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Online event: ‘Transdisciplinarity in higher education: STEAM+ solutions’

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Short report ‘Transdisciplinarity in higher education: STEAM+ solutions’ Online event 15 Oct 2020 General info In this online event, part of the Europe-wide Erasmus Days, the topic of transdisciplinarity in higher education and the relation to talent development programs was introduced and discussed, based on the STEAM+ project. In the first hour of the meeting,…

STEAM+ project meeting in Oslo

From 22 to 23 April 2021, the Steering Committee of the STEAM+ project and members of the Advisory Board participated in a project meeting organized online by Oslo University partner. The aim was to discuss projects progress, to get input from Advisory Board and have an inspiring dialogue with Honors students from Oslo University. During…

DESIGNING INNOVATIONS IN STEAM EDUCATION CONFERENCE

The aim of the conference is to continue discussion of how researchers are engaging in designing STEAM education research and environments. Presentations at the conference will enable us to learn about the work of colleagues locally and internationally, and to discuss our roles in designing innovations in STEAM Education. The STEAM+ project will be presented…

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STEAM+ Innovation Lab 3: Fun Solutions for Societal Challenges

The lab takes place at Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria, in the days of 9.–13. May 2022. The theme of the Lab will be Fun Solutions for Societal Challenges. During the Lab, Honours Students and Teachers from the nine STEAM+ Partner Countries will work in co-creation to tackle some of the Grand Challenges that we…

STEAM+ Policy Meet Up

Takes place at Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria, in the days of 11.-13. May 2022. The Policy Meet Up will bring together representatives from the nine STEAM+ Partner Countries with a large variety of backgrounds, interests, ambitions and responsibilities. However all with a common goal to educate towards a future with more complex Challenges than…

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