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PPT presentationedumedia
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  • 1. COMENIUS PROJECT 2012-14 “EDUMEDIA – HOW CAN IT BE EFFICIENT IN EUROPEAN SCHOOLS?”
  • 2. PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS 1. Institut Jaume Callís (Vic, Catalonia, Spain) The school is here
  • 3. 2. IT-Gymnasiet, Göteborg , (Sweden) The school is here
  • 4. 3. Pobalscoil Iosolde Secondary School, Dublin (Ireland) The school is here
  • 5. 4. Liceo Scientifico Statale Amedeo Avogadro, Biella, Piemonte (Italy) The school is here
  • 6. 5. John Brinckman Gymnasium, Güstrow (Germany) The school is here
  • 7. OBJECTIVES • To design and use an intervention programme which will directly benefit the participants • To gain an understanding and awareness of the culture and values of their partners. • To raise awareness of its impact on their lives and educational experience, particularly in relation to literacy and mathematics. • To encourage motivation among students by involving them more actively in their own learning.
  • 8. OBJECTIVES • To build on their interest in IT/ICT to develop learning strategies which could increase their motivation, their literacy levels and their interest in maths and science. • To encourage them to suggest and use alternative learning approaches which would make subject content more relevant to them. • To build up a bank of resources which can be more widely used to benefit other students
  • 9. ACTIVITIES • YEAR 1 (2012-13): - Work on language and literature. – Online collaborative work in Twinspace – Surveys on reading habits – Work on “A Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley. – “Phrase Book” in the languages of the project. YEAR 2 (2013-14): - Work online - Maths, science and technology
  • 10. EXPECTED RESULTS • To make students more aware of their own responsibility in the learning process. • To make them increase their literacy as well as mathematical and scientific levels. • To make them more active in using, and also find out about, and even invent themselves, different products within the ICT/Edumedia field in their own studies. • To document this and let the schools benefit from their results and products in this project. * To let this be a part of a bigger European intercultural context, together also with schools in Ireland, Germany and Spain.
  • 11. VISITS 2012-13 • Coordinators’ Meeting: 13-17 October 2012,Göteborg (Sweden). • 16-20 December 2012: Güstrow (Germany). • 9-13 April 2013: Dublin (Ireland). • 4-9 June 2013: Biella (Italy).
  • 12. VISITS 2013-14 • Coordinators’ Meeting: 6-10 September 2013,Vic (Catalonia, Spain). • December 2013: Güstrow (Germany). • March 2014: Dublin (Ireland). • June 2014: Gotteborg (Sweden).
  • 13. WEBSITE Follow us on: http://comeniusedumedia.weebly.com/

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