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Technology surrounds our daily life, but how much do we understand it and even better are able to modify it? This is why demand for STEAM-education is growing. Often focus is on electronics, coding and robotics, but alongside is needed practical skills and knowledge of how materials, physics, design process and tools work. Finland has the world's longest history of craft & technology education in primary school, over 130 years. Today this legacy and knowledge has developed to the most versatile K12 STEAM-education, where students use a large variety of materials, tools and machines to create and learn. Digital fabrication and robotics alongside practical skills, tool handling and technology reading skills give students capability to understand and develop our physical and technical environment. Practical STEAM education course offers insight to Finnish solutions on technology education, by visiting schools, shop classes and makerspaces. Main part of the course is a four-day workshop period at the Teijo Makerspace, where focus is on learning by doing!
The added value of the course is that the course offers innovative methods and approaches to be implemented into daily activities in teaching and learning. Additionally, the course Practical STEAM Education, offers participation in an experience exchange on EU level.
Upskill your organization
Target group are the school management, teachers, special needs teachers and all other non-teaching experts and staff working in school education, adult education and VET.
The course covers a wide range of topics that schools need to consider and tackle when introducing/updating and securing digitalization in their school:
- Bring technology reading skills to in the focus of tech education
- How to use digital fabrication side-by-side with conventional tools and materials
- Learn about Finnish solutions on safe and versatile technology education
- Digital fabrication hardware has different demands on education - Why?
- How to combine high technology to traditional craft knowledge
- Understanding individualization possibilities in STEAM education
- What A stands for in S.T.E.A.M?
- Art education in context of technology education
- What ecology and circular economy in technology educational projects means
- Get toolkit to enhance your STEAM teaching in future
- How to create technology learning community to school environment
The course methodology aspires creating an output. Working individually or in groups on a concrete product to be used in your own school. Participants are given time to develop these outputs and the trainers coach and support them throughout the week, if necessary even long after courses have finished as a follow up.
Earn a certificate
The course participants will get a Certificate of Active Attendance.
The competences acquired will be validated by the course organisers on the Europass mobility.
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The Practical STEAM Education on-site courses take place in Teijo and starts and finishes with one day in Helsinki , Finland. Practical STEAM Education are 7 day courses that start on Sunday afternoon and end on Saturday at 13:00 o'clock.
> planned courses
- 19 - 25 May 2024, Teijo & Helsinki, Finland
- 9 - 15 June 2024, Teijo & Helsinki, Finland
- 8 - 14 September 2024, Teijo & Helsinki, Finland
- 18 - 24 May 2025, Teijo & Helsinki, Finland
- 8 - 14 June 2025, Teijo & Helsinki, Finland
- 7 - 13 September 2025, Teijo & Helsinki, Finland
Euneos has an international team of trainers who are the most experienced in the field of their expertise. Meet Euneos' trainers for the Practical STEAM Education course:
Main organiser / trainer
technology-educator and a maker
- Founder and Entrepreneur Makerspaceman Ltd
- Founder Teijo Makerspace
- MAT in Technology education (UTU)
- Former Tech & Craft subject teacher at primary school (K12)
Heikki did master of technology education-studies at Turku University and got really excited about Maker culture. His thesis in 2015 was the first study ever on a finnish Maker culture Ever since Heikki has been interested in the mixing of finnish technology education and international maker education. He started working as a technology & craft teacher in primary school and now he also runs Makerspaceman Ltd, a company that provides teacher education, makerspace-planning and product development for technology education. Today Heikki is working from Teijo makerspace - co-workshop & education center in the countryside. He is constantly looking for possibilities where he can bring technology and creative ideas/people together.