PROJECT SCHEDULE

  • The UN Global Goals are world-changing objectives that will require cooperation among governments, international organizations and world leaders (http://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/sustainable-development-goals/).

    What can the average or students person do?  We believe that we can have an impact starting from education. Our project TransMission will lead students to work together in teams by exchanging ideas and suggestions on different challenges they will have to face up to 2030.

    We hope they will also take actions and understand how demanding their mission is to “Transform” the world. We believe that the participation of the students in sharing and giving their opinion on current global challenges can help fight the threats to stability we are currently witnessing and be prepared to stand for a better future. 

    Their collaborative e-magazine and radio channel TransMission will enable them to share their ideas and opinions.

     

    SEPTEMBER TO MID-OCTOBER: first steps of the project

    - teachers present the project to their students

    - students in the 6 countries complete the activities on PAGES 1, 2, 3

     

    MID-OCTOBER TO MID-NOVEMBER: introducing the Global Goals / teaming up

    - students examine the SDG to understand what they are about; they choose one; then they think of a topic linked to that goal - PAGE 4

    - students team up according to their preferences - PAGE 5

    Also, students keep suggesting LOGOS for the project on PAGE 3

     

    MID-NOVEMBER TO MID-DECEMBER: brainstorming and sharing the tasks / research on the topic chosen

    Students vote for their favourite project logo - PAGE 3

    Students in teams:

    - understand the objectives of their team-work and how to proceed - PAGE 6

    - find a team identity: team name, logo, motto - TEAMS' SUB-PAGES

    - work on the content of their collaborative articles - TEAMS' SUB-PAGES

     

    JANUARY : pre-publishing and publishing tasks

    Students in teams:

    - order the different parts of their articles to make it all coherent, proof-read them, illustrate them, write introductions and conclusions

    - publish their articles on Madmagz - PAGE 8

    - create and suggest magazine covers for the collective vote - PAGE 9

     

    FEBRUARY: radio scripts

    Students:

    - learn about the radio and what is specific about this media, what are the rules to follow, etc.

    - choose an angle for their radio shows and start collecting information (interviews, etc.) and writing their scripts

     

    MARCH: radio shows

    Students:

    - work on their radio scripts - TEAMS' SUB-PAGES

    - practise / voice their scripts

    - record the programmes and upload them to their teams' padlets - TEAMS' SUB-PAGES

     

    APRIL: audio editing

    Students:

    - look for copyright free jingles, suggest intros and closings for the radio channel and for their team's shows - PAGE 10

    - edit the radio shows to create the collaborative programmes

     

    MAY: project evaluation

    - Peer and self-evaluation of the teams' productions : PAGE 12 and comments on team padlets TEAMS' SUB-PAGES

    - Project evaluation : PAGE 13  for students and PAGE 15 for teachers

    - Good-byes : PAGE 14

     

    MAY 26th - 31st : mobility Spain - France (LAST PAGE)

    The French students hosted their Spanish partners for a week.

     

    JUNE: publication of the final outcome

    TRANSMISSION ONLINE: publication of the radio station and the multimedia magazine PAGE 11