MONDAY, 24th May
Selfies: Students take selfies or use her/his photo and then they edit them artistically.
Genial.ly “photo” of all participants.
Padlet – Introduction of the participants
Geometry, Platonic solids and Geodesic Dome - Vocabulary List - all teams filled in their part in writing the multi-language mini dictionary connected to the mobility topic.
Collaborative Maths/Science Dictionary LINK
Activities implied filling in a mentimetre questionnaire about the participants’ expectations for the mobility activities and the participants’ presentations on the online diary
Mentimeter – expectation from the virtual
TUESDAY, 25th May
All participants were involved in a Genially Escape Room Game with information, videos, quizzes about Poland and Golub-Dobrzyń, a virtual tour of the hosting town and country. Students could found out more cultural and geographical information while exploring the places and solving the tasks of the activity. The students watched videos and did quizzes based on the videos so that they could get to know the town of Golub-Dobrzyń and the surroundings as this was the only way to visit it!
Genially Escape Room Game LINK
The participants played together a quiz about what they had just discovered about the host country and region.
Interactive game - Maze about Poland - LINK
Platonic solids and Geodesic dome - LINK
WEDNESDAY, 26th May
The practical activities of the mobility implied to build the five platonic solids and the geodesic dome. The participants followed the steps provided by host partner and they managed, step by step, to get the shapes and the dome. The practical activities of the mobility implied to build the five platonic solids and the geodesic dome. The participants followed the steps provided by host partner and they managed, step by step, to get the shapes and the dome.
They could analyse the faces, edges, and vertices of the shapes and fill in and solve the tasks of the observation sheets.
Having built the five Platonic solids, students complete the worksheet. They were asked to make a conjecture about these data. They discovered the relationship, known as Euler’s formula, V-E+F=2 , where V – represents the number of vertices, E the number of edges, and F the number of faces.
They also used GeoGebra app to visualize better the shapes in 3-D and to decompose and to watch them from different perspectives for an accurate understanding of the topic.
THURSDAY, 27th May
Leonardo Detectives was the most spectacular activity: the participants worked in international teams using the break out rooms in order to solve the mysteries of Leonardo’s intricate professional life, most of them connected to the previous activities of the project.
The activity was designed to sum up the most relevant parts of the implementation and its outcomes throughout the 3-year span of the project.
The participants revised many of the previous activities and, this way, they had the educational opportunities to boost their competencies related to STEAM.
Leonardo's Detectives Escape room - LINK
FILM from Romanian team:
Impressions and discussion about the activities