The students participating in the project have created these infographics about the kingdom of plants. They explain everything we should know about them: parts, shape of the leaves, reproduction, uses and a lot of other things.
The students of the Greek school stay at home, but they send their wishes and their messages through these drawings to all the students of our Erasmus+ Project "Innovation=Motivation".
Este año, aunque desde casa, celebramos el día del libro de una forma especial. Aquí tienes 3 fábulas contadas por todos los profes del cole y algunos personajes animados. Esperamos que os gusten. Envía a tu tutor/a un dibujo ✍️ o un resumen de la que más te guste y lo incluiremos en el montaje… Continue reading 🐢 Día 🦅 del 🐑 libro 🐀 2020 🐁
QR codes are a very interesting alternative to traditional exercises. The task is hidden inside the code. Students, working in pairs or groups, have to find all the codes, decypher them and do the exercises. This is a very engaging activity for the learners of English, but can be also used in other school subjects.… Continue reading QR Codes in the English lessons
Following the mobility in Spain, and before the coronavirus outbreak, the Greek teachers that participated, gave an insightful briefing to the rest of the staff of the Greek school about the workshops on Scratch and coding they attended there. They also discussed and informed them about the calendar activities to be followed and the wonderful hospitality they… Continue reading The Greek teachers participating in the last mobility in Spain shared their learning and experiences
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 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
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
As part of our Erasmus + project, Slovenian students learned about the Quizlet App, which is suitable for learning foreign languages. Older students who already know the application have prepared tutorials for younger students (vocabulary learning). So they took on the role of the teacher they prepared a German lesson, in which through the application… Continue reading Students participating in the project apply teach to use Quizlet to the youngest students in Slovenia
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.