In this video you can see all the activities of our Erasmus+ project developed throughout this year that is about to end, including the mobilities to Greece, Poland and Slovenia. 2020 is waiting for us full of new innovative and motivating proposals!
On 5th December in Primary School No. 1 in Olsztyn Joanna Wiśniewska and Katarzyna Szostek together with their students organized workshops for preschoolers. The pre-primary came from a neighbouring kindergarten. Children had the opportunity to learn about the Scratch Junior application and could build moving robots with Lego WeDo. They also learnt about the project… Continue reading LEGO WeDo and SCRATCH Jr. in the Polish partner school
Students of the Lower Secondary School I.C. "A. Molinaro" Montefiascone created some videos using the App InShot. Some 5th graders of the Primary School I.C. "A. Molinaro" Montefiascone-Italy experimented the use of the App Genial.ly to create attractive Infographics concerning "Lake Bolsena", a beautiful lake near the town where they live...here is the link and… Continue reading Videos and infographics created by Italian students
During the computer lessons the students of the 3rd grade of Primary School No 1 in Olsztyn created their own animations in the Scratch Junior programme. In pairs students made a simple code out of the colourful blocks. This code made the funny animated figures move, make noises and disappear. The children like the games with a… Continue reading Implementing Scratch in the Polish partner school
Students of the Primary Education degree of the University of Castilla-La Mancha went on November 7 and 28 to the Spanish partner school to learn about the Erasmus + KA2 Innovation = Motivation project. In this way they were able to learn how to implement educational innovation projects in the future.
Taking part in the mobility to Slovenia was a wonderful experience for all the participants. Teachers expanded their skills from various points of view and they were happy to share their newly acquired knowledge with the rest of the education community. THANKFULLNESS to the host country and to all the school partner members. "With Erasmus… Continue reading Italian teachers expanding skills acquired during mobility to Slovenia
The last day of the training course in Prague served to share what was learned during these days. We take this opportunity to disseminate this KA2 Erasmus project that our school is developing so successfully. As a result, some colleagues from other countries consider working together on future projects. Here we leave the link of… Continue reading Dissemination of our project in Prague, Czech Republic
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
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