“In Darwin’s Steps” is an environmental Science project, which focuses on the classification, adaptation and evolution of living creatures. Making the most out of the CLIL methodology, the project aimed at helping students understand the above issues in a funny, interactive, easy-to-learn way and making them producers of their own learning. As a re...

ICT tools

For "In Darwin's Steps", plenty of web 2.0 tools as well as software were used.

The end products (drawings, videos, eBooks, slideshows to name but a few)  

have been embedded

in the Pages and/or the Project Journal posts.



smilebox slideshow for slideshows about school & Peer-teaching

Picasa for collages of plants and video about expert’s visit

befunky for dissemination collages

Magisto for video clips about Live Meetings

Pizap to edit drawings (“Classification” Activities)

Issuu to create eBooks (“Classification” Activities)

TitanPad to share notes on Darwin's Life & Theory

padlet  to share resources, conclusions and drawings (Sharing knowledge” Activity, “Live Meeting 3” Results)

Zeemap to depict Darwin’s voyage collaboratively

Kahoot to create online game

Socrative to create online game

Piktochart to create the project poster

glitterfy  to present types of Communication

YouTube to upload and share project videos

Google spreadsheet to arrange transnational groups for  for Live Meeting

Google forms to evaluate project

Google docs to share Teacher’s Notes and Worksheets

Windows Live Movie Maker for videos about school

PowerPoint to create presentations of plants and animals (“Classification” Activities)

Paint to edit images (“Classification” Activities)







Author: Natalia Tzitzi
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