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    Linq 2013 session_green_2_b.e.s.t. Linq 2013 session_green_2_b.e.s.t. Presentation Transcript

    • Jean Monnet ProgrammeKey Activity 1 “Learning EU at School”Bringing Europe to School Teachers (Β.Ε.S.T)Academic Coordinator: Dr. Foteini AsderakiLecturer, Department of International and European Studies
    • University of Piraeus,Greece
    • The aims of the project to “Bring Europe to School Teachers” bytraining and educating teachers of primaryschools on EU issues using ICTs (web 2.0,social media, EDUglogster, wikis, blogs,animoto, storybird etc)
    • to familiarize teachers with the existing EUteaching material and encourage them tocontribute to the wider spread of it
    • to develop new teachingmaterial such as an e-book andan e-game
    • to “Bring Europe to Schools”through teachers who will act asknowledge multipliers towardsprimary school 12 years oldchildren and their families.
    • The specific objectives of theproject, are:a) to stimulate teaching and reflection activities of theprimary school level teachers and children in the field ofEuropean integration studies;b) to create a human network of teachers in promoting EUmaterial in their schools;c) to enhance knowledge and awareness among teachersin primary education and among European citizens;d) to develop new didactic and pedagogical material andtools for the ages of 9-12 years old;e) to motivate teachers to develop innovative,inderdisciplinary and pedagogical methods for teachingEU issues at schools;e) to promote teachers’ and in consequence childrens’creativity for organising EU activities.
    • Selection criteria Professional experience Academic qualifications / training ICT and foreign language skills Interest on EU issues Geographical dispersion Teachers, languages’ teachers, musicians,trainers, post-graduate and doctoralstudents
    • Two training seminars12-13 January 2013 EU structure and functioning European Educational and ICT Policies Diversity, fundamental rights and childrens rights Teaching Europe through Art Greek participation in EU Familiarization with web 2.0 and social mediaapplications (e.g EDUglogster, wikis, blogs, animoto,storybird etc) EU teaching material (teachers’ and kid’s corner) EU games and European institutions’ simulationexercises
    • 16-17 March 2013 Cyclades Museum: Teaching EU throughmuseum education Talking with MEPs: “The Future of Europe” Erasmus in Schools, e-twinning,Asynchronous learning platforms EU activities’ presentations by teachers Consultation and proposals for theimprovement of the e-book and the e-game
    • An e-book has been produced
    • ..and an e-game
    • http://www.bestunipi.eu/https://www.facebook.com/bestunipi
    • https://vimeo.com/65641539https://vimeo.com/65641539
    • Thank you for your attention!asderaki@unipi.grfasderaki@gmail.com