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STEM Education through Arts and mini-games

Final Multiplier Event

Online, 19 March 2021

In partnership with

The Multiplier Event is organized by G.A.STEM in partnership with the 10th International Conference on New Perspectives in Science Education. The Multiplier Event is open to all participants of the conference, but also to anybody interested in the topic.

What to expect?

At the Multiplier Event “STEM Education through Arts and mini-gamesʺ, the participants engage in three interactive sessions, each beginning with a presentation of activities and results achieved  in the framework of the G.A.STEM project and finishing with a discussion

Who should attend?

The Multiplier Event is primarily designed for teachers interested in using ART as a tool to promote students’ creativity and interest in STEM education. The event is also highly relevant for students interested in more personalized and creative learning processes through the use of mini-games and the discovery of the indissoluble link between STEM and ART

Free online participation

Participation in the Multiplier Event is free of charge. However, a simple registration is required. A link to join the Multiplier Event will be sent to all registered participants by email prior to the event.

Please, note that the registration in this Multiplier Event will not give you access to the New Perspectives in Science Education conference. A separate registration will be required to attend the conference.


Friday, 19 March 2021

09:30 Central European Time

An overview on the G.A.STEM project: objectives and aims


Heli Brander, University of Turku

Antonio Giordano, Pixel

10:00 Central European Time

Art and mini-games for STEM: from students for students


Greet Bekaert, Sint-Lievenscollege

Michela Tramonti, EU – Track

10:30 Central European Time

Generating game ideas with your students


Mikhail Fiadotau, Tallinn University