“STEM for HUMANITY”
Akorn trialled the Primary FSA in 2017 with the assistance of a MakerSpace Grant provided by the Government 삼성 스마트폰 드라이버. The 2017 program was facilitated to more than 200 primary students in three regional primary schools.
The Primary FULL STEaM AHEAD program was designed as an immersive project based learning experience that focused on designing for people with disability with the focus on empathy building, universal design (critical thinking), a social model of disability, and the application of STEM skills 8090 mp3.
During the initial workshop launch (at Engineers Australia, Melbourne), students had an opportunity to experience what it would be like living with a disability (i.e rammap 다운로드. using mobility aids, and similar equipment). Through this – the students experienced physical, sensory & intellectual disability.
At their own schools, students worked in collaborative teams in their newly established or existing Maker Spaces research, use the design thinking processes and newly learned STEM skills to work through the process of making their Assistive Devices, along with relevant information sheets, posters, etc Java zip file generation.
It now 2020 and we are facilitating this program for more than 1500 students through Catholic Education Melbourne.
Here is a student made video: