Training course: Make Education using Digital Technologies
Dates: 1-30 August 2020
Participating countries: Bulgaria, France, Latvia, Romania
Number of participants: 18
Apply here: Application form
Organizer: Digijeunes (Youth NGO)
Deadline to apply: 1 May 2020
Date of Selection: 11 May 2020
Inquiries about this project: firstname.lastname@example.org
There will be no participation fee.
Accommodation and food
The hosting will take place at hostels/ apartments near the venue. Every day, 3 meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) will be provided. Participants will share rooms with 3 or 4 bedrooms. Female and male participants will be separated.
The info pack will contain an estimate of the overall price of tickets to reach the training venue from different starting countries (Bulgaria, France, Latvia). We will refund to participants the price of their tickets (within the limits of the Erasmus + lump sums).
Traveling from Romania: up to 180 eur
Traveling from Bulgaria: up to 180 eur
Traveling from France: up to 275 eur
Traveling from Latvia: up to 275 eur
Make Education using Digital Technologies
Digital Heroes project is providing four seperate opportunities for youth workers to learn and develop their skills through MakerEducation activities and using Digital Technologies.
Calling for participants from France, Romania, Latvia and Bulgaria!
During the months of July and August 2020 there will be four courses running, each lasting 2 weeks. The courses will each be focussing on different subjects, therefore the exact dates will depend on the course of interest.
We are searching for candidates who are interested in:
Devleoping their skills in digital technologies, problem solving and STEAM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Maths).
Developing skills to be able to use digital technologies for social change.
Developing skills around MakerEducation and learning how such activities can be used to inspire younger generations and reconnect them with society.
There will be four different training course, each lasting two weeks. They will focus on a specific area but over the two weeks many different areas and activities will be covered.
The four main subject areas of each course are:
1. Digital Fabrication
Learn how to create things with the help of machines that are controlled via a computer. We will explore how to imagine and design objects which can be created using the correct software and later sent to a machine which can physically produce them.
Learn how to programme and adopt a computational way of thinking. This course will provide an introduction to coding through exploring visual/block coding softwares such as Scratch and other softwares including mBlock, Arduino and Raspberry Pi.
3. Connected Objects
This course will focus on projects related to the internet of things and connected objects. Connected objects are any item embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and network connectivity which enable them to collect and exchange data. This course will be an opportunity to learn about basic electronics and coding and implement them in different scenarios.
4. Electronic Textiles and wearables
This course will focus on techniques and methods revolving around technology, textiles, arts and crafts. There will be a focus around using basic electronics and programming to create new and interactive wearable items.
The courses will be held in Bucharest, Romania
The training will be lead by trainers from the Digijeunes, Small Academy, Burgas Free University and Rezekne Academy of Technologies