🌟 Exciting News from DIG-ED at the EASE Summit for STEAM Educators! 🌟 We are thrilled to share the outstanding achievements of two remarkable members from DIG-ED, Maja and Georgina, who recently showcased their innovative ideas and projects at the esteemed EASE – 2nd European Summit for STEAM Educators. Maja,
During march – june 2020 when all our students were at home learning from the distance many organizations offered interesting classes using online tools. One of them was code.org. Every wednesday through zoom students from all around the word learned coding. Every class were held by different persons – programmers,
Students active participation in the teaching and learning activities is imperative for achieving learning outcomes and acquiring long-lasting knowledge and skills. This is the reason why teachers are always trying to create different activities. They try to implement various teaching strategies in order to raise students’ interest and motivation to
During Stem Discovery Week 2019 on April the 22nd, students from two primary schools – “Strasho Pindjur”,Negotino and “Krste Misirkov”,Skopje walked into a programmer’s hoes for a day. They were introduced to the profession software engineer. The day started with a visit to the Faculty of informatics and computer engineering
During the New Technologies in Education Conference in Belgrade Phd Vladimir Trajkovic spoke about introducing coding in primary schools.
DIG-ED this year was partner with many other organizations for STEM Discovery Week and supported the activities that promoted STEM education and STEM careers. We organized campaign among primary schools titled: Just say yes – You can be an engineer too. Around 500 students from 4 different primary schools participated
STEM Discovery Week 2018 is a joint international initiative that invites projects, organisations and schools across Europe and around the world, to celebrate careers and studies in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). The tagline for this year’s campaign “say yes to STEM” describes the partners’ open
I find excel to be very powerful educational tool, not just boring spreadsheets and charts. I use it in my classroom as a tool to create interactive digital content that can be used by smaller students in their learning of informatics, English language, math and geography. The students learn how to use formulas, conditional formatting and macros. That way they develop creativity, innovation and they start to learn the basis of programming and logical thinking.
Most educators seem to be using Scratch to teach computer science and programming skills. However, Scratch is a very powerful tool that can help students understand many concepts in all primary school subjects like: math, science, geography, etc.. Scratch is great for all student levels, both beginner and advanced. Keep in mind,