Teacher training on coding in Slovenia

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

Slovenian students create their own infographics and use them in their lessons

The Slovenian students have learned how to create infographics in Genially. Some of the students use it to prepare presentations. Here's an infographic of two 6th grade students Isabella and Anja on the topic How we can care for our environment. They introduced the topic in class to their classmates. The infographic can be viewed… Continue reading Slovenian students create their own infographics and use them in their lessons

Older students share experiences with younger students in Slovenia

On Monday, November 11, 2019, under the mentorship of Andrea Sraka, our older students shared the knowledge they had acquired as part of the Erasmus + project with younger students. Students presented in the workshop how to create infographics in Genially and how to make video clips in Active presenter. The younger students learned a… Continue reading Older students share experiences with younger students in Slovenia

Tutorial on Scratch for teachers

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

Older students introduced the Scratch program to younger students in Slovenia

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 Project in the Slovenian press

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

Works presented by Slovenian students as hosts of mobility last September

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.  

Work presented by Polish students participating in mobility in Slovenia

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

Presentation made by Greek students participating in mobility in Slovenia

The students of the Greek school prepared two videos in which they present their country and their capital Athens. They also show Peristeri, the city they come from, and their school. During the presentation, in addition to doing some activities that they had prepared with several Apps, we had the pleasure of learning with them… Continue reading Presentation made by Greek students participating in mobility in Slovenia

Work presented by Spanish students during mobility to Slovenia

Spanish students participating in mobility to Slovenia between September 23 and 27, learned to create videos with the Inshot App, as part of the work with multimedia activities developed in the project. Here we present these two videos that they recorded to publicize the town of Barcience, its school and Toledo, the capital of the… Continue reading Work presented by Spanish students during mobility to Slovenia