Posters and Demos

The lunch on Sunday will be ‘brown bag’ style and attendees will be encouraged to visit the posters and demos in Darwin Foyer from 12:15-13:15 during the lunch break, those with posters and demos are welcome to display them for the whole duration of the conference if they wish.


Sofia Papavlasopoulou, Michail Giannakos and Letizia Jaccheri. The emerging role of making in formal and informal education : Insights from a review of the literature

Anne Weibert, Konstantin Aal, Andrea Marshall and Volker Wulf. Facilitating STEAM Learning among Children with Paper Circuit Activities poster paper

Eva Eriksson, Peter Börjesson, Carl Heath, Wolmet Barendregt, Olof Torgersson, Peter Ljungstrand, Erik Einebrandt and Niels Swinkels. Perspectives on Digital Fabrication and Making in Special Education poster paper

Eva Eriksson, Carl Heath, Peter Ljungstrand, Niels Swinkels and Erik Einebrandt. Children:MAKE – Promotion of Children’s Rights through Soft Power and Making poster paper

Nancy Otero Ornelas. Connected Teaching

Kasper Skov Christensen, Mikkel Hjorth and Ole Sejer Iversen. What Do We Talk About, When We Talk About Digital Fabrication in Education? paper


Mathias Wunderlich. 3D printed geographical surfaces paper

Daniel Spikol, Eva-Sophie Katterfeldt, David Cuartielles, Nils Ehrenberg, Mutlu Cukurova and Sokratis Karkalas. Talkoo: Introducing a rapid way to do physical computing at school paper

Nadine Dittert, Eva-Sophie Katterfeldt and Antje Moebus. The EduFab Construction Kit paper

Caroline Finnigan. Spinning Decorative and Conductive Yarns