[presentation] Der Ansatz der „Citizen Science“ bei der Erstellung von Lehrmaterialien in einem Hochschulprojekt #tugraz #gmw2020

Im Rahmen der GMW 2020 Tagung hat Clarissa zwei Beiträge von uns vorgestellt – der zweite nun hatten den Titel „Der Ansatz der „Citizen Science“ bei der Erstellung von Lehrmaterialien in einem Hochschulprojekt„. Hier gibt es noch die Vortragsfolien:

[publication] How to Support Girls’ Participation at Projects in Makerspace Settings. Overview on Current Recommendations #research #tugraz

Our contribution to the Edurobotics conference 2018 got published right now. According to the title „How to Support Girls’ Participation at Projects in Makerspace Settings„. Overview on Current Recommendations“ we did a study with a special view how we can increase the participation of girls in makerspaces.

Abstract:
Several biases and thresholds challenge the reach of girls in technology-related activities. For this contribution we collected and structured existing research and good practices on how to reach girls within projects in the field educational robotics, makerspaces, coding and STEM in general. The contribution presents general guidelines for future activities with a potential higher rate of participating girls in makerspace settings.

Abstract of the publication

[article @ publisher’s homepage]
[draft @ ResearchGate]

Reference: Schön S., Rosenova M., Ebner M., Grandl M. (2020). How to Support Girls’ Participation at Projects in Makerspace Settings. Overview on Current Recommendations​.​ In: Moro M., Alimisis D., Iocchi L. (eds) Educational Robotics in the Context of the Maker Movement. Edurobotics 2018. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 946, pp. 193-196, Springer, Cham

[publication] Designing a Makerspace for Children – Let’s Do It #makereducation #research

Our contribution to the Edurobotics conference 2018 got published right now. According to the title „Designing a Makerspace for Children – Let’s Do It“ we described our first Makerdays 2015.

Abstract:
When makerspaces are designed for children, special motivation and reasoning needs to be made. Within this article, we describe a case study: A temporary four-day open makerspace for about 40 children per day. Motivation, considerations and the development process as well as the actual realization are described and discussed. We comment on how such a space for children and adolescents should be arranged for future studies. As described, considerations in terms of participation, peer tutoring and gender mainstreaming influence the design of the space, the methods used, as well as the general setting.

Abstract of the publication

[article @ publisher’s homepage]
[draft @ ResearchGate]

Reference: Schön S., Ebner M., Grandl M. (2020) Designing a Makerspace for Children – Let’s Do It. In: Moro M., Alimisis D., Iocchi L. (eds) Educational Robotics in the Context of the Mak-er Movement. Edurobotics 2018. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 946., pp. 3-15 Springer, Cham

[poster] How to reach more girls in makerspace settings @ Edurobotics 2018 #making

Maria presented out joint research on how to reach more girls in makerspaces/maker education at the Edurobotics conference 2018 in Rome. Thanks a lot for the presentation!

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You find the poster as well online:

Sandra Schön, Margarethe Rosenova, Martin Ebner and Maria Grandl (2018). How to support girls’
participation at projects in makerspace settings. Overview on current recommendations. In: EduRobotics 2018 in Rome, Poster: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/328175572, as pdf:
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Erschienen: Mehr Mädchen in Makerspaces? (Praxisblog Medienpädagogik) #making

Auf Englisch haben wir es auf der EduRobotics 2018 in Rom vorgestellt, für den Praxisblog dann gleich ins Deutsche übertragen: