Student<br /><ul><li>finds a means of expressing / use technology / write text / share and reflect / etc. remix existing songs and produce a new one</li></li></ul><li>Teacher<br />start log book<br /><ul><li>for each student?
general impression? look at the tools they use, their interests, and take notes how to link this with the rest of the program skilled trainers can do this</li></ul>inform students <br /><ul><li>Facebook page?
Negative feedback: if this happens, what should be the role of the teacher</li></ul>profile himself/herself through some creative expression <br /><ul><li>share outcomes of personal project
maybe on FB maybe not </li></ul>moderate / listening and participating / member of the team / no criticisms <br /><ul><li>not a chief
create collaborative atmosphere encourage / help them if needed (not too much interruption) elicit feedback / discuss about the process </li></li></ul><li>Partner<br />Ice-breaking: visit teachers at the beginning? <br />Observe / Monitor FB page Structure the feedback / log book <br />Teacher support Meet the teachers min. 1-2 per week<br />
Tools<br /><ul><li>FB: problem? > not really: people may start with a nickname, and do it online
not required, but we might need some persuasion
any creative tool (Glogster, Media tool,...)</li></ul>Facebook group only for teachers and partners<br />Additional group for International Project that includes students<br />
Ice Breaking activity<br />let them know each other offline first<br />surprise the students<br />a whole morning about "football and music" (Kiriakos)<br />biography (Till) > this is the current procedure<br /> Till: students respond great, because they can bring in their own personality<br />a rap song (Till) >> that has been done at BFI (works great)<br />
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