Scientix 2 Webinar: 1:1 and (n):1 education approaches in STEM – opportunities & challenges
Type of event: webinar
Target groups: teachers
Topic: science education
Language of event: English
The webinar will take place in the Scientix online meeting room. After registration, you will receive an email with instructions. NB: Places will be reserved on a first-come, first-served basis!
Part 1, by Alexander Angelov:
- Brief introduction on 1:1 and (n): 1 teaching approaches
- What are the success stories across the EU and what could be the challenges?
- How can 1:1 & (n):1 approaches be used in STEM education? What are the benefits?
Part 2, by Gergely Nádori:
- A case study on 1:1: the same teacher teaches two different groups in the same school, using two different approaches: the first group is taught using a traditional method; the second group also uses a 1:1 learning method. Results show that the group using 1:1 and the Labcam software had significantly better results.
- Acer and EUN report on 1:1.
- Microsoft Bring Your Own Device . (BYOD) developed by Microsoft
- European Commission report on 1:1 - Overview and Analysis of 1:1 Learning Initiatives in Europe
- Intellisense, the producers of Webcam Laboratory
Alexander Angelov is co-founder of the Center for Creative Training . He has a degree in Industrial Management from the Sofia Technical University. Since 2009, he has visited more than 600 schools and kindergartens in Bulgaria and Europe. Alexander is a Scientix Deputy Ambassador in Bulgaria; he is also involved in projects such as KeyTTT, SUSTAIN, Nanotech Science Education and many more. In this webinar, Alexander will share his EU-wide experience of building 1:1 and (n):1 concepts that enable and encourage students to use individual devices for their classroom learning.
Gergely Nádori is a science teacher in a high school in Budapest, Hungary and also the editor of the most popular education blog in the country with more than 20,000 visitors per month. He has published free books on the use of ICT in STEM education and organized in-service teacher training in the topic. Gergely is a Scientix Deputy Ambassador in Hungary and Microsoft Expert Educator.