In June 2015 four European schools -the ones that take part on this eTwinning Project- started an Erasmus+ (KA219) Project titled IT@school. Through that project, the institutions pretend to cooperate in the development and implementation of innovative practices in order to increase basic skills (digital and language skills) between their students ...
During the fourth mobility (Gijón, May 2017), students were explained how to use Genial.ly in order to create interactive images.
These are the products they have created:
Jitzke (Belgium) and Lucía (Spain)
Álvaro (Spain) and Lili (Hungary)
Dorka (Hungary) and Juno (Netherlands)
Antonio (Spain) and Lily (Hungary)
Elisa (Spain) and Yanne (Belgium)
Zsiad (Netherlands) and Zsombor (Hungary)
These are their opinions related to the app:
During their English lessons, Spanish students have worked with this app to create some projects on different issues connected with Information technologies and Internet safety. Here you can see an example:
Students have also reflected on CREATIVE TEACHING AND LEARNING and designed this to show the main ideas they shared within the group.
Last editor: Francisco Prendes Veiga