Etwining Onsite event
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First On-site Meeting
STC ETWINNING PROJECT
EOI A Coruña 5 February 2020
Carmen María Fernández Rodríguez
This is the question!
WHY CAN AN ETWINNING PROJECT BE INTERESTING?Lack of professional motivation?Economic interest?Others...
Need to promoteour Medal project
June 2019 message on Etwinning live. Many teachers answered the message, but the Greek teacher who had the idea of the project offered me to be the cofounder.WHY?
Personal attachment to Greece
Etwinning partners and countries
HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE PARTICIPATING?
HOW DO YOU KEEP IN TOUCH?
HOW OFTEN DO YOU CONNECT?
IF YOU WERE DOING SUCH A PROJECT, WOULD YOU PREFER NEIGHBOURING COUNTRIES AND SYLLABUS-RELATED TOPICS?
• Andreja (CR)+Helena (CR)+Elena (IT)+Sophie (FR): History• Carmen (ES)+Georgia (GR)+Ahmet (TUR)+ Evangelia (GR)+Isabel (ES): Language• Nestor (GR): Biology • Vassilios (GR): Maths• Fevronia (GR): PE
Diverse age groups (14 to over 50) and interests (teenagers, middle-aged people, retired people...).This means we have to be prepared to face...Start and possible ending: October-May
General descriptionThe main aim of this project is to get acquainted with the history of our city through the narrations from people.The project will both provide students with a clear view of all the changes that took place during the past years and will allow the participants to compare urban changes around them with those in other countries. The students will be involved in collaborative communication activities referring to the project both in national and transnational groups. All the input and data sharing will enable students to reflect on historical legacy and the present and future projection of their city.
GREAT IMPORTANCE OF TECHNOLOGY (this has advantages and disadvantages)For example...
The MAIN AIMS are: ● To work collaboratively in a team. ● To communicate with people of different age groups. ● To get to know better their city, ● To evaluate the importance of physical environment for the creation of the local history of a city.
●To explore the diversity of narrations as a form of “oral literature”● To reflect upon the value of oral local history and its preservation.● To discover the similarities and differences between the stories of various people.● To make assumptions on the cultural and social characteristics which are detected in different stories.● To expand their communicative abilities.
Expected results: ● To improve the students’ comprehensive abilities● To raise their self-awareness as European citizens● To improve creative and collaborative skills● To improve foreign language skills.● To value the physical environment and oral local history
DAFO AnalysisWeaknesses: too many partners and length of the project, more interaction between partnersThreats: exams period, holidays, illnesses, personal problems, squats, lack of motivation due to the length of the project.Strengths: quality of products, curiosity to know about other realities, learn-to-learn. Next: transnational collaborative tasks.Opportunities: good platform for future projects.
Finished Tasks: introduction, netetiquette, infographics and my school presentationHow we prepare tasks (introductory video, team and pair work)Students’ cornerTools for teachers and studentsAssessmentNoocs Etwinning CLICK
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