During the last mobility to Slovenia, teacher Martina Lebar from the host school organized a workshop on Scratch for the participating teachers. In the following link you can find the presentation created on this useful and practical tool, as well as some program examples in Scratch: https://view.genial.ly/5d88e6971280a80f49a83ea5/presentation-scratch o https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/304117218/ o https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/304116696/ o https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/291338682/ o https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/313437696/… Continue reading Tutorial on Scratch for teachers
The two teachers who participated in the last mobility of the project together with 3 students of the Spanish partner school, last September, have organized a seminar of several weeks in which they are extending the learning received about Scratch. The teachers team of Santa María la Blanca school learns how to implement coding in… Continue reading Spanish teachers extend the training received in Slovenia to the rest of their school staff
Following the mobility to Slovenia and the new practical training we obtained there, on Tuesday 15th of October Polish teachers had a workshop on how to use Scratch for educational purposes. The IT teacher and vice-headmaster Agnieszka Lewicka explained how the programme can be used to create our own material and games to practise maths,… Continue reading Polish teachers had a workshop on how to use Scratch for educational purposes
The Italian students who took part in the mobility to Slovenia shared their experience with their classmates. They showed the video they prepared and presented to the other partner schools concerning the main sights of Montefiascone and Lake Bolsena. Moreover they taught the other students of their school how to use the App Inshot to… Continue reading Italian students shared their experience in Slovenia
After mobility to Slovenia, the three participating Spanish students shared their learning with other students of their school. They have developed several workshops such as this one dedicated to the creation and editing of videos for educational purposes through the InShot App.
On the 9th of October the Polish project Erasmus+ team held a special meeting with the students of their school. First, the project coordinator Anna Gołyga, made a presentation about the project "Innovation = Motivation" - she asked students a lot of questions to raise their awareness about the project activities carried our in the… Continue reading Polish students share learning and experiences derived from mobility to Slovenia in their school
The Slovenian newspaper Vestnik published news in its traditional edition and another in its online version on mobility developed in Slovenia between September 23 and 27. Here is a transcript of the news (https://vestnik.si/clanek/aktualno/na-os-sveti-jurij-gostijo-ucence-iz-stirih-drzav-732359): The Sveti Jurij Elementary School hosts students from four countries Maja Hajdinjak, September 27, 2019 9th Graders introduced Greece. These days,… Continue reading Our Project in the Slovenian press
During the mobility held in Sveti Jurij, Slovenia, the host students presented several works done by themselves. Here we include a video and several very interesting infographics about the Slovenian social school. In addition, after mobility, the partner school created a video summary about all the fantastic activities developed there.
On the third day of our student exchange in Rogašovci, Slovenia, the Italian students participating in the mobility showed a video in which they introduced us Italy, Montefiascone and their school. Then, in addition to developing some activities with Apps, they taught us how to dance a popular Italian song.
On the third day of our student exchange in Rogašovci, Slovenia, Polish students showed a video in which they introduced us Poland, their city Olsztyn and their school. Then, in addition to developing some activities with Apps, they collaborated with the Slovenian students in the creation of the stand on Poland that was exhibited in… Continue reading Work presented by Polish students participating in mobility in Slovenia