Timing: from January to June
Pupils brainstorm on the questions: What extracurricular activities does you school provide for? Do they promote integration and/or inclusion?
Pupils make concept maps or mind maps or infographics or slideshows or any other visual presentations about the extra-curricular activities done at their school.
Students upload their products into the Twinspace by mid-April
Students taking part in the mobility in Germany make a video where they explain how in their opinion extracurricular activities could help for integration or inclusion and whether they have experienced this by themselves.
Students upload their videos into the Twinspace by mid-April
Students taking part in the German mobility can interact in the dedicated forum
Control group pupils meet in Germany (Coburg), 5-11 May 2019
Students a) analyse new teaching/learning practices related to extra-curricular activities b) test their weaknesses and strengths, c) evaluate the new mats
Coburg week programme:
For School site Final Student programme 19.pdf
Back home, control group pupils test some of the new teaching/learning practices related to extra-curricular activities with target group pupils
Driving question or challenge: "What makes an extra-currucular activity really inclusive?"
21st competences to be developed and assessed: critical thinking, creativity
Suggested tools and products: mindmaps, prezi, ppt, videos, slideshows
Pupils arrange a video conference to compare their findings with one of the partners' team (If the schools policies and timetables allow that). Suggested platforms: skype, eTwinning live