Conference Programme Friday, 20-03-2020

Time

Conference Practitioner Day
8.30 - 9.00 Arrival and Registration
9.00 - 10.00

Opening and Introduction to the Workshop Day

  • Einar Gylling Dørup, Head of Social Education at Kolding University College South, Denmark
  • Johannes Lindner, Head of the Department of Entrepreneurship Education & the Center for value-based Business Education at the University Teacher College Vienna/Krems, Austria
10.00 - 13.00

Train the Trainer Workshops 

Objectives: Participants will learn how to support children in developing their social innovation projects in makerspace learning settings. You will explore the new DOIT approach, methods and maker tools hands-on.

Content: How can I plan and implement joint projects with and for children and young people for social innovation in a makerspace? Which methods and tools of the DOIT toolbox are useful in the steps of an innovation process? How to design a social innovator workshop for different target groups (gender, special needs, challenging kids)? How to find a makerspace in my neighborhood? 

Target group: No prior knowledge is required. For school leaders, scientists, education policymakers, teachers, educators, youth workers, maker trainers, creativity trainers, innovation consultants, and students. 

WS 1: Making Social Innovators of Primary School Age (in German)

  • Mediale Pfade.org (Berlin, Germany)

WS 2: Making Social Innovators in Secondary Schools (in German)

  • Zentrum für Soziale Innovation (Vienna, Austria) and Südwind Salzburg (Salzburg, Austria)

WS 3: Making Social Innovators in Secondary Schools (in English)

  • EduCentrum (Gent, Belgium)

WS 4: Making Social Innovators in After-School/STEAM learning settings (in English)

  • Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (Barcelona, Spain)

WS 5: Mentoring for a Young Social Innovators Project (in English)

  • Youth Pro Aktiv and Mentors with active Participation of DOIT Challenge Winners
13.00 Lunch and Farewell