Today we have continued our training by Spanish teachers with Computer programming blocks and Examples of games created with Scratch. Then we were able to develop a project: creation of interactive activities with Scratch. In the afternoon, the project partners have been able to visit Madrid.
Today, the Spanish teachers were responsible for starting the training on Scratch. The contents studied today were related to programming concepts. Objects, methods, user interval, rules and variables.After this, two of our partner schools showed us how coding is being implemented in their schools. First, it was the Greek team and then the Polish teachers.Later… Continue reading Second day of the short-term joint staff training event in Toledo, Spain
Last week the students that took part in the mobility in Slovenia trained the rest of the 6th graders of the Greek school on Scratch. A workshop that the students really enjoyed!!!
As part of the Erasmus + project, the members of the project team are striving to expand the lessons learned. Thus, our teacher Bojana Škaper Mertelj prepared a lecture for all teachers of our school on the topic of coding, which she presented at the teacher meeting on November 20, 2019. She informed us what… Continue reading Teacher training on coding in Slovenia
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
At OŠ Sveti Jurij, 5. Grade students transformed into teachers and introduced 4. Grade students the Scratch program. Students who attended the optional elective computer science course last year, learned the basics of programming. These students have passed on their knowledge to younger students this year. The students presented the design of the program, showed… Continue reading Older students introduced the Scratch program to younger students in Slovenia
Our Polish partner school presents these useful tutorials with which coding can be easily integrated in schools thanks to the Scratch Junior App. Here you have the tutorial:: ScratchJr was inspired by the popular Scratch programming language (scratch.mit.edu). Following, you have a link where you can find a guide on the interface of the App:Scratch… Continue reading How to teach coding with Scratch jr – Tutorial
In this video🎞 you can see a summary of our second day at the Polish partner school. ▶️
One of the teachers in our school, Joanna Wiśniewska, has introduced another way of teaching coding and programming to very young students. She uses a very interesting and engaging tool, which is a robot mouse Colby. It is a tool that was introduced to the teachers of the partner schools in the project „Innovation =… Continue reading Programming a robot mouse in the Polish school