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

Polish and Slovenian students working together in the distance

Polish students complete the questionnaire prepared by slovenian students In November Polish students of the 7th grade during their English lesson with their teacher Anna Gołyga filled in the questionnaire prepared by the Slovenian students Katja Bertalanič and Lina Rantaša from our partner school in Sveti Jurij. The questionnaire is about the organisation of the… Continue reading Polish and Slovenian students working together in the distance

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

An Italian newspaper echoes the mobility made to Slovenia last September

You can check the complete news in the following link and read the transcript below: http://www.tusciaweb.eu/2019/11/gli-studenti-del-molinaro-protagonisti-della-mobilita-transnazionale-slovenia/ The Molinaro students are protagonists of a"Transnational mobility" in Slovenia Montefiascone - The aim of the project is to introduce children to the creation of educational appsFrom the 23rd to the 27th of September, in the town of Rogašovci… Continue reading An Italian newspaper echoes the mobility made to Slovenia last September

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

Fourth day of the short-term exchange of pupils in Sveti Jurij, Slovenia

Today our students have participated in several workshops on Robotics, coding, music with Apps, Word and the App Active Presenter, formed by mixed groups with the students of the five countries.  Then we have visited the Vulkanija Adventure Park, which presents the forces within the Earth’s core and Castle Grad, located in the Natural Park Groričko.

Second day of the short-term exchange of pupils in Rogašovci, Slovenia

During our second day in Slovenia we visited the town hall of Rogašovci and met its mayor. Spanish and Greek students have created videos with the Inshot App to publicize their schools and their villages. They have also developed several activities with various educational Apps that they themselves have created and have taught the rest… Continue reading Second day of the short-term exchange of pupils in Rogašovci, Slovenia

Creating an inphographic for Educational purposes

An infographic is a collection of imagery, charts, and minimal text that gives an easy-to-understand overview of a topic. During our second training meeting, which took place in Olysztyn, Poland our slovenian partners presented  how to create infographics with two different tools, Designbold and Genially. After the presentation (link below) all the teachers created their… Continue reading Creating an inphographic for Educational purposes

Extending the training on the use of Apps in the Slovenian school to new teachers

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.