Professionals from different scientific fields visit students to talk about real problems and possible solutions. Usually they propose different situations for students to solve during the session.

Additional Info

  • Period of implementation: 10 Hours
  • Country where the practice was developed : Spain
  • Provider of the practice : Politeknika Ikastegia Txorierri - Derio
  • Targetg group: 16-17 y.o. students 4-5 EQF level
  • How to implement the practice :

    Before the visit of the professional, students analyse the field of work and raise their doubts about it, in order to propose them to the professional on the day of the visit. In the second part of the session, the practitioner poses a real problem for the students to solve. It is proposed once every two months

  • Main learning outcomes from the practice :

    Identify, pose and solve problems, carry out small investigations (individually or in groups), use the strategies of this science with autonomy, and become aware that scientific work is carried out through experimentation and creativity.

  • Needed/Suggested digital tools:
    • - Google drive
  • The practice was carried: : Hybrid online/classroom
  • Critical points to shift towards STEM learning and solutions:

    Usually teachers feel more comfortable when every activity can be controlled, when there is only one correct answer. This point can managed just with confidence

  • Positive aspects of participatory learning :

    To get a close look at real problems, which generate more motivation, better learning.

  • Negative aspects of participatory learning:

    Some students get lost and can not motivate if the group is too large

  • Included green education (if any):

    Different SDGs

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