The final conference of the project, CREATIONS 2018: “Creating conditions for Deep Learning in Science” , will be held on November 2 and 3, 2018, at the facilities of Ellinogermaniki Agogi school in Pallini Attica.
In the conference will be delivered important key note speeches by academics professors in science education from Europe and the United States with the following topics:
- Creative inquiry-based long-term learning
- Numbers and Art
- Creative Encounters with the Sound of New Physics
- Informal Science Education
- Towards a Transcultural Music and Transcultural Musical Theater
The keynote speeches will be given in English, with interpretation in Greek for those who wish.
The following workshops will also be organized, addressing to teachers:
- STORIES: Exploring space in the classroom through digital narration
- IPSOS: An interactive system for converting scientific data from CERN to audio
- TEC 2018: Values and Beliefs in the Democratic Order.
- Learning science through the theater.
- IMuSiCA: Learning science in and along with music.
More information about the workshops can be found here.
The conference is organized by Ellinogermaniki Agogi on the occasion of the completion of CREATIONS which, through the collaboration of 16 institutions from 11 countries, introduces innovative pedagogical approaches, involving teachers and students in scientific research, combining the creativity inherent in art with case studies on science education, from large-scale research centers such as CERN. The project expects, using the arts and focusing on the establishment of effective synergies between schools, research centers and artists, to positively influence the motivation of young people in science and their interest in selecting a relevant future profession.
For your participation in the conference it is necessary to register here.
The program of the conference can be found here.
The instructions for accessing your conference venue can be found here.
Participation is free of charge and will be certified by the organizers.