Conceptual Framework of non-formal STEM/Entrepreneurship activities for students
Total Activities: 17
The SENSEE Conceptual Framework is a comprehensive pedagogical report that includes the conceptual framework and learning objectives that was adopted for the creation of the Learning Toolkit with activities for students and the Modular Training Program for teachers and trainers. The conceptual framework covers the current educational priorities at a national, EU and international levels, provides the characteristics of non-formal STEM/Entrepreneurship learning and analyses the skills, knowledge and attitudes that students are expected to acquire through the non-formal activities.
Consists of 24 non-formal learning activities on STEM and Entrepreneurship Education aiming to increase the participation of 6-12-years-old students with fewer opportunities in non-formal leaning activities, enhance their STEM skills and competencies and encourage the development of an entrepreneurial mindset. Start your journey by exploring the interactive activities of the STEM and Entrepreneurship Learning Toolkit!
The Modular Training Program Toolkit is designed for teachers, educators, trainers and out-of-school activity professionals, consisting of suitable guidelines on how to use the STEM and Entrepreneurship Learning Toolkit with students from socially disadvantaged contexts. The program consists of a series of 18 activities, for facilitating the implementation of the STEM & Entrepreneurship Learning Toolkit of activities with students, aged 6-12 years old in non-formal educational settings, at school, home, local communities, afternoon clubs or science centres/museums. The Modular Training Programme aims to help teachers, educators & trainers to: • understand the main principles of the SENSEE Conceptual Framework; • understand the learning needs and traits of the 6-12-years-old socially disadvantaged students; • understand the various types of the STEM & Entrepreneurship learning activities.