International projects Veliki Bukovec Primary School


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International projects Veliki Bukovec Primary School

  1. 1. International projectsTerezija Šalamon, School Principal Stela Pavetid, English teacher OŠ Veliki Bukovec
  2. 2. 1993.Years of dedication to developing ICT literacy skills
  3. 3. Encouraging and promoting various forms of 1995.teaching, competitions and projects
  4. 4. 1995.
  5. 5. 1995.
  6. 6. 1998.
  7. 7. 1999.Our firstinternationalproject – a bitexotic for ourregion
  8. 8. 2000.
  9. 9. 2000.Enthousiastic teachers and pupils influence otherswith constant support by the school Principal
  10. 10. 2003.Login@EuropeFirst prizes!
  11. 11. HNOS 2005.Croatian nationaleducational Standard– we are always readyfor new forms ofteaching and learning
  12. 12. 2006.
  13. 13. 2007.Connection with the local communityICT workshops andcourses for parents andmembers of the localcommunity
  14. 14. CARNet e-learning 2008. pilot project "Logo - online school of programming"Virtual school with 11-year-olds
  15. 15. 2008.Traditional winter school of programming
  16. 16. 2009. Professionaldevelopment via webinars
  17. 17. 2009.
  18. 18. 2010.
  19. 19. 2010. Lifelonglearning week - Traditionalworkshops and seminars for teachers and parents aboutvarious types of learning and educational technologies
  20. 20. 2010.eTwinning projects
  21. 21. Safer Internet for kids 2011.- National campaign which started inour school- involved all pupils and their parents
  22. 22. 2011.Safer Internet Day – our pupils presented their activities in Zagreb – Zrinjevac park
  23. 23. Awarded pupils in the project 2011.“Safer Internet for Kids"
  24. 24. 2011.Guests in Educational programme at National TV
  25. 25. • Live@edu service enabled the teachers at our school to communicate and collaborate more easily online; it facilitated inviting teachers to the teachers meetings and in addition to that, we use digital documents (ordinances, plans, curriculum)• Live@edu enables flexible creation of user accounts and groups, which is suitable for the dynamics of the school environment• Opportunity for the teachers to enjoy the advantages and possibilities of e-mail and collaboration (organising meetings, exchanging documents, joint projects)• Implementation into the teaching process – teaching children about various forms of online communication and collaboration, organising teams, work on projects and creating and publishing digital portfolios
  26. 26. International projects
  27. 27. Twinny’s adventuresLanguage and Geography project- a cartoon caracter who travels via e-mail and visits schools all around Europe– writes a blog about what he has seenand experienced- joint blog and video-conferences-80 partner schools-Most distantpartner school - La Reunion Island
  28. 28. Play @nd learnICT educational project- designing interactive educationalcomputer games on various topicsfor different age groups- topics: Christmas, Maths, Englishlanguage, Internet Safety- 8 partner schools- children from 5 to 15years of age
  29. 29. Architecture in my cityMath project – with a focus on communicationand collaboration- learn Maths in English- solving various mathematical problems(measuring, areas, volume, sketches)- online chatting and video conferences coveringvarious topics- partner school: Lycée et Collège Sainte-Anne, )BREST, Francuska)- awarded with European Quality Label
  30. 30. Chat with little French students“Architecture in my city"
  31. 31. Video conference with French school St Annefrom Brest aboutthe topic of social network safety
  32. 32. Global Childrens challenge• engages children at a classroom level to record their activity level, keep them healthy and take part in a virtual walk around the world learning about health, nutrition, exercise and the places they visit over the 50 days of the event.• The virtual journey around the world has a factual discovery focus, allowing kids to learn about other countries, towns, cities, and the day-to-day lives of similar aged children from different cultures all around the world.• During 25 dana we travelled from Australia to Norway and we made over 7 million steps
  33. 33. Short summary or what is important 1/2• We are open for new ideas and different, even exotic types of education• Support of the school Principal – financial, technical and moral faith in capabilities of the teachers and the pupils of our school• Enthousiastic teachers who bring projects to our school• Positive and a bit “contagious” atmosphere of collaboration in school
  34. 34. Short summary or what is important 2/2• Presentation of activities outside school – to the parents, local community, media• Keeping the connection between the traditional school environment and local community with modern possibilities of international collaboration• Availability of ICT to both pupils and teachers
  35. 35. Contacts•••