Dissemination

Many of the dissemination activities can be found on our Facebook page. Next we highlight some of them, giving the links when possible.

We also invite you to visit the dissemination produced in our previous project “Atelier for STE(A)M”: http://atelierforsteam.colegiopedropoveda.org/en/dissemination

A. Publications

  1. Adaptive and Creative Problem-Projects in the Teaching of Science. Description of the Methodology and Appreciation of the Students Involved” (“Problemas-Proyectos Adaptativos y Creativos en la enseñanza de las ciencias. Descripción de la metodología y apreciación de los estudiantes involucrados”). Miguel Ángel Queiruga-Dios, María Consuelo Sáiz-Manzanares, Eduardo Montero-García. Universidad de Burgos. Realia (Research in Education and learning Innovation Archives), n.23 (2019).

Abstract.

This paper describes the methodology that has been called Adaptive and Creative Problem-Projects Based Learning (acPBL), using as an example some of the projects carried out in the Jesús-María concerted center in Burgos (Spain) for ten years, between 2006 and 2016, with students of Compulsory Secondary Education and Baccalaureate. This methodology suggests an attention to the diversity of the students considering their needs and concerns. In addition, the result of the perception survey carried out on 73 individuals involved in this methodology is quantitatively analyzed when a period of maturity has elapsed and they are finishing their degree studies or with these already completed. The conclusions indicate that this methodology is fully effective in the most relevant aspects pursued: the acquisition of 21st century skills . Finally, the result of the survey conducted is analyzed as well as some collected testimonies.

2. Mobile learning: análisis y reflexión. Una propuesta de implementación en el aula, Miguel Ángel Queiruga Dios, Sara Juez Navarro, María Consuelo Sáiz Manzanares y Santiago Collado Cabeza, capítulo dentro de “Nuevos retos en la enseñanza de las ciencias” Editores Pedro Mebiela, María Isabel Cebreiros y Manuel Vidal.

Resumen
Propuesta de mobile learning implementada en Física y química de 4.º de ESO. Se seleccionaron y clasificaron ocho aplicaciones para lograr los objetivos educativos según la taxonomía de Bloom. Se realizó una encuesta de opinión a 42 alumnos, manifestando que, la utilización de aplicaciones resulta motivante y favorece su aprendizaje.

B. Conferences

  1. “Utilización de las TIC en la construcción de la física: análisis de una propuesta didáctica” Queiruga Dios, Miguel Ángel; Diez Ojeda, María; Velasco Pérez, Noelia. Congreso iberoamerica “La educación ante el nuevo entorno digital” ISBN: 978-84-948417-1-2.

2. “¿De qué color es el oro? Introducción a la nanotecnología en Secundaria Obligatoria”; Miguel Ángel Queiruga-Dios, Emilia López-Iñesta, María Diez-Ojeda, Noelia Velasco-Pérez y José Benito Vázquez-Dorrío

Resumen
A pesar del interés científico y la repercusión social de la nanotecnología, se
encuentra prácticamente ausente en el currículum de Secundaria Obligatoria. Se describen algunas experiencias para trabajar en la asignatura de Física y Química de 4º de ESO que se pueden introducir en el aula utilizando materiales accesibles.

C. Collaborations

  1. Our project is not alone. It’s part of other projects related with STEAM education in Europe. Then, we are incorporated to the Scientix portal. Scientix is a project funded by the European Comission to promote STEM education in Europe. Among their activities, during the school year 2019-2020 we have participated as a partner in the STEM Discovery Campaign, organizing a competition related with the topic of our project. We received entries from many parts of Europe and other countries like Israel. We feel very proud because our activities were very know by a lot of teachers all over Europe.

Aquí podéis ver más información, publicada desde el propio portal de Scientix:
http://www.scientix.eu/news/news-all/news-detail?articleId=903019

2. We have collaborated with eTwinning.

The STEM group in eTwinning invited us to teach a webinar the 27th February 2020 about European STEM projects and we had the oportunity to show our projects to STEM teachers all over in Europe. We want to thanks this portal for giving us this great experience.

If you want to see one of our two presentations: click here. You can dowload the other one in the eTwinning site of the webinar. Maybe you want to watch the complete one (to access to the link you need to be a member of eTwinning): https://groups.etwinning.net/7619/pages/page/891515

More than 200 teachers attended!