Today we have said goodbye to a fantastic and unforgettable week of training at the Polish partner school, where we have received a warm farewell. Watch our video:
In this video you can see a summary of our third day at the Polish partner school.
In this video🎞 you can see a summary of our second day at the Polish partner school. ▶️
In this video you can see a summary of our first day at the Polish partner school.
Some teachers of the Slovenian school had the wish to learn more about kahoot! and Genially, so the participating teachers in the project organised for them a special course.
Within the Erasmus + project, we invited our students from the 5th to the 9th grade to the workshop, where they will get to know the Genially application. The Genially application is one of the ten applications we learned about in November in Spain. This application is very suitable for preparing various presentations and is somewhat similar… Continue reading Slovenia: Educational workshop for students – Application Genially
A song for our Project has been created. It reflects the main actions that we are carrying out in the partner schools to develop innovative methodologies and enhance the motivation of our students. These are the lyrics of the song: Innovation=motivation song I used to be a student with no interest in all those boring… Continue reading The song of our project
During the first training meeting among participating teachers last November, one of the subjects of study among the partners of the project, was the Spanish educational system. In the file below you can find a presentation about it. https://docs.google.com/file/d/1jZUU6bzEt6mSR5_Q1bWAmno-CIRIkIIl/edit?usp=docslist_api&filetype=mspresentation
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