ABOUT THE PROJECT
This project is designed around the school curriculum in a project-based learning approach.
By one hand, we want students to know better their local environment, and culture; to learn about other people and cultures; to share information in a foreign language (English).
On the other hand, we want students to improve their creative learning and the use of ICT tools in a new way.
We will focus on important building in history to work on STEM subjects . Connecting schools subjects and creating for learning: integrated curriculum.
Learning about environments, cultures, history, …
Motivating students to learn and, therefore, improving linguistic, mathematical and basic competences in science;
Support and encourage creative learning experience
Gathering knowledge about the culture of partner countries and reflecting on the differences and similarities in different cultures;
Promoting the idea of tolerance and acceptance of people of different nationalities;
Improving digital competences by using ICT tool;
Practice responsibility and autonomy.
Let’s know each others
Warm-up activities: letters, games, live events.
Create transnational groups and assign coordinators
Prepare an eTwinning corner in each school.
My Town, your town.
Christmas postcards or new Year proposals.
Transnational groups prepare shared video, maps, e-book in English and mother tongue.
Logo, flag, anthem
Live event to share information by all groups work.
Building a new town
Each school choose a typical building. Transnational groups build a little model of the monuments for each town or city. They can use recycled materials or others (3D printing).
Create a new town with all the building working in this project.
Live event to share all products
Shared project’s site
Display our town
Teachers plan weekly activities.
Methodology: cooperative learning, Project Based learning.
Building a new interactive town with buildings of each transnational group.
Website, e-book, blogs
Share knowledge and experiment new methodologies.