk verkstad. Vi hade[…]
In April, 2019, Experience Workshop was honored to introduce Haresh Lalvani’s Pentiles at Japan Tessellation Design Association, Tokyo. The Association was represented by with Shin Fujita, Makoto Nakamura, Tomoya Tendo designers and researchers and the Association’s President, Yoshiaki Araki. Read more on Pentiles here: http://www.elmenymuhely.hu/pentiles?lang=en Contact us if you are interested: firstname.lastname@example.org
Haresh Lalvani’s Pentiles inspired even the youngest ones to introduce their own design creations at Helsinki Design Week. Would you like to see all Pentiles-entries? Click here.
This was Valon kaupunki – the City of Light festival in Jyväskylä on September 28, 2019, when we’ve invited everyone to build together the giant Sierpinski fractal of 4D Frame, and to create the structure in small scale. The building works were directed by the Oma Polku group, in the breaks the Senegalese musician Pape[…]
Where: IMST (Innovations Make Schools Top)-meeting in Klagenfurt, Austria When: September 24, 9.15-10.15 Title: „Multidisciplinary networking as an opportunity and added value for STEAM didactics. The example of phenomenon-based learning in Finland“ Dr. Kristóf Fenyvesi (University of Jyväskylä, Finnish Institute for Educational Research – Experience Workshop – Bridges Organization) STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and[…]
COLLABORATIVE PROBLEM-SOLVING THROUGH MULTIDISCIPLINARY & PHENOMENON-BASED LEARNING How does multidisciplinary and phenomenon-based learning contribute to group building and community cohesion? We’ve presented some of the roads one can walk as a teacher of immigrants of diverse backgrounds. The participants of the training teach at Gradia Jyväskylä, an education consortium bringing together vocational and upper secondary[…]
This year’s children’s program center within the Helsinki Design Week was at Annantalo, a place for arts learning for elementary school classes and also afternoon arts courses. Experience Workshop’s STEAM workshop was an oasis along the design path which lead through the building. The Children’s Design Week was planned and designed by the children’s books’ publisher[…]
Here they are, the Oma polku ryhmä / Own path group, just arriving at Annantalo, the center of Helsinki Design Week’s children’s programs. They have prepared a program called Sillat työpaja / Bridges workshop to show and hope to see whether others might join in. They are immigrants, who came alone to Finland when still[…]