Workshop in Stockholm 11.–14.6.2013

Dear Stockholm workshop participant,
Shortly after the event you will receive an invitation e-mail to a short survey about your experience.  Thank you in advance for responding to it in timely manner!

The second of three workshops within the European preparation project ”Off-the-Records” will be held in Stockholm 11th – 14th June. Stockholm School

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of Arts and Studiefrämjandet are collaborating together for creating a wide range of practical workshop for teachers in how to use ICT tools when working in the field of culture. Especially focus will be on non-formal and informal learning. Lead partner is Metropolia University in Helsinki Finland and partners are from Estonia, Latvia, Italy, Germany and Sweden.

Target group: teachers, youth leaders, and other working with young people and interested in how to use ICT as a tool when teaching within the culture area. Participants will be from Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Sweden.

Working language: English
Dates: Tuesday 11th June at 11.00 until Friday 14th June 13.00

Tuesday 11 June at Studiefrämjandet, Rosenlundsgatan 54, 2nd floor

11.00–12.00 Welcome and getting to know each other

13.15–18.30 Inspiring lecture and workshop with focus on exploring the concept of non-formal, informal and formal learning, blended learning and different learning styles. www.lassefrisk.se

Wednesday 12th June at Studiefrämjandet Brygghuset, Norrtullsgatan 12

10.00–18.00 Introduction of Studieframjandet

  • Practical workshop
  • Web pages in Word Press

18.00–18.30 Evaluation

Thursday 13th June at Stockholm School of Art premises in Bromma, Kapplanstrappan

10.00–12.00 Introduction of Stockholm School of Arts and presentation of their ICT project.

13.00–15.30 Practical workshops in two divided groups of 10 people in each one:

  • 1. Play along – The Flipped Classroom
  • 2. Comics on iPad

16.00–18.30 Practical workshops in two divided groups of 10 people in each one:

  • 3. Movement research through informal learning and ICT
  • 4. Ways of using ICT-tools in music education

18.30–19.00 Evaluation

Friday 14th June at Stockholm School of Art premises in Bromma, Kapplanstrappan

10.00–13.00 Pedagogical discussions and forums, methods and evaluation

Practical information

  • The workshops are free of charge, but we expect you to participate all four days. This is very important for the project and the outcomes of the workshops due to the bigger application we will apply for next period.
  • Lunch is not included
  • Contacts: Eva Darell, Stockholm School of Art, +46 8 508 318 34, eva.darell@stockholm.se
    Jocke Kellokumpu, Studiefrämjandet, +46 8 545 707 25, johan.kellokumpu@studieframjandet.se

 

Information and description about the practical workshops

Wednesday 12th June

Web pages in Word Press

Leader: Marianne Gustafsson

Description: We will have a one-day seminar on Word Press. The aim of the day is that each participant should have a basic knowledge of Word Press and the information and resources available on the web, and also knowledge of how to teach about Word Press. The participants have different experiences from creating web pages. Some have no knowledge and some might have a lot of knowledge. Participants will be divided into groups. In each group there will be people both with much and little experience. During the day we alternate between briefings and work in groups. We will also have discussions in groups. After a number of group sessions, we have a short presentation.

If necessary, computers will be available for 15 persons. The participants are welcome to bring and use their own computers.

Preparation:

  1. Think about what topic you want your site to be about.
  2. Look around at other sites with similar topics for inspiration.
  3. Bring photos to the seminar in your own computer or on a USB stick.
  4. Write some of the text that will fill the pages

Thursday 13th June

13.00–15.30

1. Play along – The flipped classroom

Leaders: Olle Danielsson and Fredrik Österberg

Description: First, we give lectures, we show the method and material, then hands-on where the participants have the opportunity to try out the material and film their own video lesson.

2. Comics on iPad

Leaders: Carin Granath, Tommy Omazic and Cristina Blendea

Description The participants will create comic series on an iPad app called “ComicBook!”

The aim is to explore the many and varied possibilities an iPad offers in an educational context. Through the use of this particular app, one explores everything from writing to creating a storyboard to photo editing. Working on an iPad can be included in other educational areas and in a great number of subjects in school. The base of our work is storytelling, which is also the first step in this workshop and we will be exploring the great advantage of combining the method with this kind of technology.

16.00–18.30

3. Movement research through informal learning and ICT

Leader: Petra Howard

Description: We´ll be working with movement as expression and exploring through improvisation. Then we´ll reconstruct our own movements by filming and relearn your improvisation to create a choreographed piece that could be filmed or performed live as a performance.

The aim of the workshop is to explore ways of working with improvisation and choreography by using IT and informal learning.

Preparation: Please bring comfortable clothes

4. Ways of using ICT- tools in music education

Leaders: Bengt Åslund and Helene Iliste

Description:The participants will participate in three different teaching situations that involves IT-tools: learning keyboard, drums and music theory. They will move between the 3 learning stations during the workshop.

The aim is to show how IT-tools can enhance the students learning experience and make music education in groups of students more meaningful.