Ideate, evaluate and share - An Innovation Process Model for Educators

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Sammanfattning

The Innokas Network encourages schools to develop innovative approaches for teaching their students 21st century skills, by arranging training, providing consultation and hosting events in different parts of Finland. At the FabLearn conference, we would like to introduce our innovation process, which is a semi-structured maker-activity model, designed for use in cross-disciplinary maker-projects geared towards classrooms with a wide range of ages and ability levels. We will describe how teachers were trained to use the model and provide a few examples of how the innovation process was used to increase environmental and communal responsibility in the classroom.
Originalspråkengelska
Antal sidor4
StatusPublicerad - 2019
MoE-publikationstypEj behörig
EvenemangFabLearn Conference 2019 - New York, Förenta Staterna (USA)
Varaktighet: 9 mar 201910 mar 2019

Konferens

KonferensFabLearn Conference 2019
LandFörenta Staterna (USA)
OrtNew York
Period09/03/201910/03/2019

Vetenskapsgrenar

  • 516 Pedagogik

Citera det här

Sipilä, R., Sormunen, K., & Korhonen, T. (2019). Ideate, evaluate and share - An Innovation Process Model for Educators. Poster presenterad vid FabLearn Conference 2019, New York, Förenta Staterna (USA).
Sipilä, Raini ; Sormunen, Kati ; Korhonen, Tiina. / Ideate, evaluate and share - An Innovation Process Model for Educators. Poster presenterad vid FabLearn Conference 2019, New York, Förenta Staterna (USA).4 s.
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Sipilä R, Sormunen K, Korhonen T. Ideate, evaluate and share - An Innovation Process Model for Educators. 2019. Poster presenterad vid FabLearn Conference 2019, New York, Förenta Staterna (USA).