STEAM

Un approccio didattico promosso dal MIUR

STEAM vuol dire futuro

Partecipa al nostro webinar gratuito dedicato ai docenti di inglese e DNL: un corso per conoscere e portare in aula il metodo STEAM, un innovativo approccio didattico e metodologico promosso dal MIUR nel PNSD Piano Nazionale Scuola Digitale, redatto ai sensi del comma 56 della Legge 13 luglio 2015, n. 107/2015 (c.d. “La Buona Scuola”).

Tra gli obiettivi del Piano Nazionale per la Scuola Digitale emerge la necessità di riavvicinare i ragazzi alle carriere scientifiche e promuovere carriere in ambito STEAM (acronimo di Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Maths). Questo nuovo approccio interdisciplinare ai problemi non solo mette in gioco capacità intellettive e riflessive, ma guida l’apprendimento degli studenti favorendo lo sviluppo dell’espressione personale e della creatività artistica. 

Il webinar avvicina i docenti alla metodologia didattica STEAM in coerenza con tali obiettivi. Saranno proposte idee e attività per elaborare coinvolgenti lezioni interdisciplinari, stimolare al confronto e sviluppare il senso critico, competenze chiave per un inserimento di successo nella società odierna.

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Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths

This practical webinar looks at ideas and fun activities that teachers can use to create cross-curricular lessons that focus on STEAM subjects: Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Maths. Teachers will explore the theory and methodology behind STEAM learning.

By the end of the webinar, they will have a better understanding of how to combine STEAM subjects using real life problems and current topics of interest. Teachers will explore discovery and inquiry-based teaching and learning methods in order to plan and deliver lessons that encourage learner autonomy and stimulate curiosity in their students.

 

This course is organized by Heritage Study Tours (accredited by MIUR) in collaboration with ATC Language Schools. At the end of each session participants will receive a certificate.

 

Joanne Mitten has worked in both the UK Post Primary Sector (English Literature Teacher) and the Irish English Language Teaching sector since 2009. As part of her role with ATC Language Schools, Joanne has developed young learner syllabi and short courses and she has delivered training on materials writing, pastoral care and the practicalities of overhauling junior academic programmes. In addition to this, she has delivered face-to-face and online training in the areas of Project Based Learning,  Special Educational Needs in Young Learners, Assessment for Learning, Planning for Differentiation and Using Media Effectively in Lessons.

 

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