This video continues our DoIt Webinar series on topics that practitioners supporting young social innovators find important. Today's topic is "Data-based problem solving". Our experts on the topic are Annika Wolff from LUT University and Giacomo Capellini from the Italian National Research Council. Please find the embedded video and the direct view link below.
How can we better use elements of the open culture to facilitate and nurture effective collaboration among individuals, organizations, and initiatives in the fields of non-formal education, making/STEAM and/or social innovation? Which new strategies, policies, and practices are needed to this end?
The DOIT team published another great article introducing the project to the world! After the online talk of our project coordinator Sandra Schön for "FNMA - Verein Forum Neue Medien in der Lehre Austria" (Association Forum New Media in Teaching Austria), we also got the opportunity to present DOIT in the FNMA magazine.
There are a lot of easy ways to introduce beginners to coding. With our little robot "Cubetto", children can explore basic programming, since the robot can only move one step forward or turn 90 degrees to the left or to the right. The participants should design a game board for the robot (for example there were many ideas for a labyrinth) and then program it without errors to the goal.
You often encounter obstacles during the development of products and services. These obstacles may intimidate some people and they stop working - but if you don't let them get you down, you'll soon find out that things can go up again even after a setback: This is called "failing forward".