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Europe tomorrow presentation 10 10  (sweden) Europe tomorrow presentation 10 10 (sweden) Presentation Transcript

  • Age group: 17-21 years old Maria Isabel Vila Figueora (Spain) Laskarina Polemi (Greece)
  • Instituto Público 1st Senior High School Ronda Lleida, Spain of Kesariani, Greece
  • Module 1: Let’s get to know each other Module 2: Our visions of a Future Society Module 3: Utopian vs Dystopian Societies Module 4: Our European Utopia Module 5: Our city of the Future
  • Let’s get to know each other Christina (using Linoit) Tatiana Our students used the wiki forum to talk about their interests, their favourite books and movies. They also uploaded their QR codes on a Linoit canvas to introduce themselves!
  • • • • • • • • • • • Government form Justice Labour and Employment Transportation Economics Education Healthcare Integration and equality Cross cultural contact Environment
  • • Slightly more than one month was allowed for each module. • The project was a part of the Occupational Integration Course (for Spanish students) and the English Course (for Greek students). • Students worked mostly at home. When working at school, they used the teacher’s laptop or the school lab. • Teachers communicated via e-mails and wiki pms. • Recorded instructions helped save valuable time.
  • • Students benefited from the project by improving their (English) language and computer skills. • They learnt how collaboration works in practice. • They got acquainted with another culture. • They learnt about the concept of European Citizenship. • Teachers expanded their field of expertise. • They further enhanced their co-operation and co-ordination skills.
  • • Careful choice of project’s subject • Use of innovative ideas – “think out of the box” • Conducting a thorough search for identifying the widest possible array of web 2.0 tools to select from • Leave nothing to chance – diligence pays!
  • • • • • • • • • • • http:// linoit.com https://voicethread.com http://www.utell.story.com http://www.pixton.com http://goanimate.com http://storybird.com http://prezi.com http://www.screenr.com http://www.proprofs.com/polls http://padlet.com