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Erasmus STEM

STEM SCHOOL LABEL

In order to apply for a STEM School Label provided by the European Schoolnet Agency, we want to analyze the items suggested by them. The checklist is preceded by 2 videos our students recorded in order to show up different cases:

 

Instruction

Good implementation already

  • STEM subjects are taught at different levels.  
  • 1st course (12 years old students):Proxecto Boiro, researching
  • 2nd course: Green New School, about STEM-Ecofeminism-Communication (new, starts in 2019_20)
  • 2nd course: Technology (mechanisms, structures, electricity)
  • 3rd course: Technology (materials, CAD, robotics, elecricity)
  • 4th course: Technology (electronics, robotics, programming, communication)
  • There is interdisciplinary collaboration among teachers to identify learning needs and interests of students.                                                                                  

We do it in our Assessment meetings (October, December, March, June, September); A report is made by our Counaelor and a follow-up programme is settled for each student.

  • Organised and planned projects with identifiable goals and outcomes are part of STEM subjects.

Yes, and we can see the goals in our Syllabus.

  • Students are actively involved in the learning process.

Yes, as we can infer from the high number of participants in the extracurricular activities.

  • Hands-on activities are part of STEM subjects.

 Yes; you can take a look at our Tech projects in our Annual report, page 5 ahead.

  • The school representatives carry out extracurricular projects in the STEM areas.

We do: we carry out a Science Club based on Bioarchitecture and a Robots-Audiovisual lab (STARgal).

  • STEM subject topics and practices are based on solving real-world problems.
  • 1st course subject: we do a research on health topics related to our village
  • 2nd course subjec: we will do a research on ecological issues related to our country
  • 2nd, 3rd and 4th course Tech: we do projects related to current issues like electric cars, health troubles involved in conventional building techniques, control systems, A.I., I.o.T
  • Project-based teaching methods are used through solving open-ended tasks.

 It's our philosophy.

  • Maker education is part of the STEM teaching in the school.

 It is essential in the Curriculum of Tech lessons: we mount prototypes and mother board basis, use 3D printing, solder circuits, build models...

  • Learning outcomes are observed and analysed and the learning process is adapted accordingly.                                                

 It is compulsory in Spain and we do it in our ordinary assessment meetings.

 

AVALIACIÓN INTERMEDIA ERASMUS STEM

A profesora Ana Moreiras presentou ante o Claustro do 28 de maio un balance da participación do noso centro no Proxecta Observa_Acción (curso 2018/18) e no Erasmus Profesorado competente desde a perspectiva STEM (cursos 2018/20), analizando tamén a súa propia experiencia PIALE.

Curso Bruxelas, resumo

 

A profesora de Tecnoloxía Ana Moreiras vén de participar nun curso en Bruxelas dentro do marco do Erasmus "Profesorado competente desde a perspectiva STEM". Trátase dun proxecto europeo coordinado polo CAFI no que participan, ademais, os centros IES Meaño, IES Carlos Casares, IES Pobra do Caramiñal, IES Porriño e IES Xelmírez 2.

O fin deste Erasmus é presentar un catálogo de prácticas STEM que sirvan de guía a outros centros galegos. Para logralo, deseñáronse 3 saídas educativas para participar en cursos europeos e facer job shadowing de dinámicas STEM referencia.

Diario Curso Bruxelas - Día 5

O día en que nos cansamos de facer prácticas sobre hipóteses e decidimos comezar a falar das nosas experiencias reais, xa que, agora si, SOMOS CONSCIENTES DE QUE XA SOMOS CENTROS STEM.

 

 

Diario Curso Bruxelas - Día 4

STE(A)M: Europeana – integrando a herdanza cultural nas clases STEM

Diario Curso Bruxelas - Día 3

 

Visita á escola Zavo onde está implementado o proxecto STEM at School

É unha escola preto de Bruxelas que conta con 3 “campus”: centro de secundaria de graos 1º e 2º, que non visitamos; centro de graos 3º a 6º, onde se implementou a metodoloxía STEM, e centro de formación profesional. Este é o sitio web do centro. Todo o complexo ten 1740 estudantes e 250 profes. O campus STEM, o obxecto prioritario da nosa visita, está recén construído e ten preto de 300 estudantes. Nas aulas non caben máis de 24 persoas. 

 

Visita de estudo á escola ZOVA, onde se está implementando o proxecto 

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by Dr. Radut