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etwinning and nanoyou learning event 22-02-2011
etwinning and nanoyou learning event 22-02-2011
etwinning and nanoyou learning event 22-02-2011
etwinning and nanoyou learning event 22-02-2011
etwinning and nanoyou learning event 22-02-2011
etwinning and nanoyou learning event 22-02-2011
etwinning and nanoyou learning event 22-02-2011
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  • 1. eTwinning and Nanoyou Learning Event – First Elluminate live session Luisa Filipponi, Maïté Debry and Mar Rodriguez-Yebra   22 / 02 / 2011
  • 2. Agenda of the meeting
    • Presentation of Nanoyou project
    • Purposes of the learning event
    • About Nanotechnology and the educational approach used by Nanoyou project based on hands-on and participative activities
    • Link with Nanoyou Pilot schools and Nanoyou Schools’ Community
    • Questions and answers
  • 3. About Nanoyou (Nano for Youth) project
  • 4. v The eTwinning and Nanoyou learning event
    • Introduce teachers to Nanotechnologies and how to teach this subject in schools using Nanoyou materials for secondary school students (13 to 19 years old)
    • Introduce Nanoyou website and the big amount of resources available online
    • Provide a number of activities to use Nanoyou tools concretely. Activities can be done by teachers themselves without necessarily involve students at the stage of the training. We suggest that you do the activities later in your class.
    • Create collaboration among teachers on Nanotechnology education
    • Receive feedbacks on the project tools and the link between Nanotechnology and the national curriculum
  • 5. About Nanotechnology and the educational approach used by Nanoyou project
  • 6. º Link with Nanoyou Pilot schools and Nanoyou Schools’ Community 1st generation 2009 – 2010 2 nd generation 2010 – 2011 Austria Belgium Cyprus Denmark Germany Greece Italy Latvia Lithuania Portugal Romania UK Slovakia Spain Denmark Czech Republic Finland France Germany  Hungary Italy Portugal Romania Sweden Spain Turkey UK
  • 7. Your main references Nanoyou pilot schools approach
    • Nanoyou main website
    • http://www.nanoyou.eu
    • Nanoyou Schools Community:
    • http://nanoyou.eun.org
    • We will send you the instructions to log in the Community
    • Nanoyou schools blog
    • http://www.eun.org/nanoyou
    • Username: nanoyou_school
    • Password: nano4u
    • Important: don’t forget to write your name at the end of your post!
    • Nanoyou slideshare
    • http://www.slideshare.net
    • Username: nanoyou
    • Password: nano4u

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