DIFFERENT THE STUDENTS, DIFFERENT THE EVALUATIONS

  • OŠ LITIJA, SLOVENIA

    We made this Padlet for you. We really enjoyed our project. Thank you friends. Have a nice summer.

    Ajdin, Nik, Azra, ┼Żan, Sandra and Polona

                   

    DEFTERA PRIMARY SCHOOL

    I asked the students to draw something they liked most or will remember from our project...

                     

    CEIP ABENCERRAJES GRANADA, SPAIN

    Spanish students talk, draw and colour about what they have liked of "ALL DIFFERENT, ALL THE SAME" 2018

           

                                         Assessment: the involved students in the project and their godparents read, draw and color the stories with pictograms "Susan Laughs and "Elmer" elaborated in the Ceip Abencerrajes. This activity is developed into the Accomplaying Plan at our school.

    CEIP SERRANO SCHOOL, REQUENA, SPAIN

    1st A and B (Gema and Comba)

    Teachers evaluation:

    Gema: In my opinion, this project has been very helpful and useful because my students have improved their English, their digital skills and also have developed a more respectful attitude towards other people with different disabilities, which were the main objectives to achieve. They all have learnt that everybody is different but most important, everybody is the same. On the one hand, I think the activities and materials have been very appropriate, in general, according to the level of students, their age, their interests...But, on the other hand, I think the activity of introduction using the puzzles took us longer than expected and maybe I´d rather do it shorter if I had the chance to do this project again. As proposals for improvement, I would add that I would use a digital tool to make my children vote (a very simple one) and I would use another digital tool to make the collaborative Elmer, apart from the collaborative posters. Also, I would do a videoconference. This year we couldn´t do it due to the lack of time, but it´s worth doing it, in my opinion.

    Our students were asked to draw what they liked most about the project. These are the results: