Chair: Kristóf Fenyvesi Time: 4 August, 2022, 1:00 pm–5:30 pm Location: National Museum of Finland Click here and join us in the Bridges 2022 Family Day & Math-Art Expo!
Experience Workshop attended the annual LUMA days which took place at the Aalto University in Espoo on the 13-14. of June, after a 2-year pandemic break. The Finnish acronym LUMA combines science and mathematics, but this year these topics were also connected to arts and economy. The event offered a varied programme on the theme[…]
On the 20th of May, a discussion and a workshop related to the book Playful Learning in Early Childhood Education in Finland took place in the library of the University of Jyväskylä. The event was integrated into Jyväskylä’s most popular Yläkaupungin Yö festival.
Experience Workshop provided professional and management background to the Hungarian high school Áron Szilády in their Erasmus+ KA121 mobility project. 16 ninth grade (14-year-old) students and 4 teachers visited Finland from the school. Their wish was to get in touch with children and teachers and gain first-hand experience of Finnish education. We’ve established the connection[…]
As for our Erasmus+ PUNTE project, we took an important step forward in May. We organized five pilot courses in teacher training education for students in Komarno, at Selye János University. University teachers of Selye János University, Zoltán Fehér and László Jaruska hosted the event. Teacher trainers were Ildikó Szabó and Judit Mihály (Experience Workshop).[…]
At “Norssi” School’s science days in Jyväskylä in mid-April we’ve also visited a second class of first-graders, Minna Suikkari’s class. We’ve moved out of the classroom to a comfortable inbetween space with carpet floor. Our idea was to introduce Platonic solids with the help of the colorful Itsphun toolkit. Itsphun is a system of interlocking shapes[…]
Experience Workshop participated in the transnational partner meeting of the Erasmus+ project “Analogue game for digital minds – Logifaces methodology” on the 26-28th April 2022. The meeting was hosted by the coordinator Johannes Kepler Universität Linz. Logifaces is a geometric skill development game created by Hungarian architect and designer Daniel Lakos. The aim of this[…]