S.T.E.A.M. Children Engineer Academy Activities – November’17
November has been an intense month for our Erasmus + STEAM Children Engineering Academy, Project.
From the 7th to 9th Eloísa Cano and Amaya Puertas participated in the 1st Transnational Project Meeting in Poland, with the project coordinators of the rest of the partner countries.
A week later they informed the rest of the primary teachers about the agreements related to the project and all of them started to organised the work.
Afterwards, the winning logo of the Logo Contest was selected and the prize was awarded to the winners, Paula Carrasco and Lucía Pérez.
And finally, a meeting with families took place in order to organise the Host Family listing, ready to welcome our European partners. It’s been a great start!
S.T.E.A.M. Children Engineer Academy Activities – December’17
During December, we had some meeting with the secondary teachers of the school, in order to inform them about the STEAM project and see possible ways together so as to collaborate with them and the secondary students in the project.
All primary teachers chose the short films they are going to use in the STEAM lesson they are going to design and carry out with the students. We already have some of those lessons… great!! Here’s a photo sample of them:
As we are going to move a big group of students to Italy next year, and we are going to host a big group of Italian ones in April too, we had a special meeting with the families of our 5th graders, the ones we will host them.
We also have our monthy coordination meeting, with the Erasmus+/Internationalitation team, to review how the project is going and to start to organize the Erasmus STEAM week for April.
By the end pf the month we received our brand new STEAM calendars for 2018. We actually packed and send them to the partners.
Finally we shared some Chirstmas Greetings , pictures and short videos with our STEAM partners, in a nice way to end the year.
S.T.E.A.M. Children Engineer Academy Activities – February’18
During February several activities related to our STEAM project were carried out.
In the second grade of the primary school, one of the most curious, our physics teacher came to explain very interesting topics about the behavior of color in nature. They were spectators of first to see how the color decomposes.
Our 5th grade primary school students, together with their robotics teachers, have set up robots to be programmed and ready for when our European partners visit us.
And we do not forget that our primary teachers continue to work on the design of activities to work with all the course related to the Steam project.
JABY COLEGIO STEAM LESSONS
2 .DAY _ NIGHT
4. KIWI (2)
7. PIPE DREAM
15. JINXY JENKIS
16. SMASH _ GRAB
JUNE STEAM WEEK
In June’19, we celebrated the STEAM WEEK, a special week part of the Erasmus+ project, in which students from 3rd to 6th grade participated in different STEAM workshops. The activities were related to the specific topic of the project we are developing at JABY School, “Forces and eMotion”.
Apart from the workshops where students built some artifacts, tried them and collected the results, we also had some lessons to explain the theory related to the topic and the Scientific Method Steps. These are some photos
and videos of the activities.
STEAM WEEK GALLERY
Colegio JABY SL, Torrejón de Ardoz, Spain- COVID-19 ONLINE STEAM ACTIVITIES
Because of the COVD19, in Spain, lessons at school stopped the 13th of March, but school, learning and our STEAM Erasmus+ project didn’t stop. As it was planned, we continued with the project activities, working and researching at home about Forces&Motion.
Thanks to our students enthusiasm, the family support and with the iPads help, they developed nice and interesting projects on catapults and roller coasters. These are some examples of the final outcome from out 3rd grade students.
Catapults Photo Gallery
Images & Videos
ROLLER COASTERS PHOTO GALLERY