During the last day of our international meeting in Barcience, Spain, participating teachers have attended an applied robotics class. Then we have finished the training on the use of the Socrative App, presenting the projects created by the teachers of the partner schools. Later we have held a coordination meeting to prepare future activities and… Continue reading Last day of the short-term staff training event in Barcience, 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
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.
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
Today we have started our third training meeting among teachers participating in our project, the fifth of them including student mobility.After visiting the facilities of the Spanish school, we have attended the inauguration ceremony where the students of the Spanish school have made several performances.Afterwards, we have attended a class to learn by observation how… Continue reading First day of the short-term joint staff training event in Barcience, Spain
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!
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
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
Following the mobility to Slovenia and the new practical training we obtained there, on Tuesday 15th of October Polish teachers had a workshop on how to use Scratch for educational purposes. The IT teacher and vice-headmaster Agnieszka Lewicka explained how the programme can be used to create our own material and games to practise maths,… Continue reading Polish teachers had a workshop on how to use Scratch for educational purposes