Málaga, Sevilla and TenerifeNew Technologies & ICT10 days


In an increasingly technical and specialized world, the need of a scientific and technologically literate citizenship has never been greater.  Understanding the principles underlying scientific and technological knowledge and the practices and processes related to it is crucial to critical thinking and active collaboration in the problems of today’s society. Nevertheless, numerous reports warn about the incapacity of the educational system to offer quality scientific and technological education able to respond to such demands. (European Commission, 2015; OECD, 2005, 2006; Osborne y Dillon, 2008;UNESCO, 2008).

As a result, the European Union elaborates the report «Science education for a responsible citizenship» (UE, 2015) emphasising the need to teach sciences from a multidisciplinary STEM approach (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) that can contribute to our understanding and knowledge of problem solving as well as to guarantee equal opportunities for all students to excel at science learning.


On completion of this course participants will be able to:

  • Verify and develop their pedagogical and communication skills.
  • Improve the perspectives and development opportunities of each student.
  • Give possibility to attract students more by presenting topic in a more interesting and appealing way.
  • Increase motivation for professional development.
  • Reach even the most demanding students in an easier way.
  • Manage feelings and conflicts by focusing on solutions.
  • Cooperate with teachers as well as with students and parents.
  • Promote group work and long-term projects to provoke changes which will allow to take off unnecessary burden off the shoulders of the educational staff and exert greater impact on the learning process and more satisfying and stimulating climate of coexistence in the school context.


  • DAY 1: Science and technology

What does STEAM education mean?

Why is it necessary to talk about robotics and programming in a STEAM classroom?

  • DAY 2: Tools

Which software and materials can we use in our projects?

How to create a STEAM project based on a curricular science topic.

  • DAY 3: Engineering

Example 1: The Human Body (basic Scratch game)

Example 2: Water cycle (Experimentation)

  • DAY 4: Why Steam

How to create a STEAM project based on a curricular science and technology topic.

  • DAY 5: My own STEAM project

Example 1: Simple machines (Experimentation)

Example 2: Microbit Robotics (Automated sun-powered light)

  • DAY 6: Design 

Why including arts as a STEAM field? Basic fundamentals.

How to create a STEAM project based on a curricular arts topic.

  • DAY 7: Arts

Example 1: Musical Tubes (Physics and music)

Example 2: Comics with block constructions (Lego)

Other interesting projects: Minecraft Education History of Architecture and Stop Motion with construction blocks (Lego)

  • DAY 8: Mathematics

How to create a STEAM project based on a curricular mathematics topic.

  • DAY 9 : Methodology

Example 1: Coordinates axis. (Scratch)

Example 2: Quantification (ScracthJr)

  • DAY 10: My own STEAM project

Participants will choose a curricular topic of any subject and design a project to implement in their classroom based on the STEAM methodology.

Project presentation and evaluation.

Hading in Training Certificates.


The motto of this course is “Learning by Doing”.

We will make a tour through all the fields forming STEAM education and we will develop several multidisciplinary projects in relation to specific fields.

At the end of the course, participants will have created their own STEAM project based on a curricular subject and using the necessary programming tools and/or game.


The skills acquired by the participants can be useful for:

  • Promoting the use of programmes to create stories, games and activities in an intuitive way.
  • Providing students with knowledge that will help them later during their careers.
  • Designing a modern classroom that meets present and future needs.
  • Enhancing students’ critical and transversal thinking, achieving a meaningful learning that will enable them to solve problems inside and outside the classroom.
  • Educating more competitive citizens for the present and the future in an organic way, enhancing their interest towards STEAM fields.
  • Making students participate in their own education, turning them into active participants in their learning, leaving behind the old passive methodologies based on listening, reading and learning by heart.
  • Providing a wider vision on new technologies and ICT, turning students into creators, not mere consumers.


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24.06.2024 > 05.07.2024

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Services included

  • Pre-arrival information.
  • Tuition & training materials.
  • Coffee break.
  • Training Certificate.
  • Europass Certificate.
  • Admin & organizational costs.

Additional services

  • Accommodation (hotels & self-catering apartments).
  • Half-day and one-day trips.
  • Cultural activities.
  • Airport transfer.
  • Local transport.