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 second mobility (The Hague, October 2016), students were shown how to use Storybird. Then, working in international pairs, they wrote a story related to their Erasmus+ experience.
These are the products they created (related to the mobility and working in international groups):
- Adrián and Ruby: https://storybird.com/books/storybird-with-adrian-and-ruby/
- Alaissa and Lars: https://storybird.com/books/4g34ybaphe/
- Celtia and Yoëlle: https://storybird.com/books/experience-of-yoeltia/
- Gijs, Marton and Neal: https://storybird.com/books/story-by-neal-belgium-m-k-hungary-gijs-holland/
- Juno and Kriszta: https://storybird.com/books/erasmus-project-it-school-the-hague-2016/
- Leentje and María: https://storybird.com/books/itschool-erasmus/
- Robbe: https://storybird.com/books/scheveningen-in-the-hague/
This is their opinion about the experience:
And this is the tutorial created by the Spanish students:
Students who has travelled to Holland explained to their classmates back in Spain this app to write stories. Here you have some examples.
Students envolved in special needs groups have worked with story bird. Their stories are writen in spanish and some in asturian language.
Last editor: Francisco Prendes Veiga