A lot of children find it hard to fully realize themselves at school. The most common reason for this – schools can not provide enough activities to interest all children. But does it mean that such problems stop every child from creating themselves as individuals? We don’t think so. Why?
It is said that anything is possible if you have the mindset, the will and desire to put all your efforts to achieve your goal. But what if you are 14 years old, live in Africa, want to build a windmill in the village with no running water and electricity? Even these circumstances didn‘t stop William Kamkwamba from his dream to provide his family with running water, electricity and...
DOIT was already mentioned within some of DOIT's partners publication but the first "only DOIT" publication within a journal is available now as well: A short description of DOIT within Austria's journal "medienimpulse". Of course DOIT's publication is freely available (and open licenced).
written by Eva-Maria Hollauf, Salzburg Research 5 kids, a bicycle, a tree, water and Wifi. How to make the world a little bit better with this combination? Keep reading this success story if you want to know!
On November 24th 2017, our partners Salzburg Research and ZSI (Center for Social Innovation, Vienna) hosted a workshop for about 30 teachers and other experts and interested people for technologies at schools at the eEducation conference at the Interpaedagogica fair in Salzburg (Austria).
The key ideas and approaches of DOIT will be part of Sandra Schön’s presentation (in German, titled “Maker-Ideen und -Projekte, die die Welt verbessern – digitale soziale Innovationen mit Kindern und Jugendlichen”) at the eEducation conference at the Interpaedagogica faire in Salzburg.