The Global Science Opera (GSO) is a good example of how to co-create digitally across borders during the pandemic. Read Janne Robberstad’s blogpost about sustainability in the Global Science Opera on the project Mind the Gap’s website here.
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It is still possible to sign up for the online STEAM Approach in Science Education Conference Dec 6th – 8th. The conference is jointly organised by the Next Step and the GSO4SCHOOL projects. The conference program is ready and published, and you will find lots of interesting talks, presentations and workshops. Read more about the […]
In September we were finally able to meet in person with the partners of the Mind the Gap project for a transnational meeting in Dublin. We had two productive days, working with strategy, training methodologies, blended processes, Design Thinking and much more. The Mind the Gap project brings together a consortium of six European arts […]
The Global Science Opera is so excited to be partners with the UN this year, their experts will help us with the scientific facts for our opera Thrive. As a part of this, Tim Christophersen will give a lecture on Ecosystem Restoration, followed by a Q&A. The lecture will take place on Zoom on Friday […]
The Department of Arts Education at HVL campus Stord is happy to present a new colleague. Giedre Straksiene, PhD, is a postdoctoral researcher in the Global Science Opera, in the context of HVL’s University project. Giedre’s main research area focuses on development of communicative competence, various teaching/learning drama methods which are applicable in development of […]
Mind the Gap! is the name of the new research-project HVL will enter already in March 2021. Coordinated by RESEO, a European Network for Opera and Dance Education, the project will focus on creating digital bridges to community. Belgium, Ireland, the United Kingdom, Italy, France and Norway are partners in this exciting artistic research. HVL […]
The European School Innovation Academy is preparing for the STEAM summer-schools in 2021. Two full weeks filled to the rim with new knowledge within transdisciplinary science and arts-education through . The GSO4SCHOOL is part of this workshop-hub, and after last year´s pandemic postponement, we are getting ready for a twice-the-size online outreach. With a full […]
Conference proceedings from the three-day international online conference, arranged by HVL Dec. 1.-3. 2020, can now be downloaded using this link: http://www.project-case.eu/conference-proceedings/ The conference was a joint arrangement for the ERASMUS+-projects CASE and GSO4SCHOOL, with more than 300 participants from 40 countries.
The recently published book Inquiry-Based Learning: “A Guidebook to Writing a Science Opera”, written by Oded Ben-Horin (HVL/CASE center) and Irma Smegen (Speel je Wijs) provides teachers with the reasons for, and advantages of, introducing pupils of all ages to Write a Science Opera (WASO). It provides step-by-step instructions for how to implement WASO in […]
A three-day international online conference was arranged by HVL Dec 1-3. More than 300 participants from 40 countries had registered to participate, and they were all gathered in the quest to learn more about STEAM-education. The participants experienced great keynotes, presentations, workshops and posters, and the global STEAM-education network was enriched and enlarged during the […]
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