LINK to the website
On the first day, 21st May all partners presented their educational products on the Leonardo the Anatomist topic, designed both in their schools and collaboratively in mixed international groups, by using various ITC applications.
In the afternoon, two Art and Math activities were performed, Glitter Canvas and The Golden Proportion, in mixed international groups.
On the 22nd of May, all participants went on a documentary visit to Bran Castle where the pupils had the possibility to use augmented reality (AR) which proved to grant students extra digital information about the subject, and make complex information easier to understand.
The visit of the Brașov central square and the Black Church offered the participants the opportunity to get in touch with Cultural heritage of Romania traditions and values.
On the 23rd of May the participants were involved in some other interactive activities on topic of Leonardo the Anatomist: posters about Leonardo̍ s sketches and studies on human bodies, Advanced Electronic Learning activity on Leonardo̍ s scientific work on exploring the nature and its phenomena, Human Body Skeleton and Eco Cars.
On the 24th of May the participants worked on an outstanding Art lesson - the participants were split in groups of four and worked on producing human body bas-relief using molds to get gypsum casts.
The main aim was to share expertise in teamwork while achieving a common product on human body with focus on muscles.
In the afternoon, the participants in the mobility paid a documentary visit to the most representative local institutions: The Town Hall, the Archbishop of Buzău and Vrancea and The History Museum.
On the 25th of May, all the participants went to discover the unique phenomenon of Muddy volcanoes from Pîclele Mari, Buzău county.
The natural phenomenon was a starting point for the three STEAM activities which followed at Cob Village, an environmental-friendly place where the mobility came to its end.
The first STEAM activity aim was to discover the scientific phenomenon of eruption using every day materials. The participants had to think about the way in which they could recreate the natural eruption using their scientific knowledge and working in teams.
The second STEAM activity aim was to enlarge the intercultural competences of the participants while producing paintings on pieces of wood whose topics were the icons of the guests’ countries – Belgium, Italy, Poland and Spain.
The third STEAM activity was a drama shadow whose topic was a script created by involving key words connected to the Romanian mobility: STEAM, Bran Castle, Black Church, teamwork, Leonardo̍ s heritage.
LINK to the ebook of all the posters made in teamwork during the C3 mobility in Romania
REPORT MOBILITY C3.docx
SP_REPORT of the Mobility with students
SP_presentation of our ACTIVITIES about Leonardo the Visionary