We continue to use Scratch from home #stayathome #learnfromhome

The training that the teachers participating in the project are carrying out is being useful for them to create tools that promote student learning during these days of confinement due to coronavirus. In the following link you have an example where you can see how teachers can create interactive activities by coding with Scratch. https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/378404613

Scratch workshop in Polish partner school before school closures caused by coronavirus

Scratch lets you create your own interactive stories, animations, games and music and learn English. Thanks to the use of the Scratch programming and learning English becomes great fun even for students of primary school. When children code in Scratch, they not only have fun, but also learn to look for ways to solve problems. This program is great for learning English.… Continue reading Scratch workshop in Polish partner school before school closures caused by coronavirus

Spanish partner school teachers are trained in the use of Scratch

Following the mobility held in the Spanish partner school and before the coronavirus outbreak, the teachers of the host school began to train in the use of Scratch and its didactic application in the classroom. The tutorials prepared by Guillermo Elipe are serving to extend to the entire team of teachers of the Spanish school… Continue reading Spanish partner school teachers are trained in the use of Scratch

Greek partner school students work with Scratch

Greek school students participate in project activities, which are currently related to coding through Scratch. In this last part of the project, students from all partner schools carry out joint projects in which simple educational applications related to curricular content are being designed.

The Slovenian partner school shows how their students work computer programming

On February 19, during the short-term joint staff training event held at the Spanish partner school, the Slovenian partner school made a presentation in which they show how their students work aspects related to computer programming in their classrooms. You can see the presentation in the following link: SLOVENIA_Presentation - february 2020

Coding activities in the Polish partner school

On February 18, during the short-term joint staff training event held at the Spanish partner school, the Polish partner school presented to the rest of the partners how Coding works in their school, showing useful examples for the rest of the partners. In the following video you can see the presentation:

Fourth day of the short-term joint staff training event in Toledo, Spain

The teachers participating in the training event have presented the coding projects they developed yesterday with Scratch.The Slovenian school has shown us how coding works in its school.The participants have attended a 5th grade Primary class to observe how students work there related to programming and have finished their training with Scratch.Afterwards, the Italian school… Continue reading Fourth day of the short-term joint staff training event in Toledo, Spain

🇵🇱 Third day of the 🇬🇷 short-term 🇸🇮 joint staff 👩🏻‍🏫👨🏻‍🏫 training 🇮🇹 event in Spain 🇪🇸

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.

Second day of the short-term joint staff training event in Toledo, Spain

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

Implementing Scratch in the Polish partner school

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