Project Description

This Roundtable is about:

Broadening the network of skills among college students for a better engineering workforce is a priority. Project-based, or inquiry-based, learning is increasingly a necessary tool in today’s STEM education as it enhances transversal skills most valued by companies such as entrepreneurship, teamwork and creativity. In 2018, Ain Shams University was the first Egyptian University to formally join CDIO, an international initiative to put practice and problem solving back at the
center of formal engineering education.

In this roundtable, we will discuss how the implementation of a project-based learning approach can be a game changer for STEM education, and especially in a world where the nature of future jobs is in constant flux, making references to Project WESET (www.weset-project.eu). Most importantly, experts will also discuss how to overcome challenges to introduce initiatives such as CDIO in rather old-style prescriptive educational environments, and similar initiative at K-12 level in Egypt/Africa.

Speakers:

Adel Elsabbagh

Professor at Ain Shams University

Mohamed

Mohamed Anis

Assistant Director at Oasis International Academy

Phoebe

Phoebe Koundouri

Co Chair at SDSN Europe

Rania

Rania Hafez

International Cooperation and Media in Ministry of Education in Egypt

Tamer

Tamer Elnady

Professor at Ain Shams University

Moderator:

Amr

Amr Elbanhawy

Professor at Ain Shams University

Speakers:

Adel Elsabbagh

Professor at Ain Shams University

Mohamed

Mohamed Anis

Assistant Director at Oasis International Academy

Phoebe

Phoebe Koundouri

Co Chair at SDSN Europe

Rania

Rania Hafez

International Cooperation and Media in Ministry of Education in Egypt

Tamer

Tamer Elnady

Professor at Ain Shams University

Moderator:

Amr

Amr Elbanhawy

Professor at Ain Shams University

PBL for the future of STEM

Hours and Dates

22 September
18:00-19:30 (CEST)

Place

ONLINE

Free

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