All the consortium partners met for a training session on the e-learning platform provided by the expert of KTU – Kaunas University of Technology and now our brand new platform for BIOS4YOU project is availbale.
The expert presented the e-learning environment realized with Moodle for containing the materials and the results of the BIOS4YOU project.
Moodle is an e-learning environment for the management of courses, inspired by constructionism, theory according to each learning would be facilitated by the production of tangible results.
The session was 2 hours long and the platform was explained in all its aspects. It is user- friendly both for teachers and students and it offers a lot of tools to be used.
Partners from up to now will be in charge in realizing some training with teachers to present the already ready platform and to teach to them how to use it.
The platform is ready and accessible via the following link
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BioS4YOU project is funded by the European Commission under the Erasmus+ programme, KA201 – Strategic Partnerships for school education and it involves 5 partners from different countries: Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (Germany), CEIPES – Centro Internazionale per la promozione dell’educazione e lo sviluppo (Italy), Unipa – Università degli studi di Palermo (Italy), ADYMEM – Adıyaman Milli Eğitim Müdürlüğü (Turkey), KTU – Kaunas University of technology (Lithuania).
The project aims to engage new generations, through formal and non-formal education and active-learning activities, in STEM subjects by introducing them to the bio-inspired technologies, to both the biologically inspired engineering and the scientific innovations, new treatments, technology and processes that could make a real difference in improvement of life and environment.
The main goal of BioS4YOU to realise various actions for STEM educators and support programs for young people, and young women in particular, focusing on science, technology, engineering and mathematics, starting from the idea to relieve them of the fear and insecurity of these topics and to encourage them to the study of their subjects