CASE Conference

STEAM Approach in Science Education


The Creativity, Art, Science in Primary Education (CASE) International Conference initially foreseen to take place at Stord, Norway in August 2020 is postponed due to potential travel restrictions and public health concerns related to the covid-19 outbreak. More information including the rescheduled dates will follow soon.

The conference will be an international meeting point for educators, scientists, artists, researchers and policy-makers during which cutting-edge perspectives on creativity in school education will be presented and further developed. The conference will be an exciting and enjoyable occasion for educators to gain valuable experience with specific Professional Development approaches to science-and-art (STEAM) methodologies through hands-on experiences, lectures and intensive, interactive workshops.

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Call for Abstracts

Deadline: 26 April 2020     POSTPONED

Location

Getting to Campus Stord

Klingenbergvegen 4, 5414 Stord

Date

NEW DATES: will be announced soon

Speakers

Science and Art Educators and

STEAM Specialist

About CASE International Conference

Thematic Areas

  • Introducing Strategies and Methodologies for Creativity in Science Education

  • Challenges for implementing creative strategies in Schools

  • Creative Science Education Case Studies

  • STEAM approach in Science Education

  • Assessing the Impact of Creativity in Science education

  • Arts-infused IBSE training materials

  • Large scale activities – Implementing creative methods in Science Education

  • Virtual communities – The Creative Science Classroom

Proposals and Call for Abstracts

The Conference organizers are inviting proposals for original paper and poster presentations, workshops/interactive sessions, on one of the aforementioned themes. Proposal ideas that extend beyond these thematic areas will also be considered.

Submissions be sent in electronic form to info@project-case.eu.

All submissions must be written in English.

Deadline for Submission: 26 April 2020

Information about Accepted abstracts: 31 May 2020

Details for Abstracts’ Submission

Opportunities

Participants will have opportunities to access the CASE project’s training materials while engaging in dialogue with the materials’ developers from Norway, Greece, Netherlands, Ireland and Lithuania.

During the conference, ideas for new Erasmus and other EU initiatives will be discussed. Participants will gain access to specific know-how regarding how to develop further creative education initiatives into funded projects, including guidance for the procedures involved in that process.

Participants will also have the opportunity to become acquainted with one of Norway’s largest teacher training institutions, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences and its campus at Stord, where the first teacher training institution in Norway was created almost 200 years ago.

The conference will include several social occasions during which new acquaintances will be made as part of the formal program as well as social events in a traditionally Norwegian context and atmosphere.

Formats for abstract Submissions

  • Oral Presentations may be between 15 and 20 minutes in duration. An abstract (in MS-Word .doc or in Open-Office format) describing the main points and conclusions of the presentation must be submitted electronically and before 26 April 2020. After being reviewed and accepted, the final “camera ready” version will be submitted electronically in accordance with the detailed instructions that will be given. Failure to meet the deadlines will result in the omission of the submitted work from the printed proceedings and may disqualify an accepted work.
  • Virtual presentations. Interested parties who are unable to attend the Conference in person but have interest in their paper being published in the Conference Proceedings may register for a “virtual presentation”. Virtual Presentations allow participants to submit papers for refereeing and publication in the conference proceedings, as with a regular paper.  Virtual authors can optionally submit a PowerPoint presentation in addition to the paper submission. These presentations will be uploaded on the Conference website so that all Conference participants will have access to them during and after the conference.
  • Poster presentations will preferentially be displayed for the full length of the Conference. An abstract describing the main points and conclusions of the work must be submitted electronically and in time.
  • Workshops. An abstract describing the main points and conclusions of the work must be submitted electronically and in time.

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The CASE Project Team

Hogskulen Pa Vestlandet (HVL)
Aristotelio Panepistimio Thessalonikis (AUTH)
Dublin City University (DCU)
Ellinogermaniki Agogi (EA)
Science View (SV)
Speel Je Wijis (SPEEL)
Klaipedos Universitetas (KU)