Fraunhofer IAO Is Researching New Learning Spaces

Under the motto learning worlds of the future learning spaces that meet the educational requirements of the future are the global innovation program was HP launched, achieving worldwide more effective learning outcomes in the fields of mathematics, engineering, science and technology (referred to as MINT). This is necessary, because MINT education significantly affects the social progress and economic competitiveness. MINT students will also need additional skills, to cope with project-based, interdisciplinary tasks, which promote innovation and multi-cultural cooperation. About six million US dollars in the form of technology and cash from a total of 35 educational institutions, among which also the Fraunhofer IAO is distributed HP. Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn describes an additional similar source. Winning criteria were the presentation of innovative learning approaches with international relevance and consistency with the objectives of the catalyst initiative. In five different consortia is the money for the research of innovations around to the MINT areas of study Develop networks to us to share and to work. For more information, see:… Tobias Hug, Fraunhofer IAO.