On 9th November, primary education students from the University of Northampton went to Standens Barn primary school where we had our first STEM to STEAM international collaboration day. Helping with the class focusing on ‘experiencing’ size, in the morning, the students up-scaled butterflies by 10 times, Working with our project partners from [...]
As digital leaders, we are involved in this year’s project STEM to STEAM, adding the Arts to the integrated and applied study of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). As part of this year’s project, we had the wonderful opportunity to visit Bruges, planning for this year’s project. On the 9th October, we arrived in [...]
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A group of Howest lecturers, Frederik De Laere, Tijs Verbeke and Dimitri Govaert, presented DLaB at the STEM-fair in Flanders on 25 October. STEM Fairs offer wide and varied opportunities to expand students' views of the world of STEM. The STEM-fair was part of a bigger event called the Flemish Learning Network and took place in [...]
From 9th to 13th October 2017, students, teachers and academics from Belgium, Denmark, England and Norway met at Howest University, Bruges to plan the year’s activities.
Gallery of art in the environment The Digital learning Across Boundaries (DLAB) project aims to promote digital learning across the boundaries of the physical space of classrooms, across curriculum subjects, across languages and cultures and throughout facilitating collaborative learning across national boundaries. Over three years the project will explore three themes: technology outdoors, [...]
Academics and teachers from England, Denmark, Belgium and Norway met this week to start to plan the Digital Learning Across Boundaries (DLAB) Erasmus+ programme for 2018 that focuses on STEM to STEAM
Tina Wright, who attended the Technology Outdoors MOOC, writes on how the many activities covered within the MOOC have inspired her into new ways of looking at the outdoors
The Technology Outdoors course, launched in May 2017, was a huge success and drew a global audience of over 450 applicants from more than 30 countries across the world. This is the first of three MOOCs that explore ways to integrate technology within education.
A write-up of the experience of English Students who attended the trip to Norway in April 2017