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  • Wehavebeenworkingtogetherwithourfriendsfrom Danmark and Estonia for twoyears, the first yearoneclassparticipated, 8th grade. Secondyearwedecidedtomakethis a choice-subjectto get in childrenwhowereinterestedtobe in a projectlikethisone. Wehad a carrotbecausewedecidedto meet, very importand tohavesome kind of a carrot.In ourschool, globalwarminghas not been a bigissue, thechildrenhadnone or littleawareness or knowledgeaboutglobalwarming.We began tofindout if and howglobalwarmingaffectedourlocalenviroment and foundout it didf.eks. Thatoursea is gettingwarmer and theaffectthathasonourenviroment.Wealsolearntthatwearegetting behind in awareness of globalwarmingbecausethechildren in Denmark and Estoniahadmoreknowledgethanourstudents.
  • Wehavebeenworkingtogetherwithourfriendsfrom Danmark and Estonia for twoyears, the first yearoneclassparticipated, 8th grade. Secondyearwedecidedtomakethis a choice-subjectto get in childrenwhowereinterestedtobe in a projectlikethisone. Wehad a carrotbecausewedecidedto meet, very importand tohavesome kind of a carrot.In ourschool, globalwarminghas not been a bigissue, thechildrenhadnone or littleawareness or knowledgeaboutglobalwarming.We began tofindout if and howglobalwarmingaffectedourlocalenviroment and foundout it didf.eks. Thatoursea is gettingwarmer and theaffectthathasonourenviroment.Wealsolearntthatwearegetting behind in awareness of globalwarmingbecausethechildren in Denmark and Estoniahadmoreknowledgethanourstudents.
  • Thismadethechildrenaware of globalwarming and theaffects it hasontheirownenvironment and globally, a lot of debatestarted and howtheycouldaffect it themselve. Theywheretomake a projectthatcouldshowhowtheyindividually and togethercouldreducetheuse of CO2. Theycoulduse all meansavailablef.eks., makesongs, powerpointshow, video or anythingelsetheycouldthink of. Theywentinto small groups of 2-3 in eachgroup and weteachersgroupedthe 3 countriestogetherafterinterest. Theytoldeachotherwhattheywerethinking and howtheyplannedtoproceed, thisexcangewasviaourwebpage. Thentheymadetheirprojects as seenonourwebpage.

The Climate Change Project presentation in Helsinki The Climate Change Project presentation in Helsinki Presentation Transcript

  • Climate-Change-Project
    Ísland – Eistland – Danmörk
    Coop i E-twinning
  • The Climate Change Project
    Agenda
    • Motivation for starting up the project
    • Learning perspectives
    • Nordplus – fonds
    • Activities
    • Students present the ”Climate Change Project”
    • Statistics on ”Empowering students in collaboration”
    • The Climate Change video
    • Questions
  • Climate – optional subject
    In the year 2009/2010 we had an optional subject at our school due to the ”Climate year” and COP 15 being held in Copenhagen
    The optional subject consisted of 32 students (13 years), who voluntarily wanted to focus on the climate change in an international perspective.
  • Learning perspectivsClimate-Change-Project
  • Nordplus
    We applied for a mobility grand through Nordplus and got tree x mobility – 3 x 30 students
    Denmark -> Iceland
    Iceland -> Estonia *
    Estonia -> Denmark
    The project started in 2009 and our application went through in 2010 - the project is still active
  • ”Think Global – act Local”
  • ”Think Global – act Local”
  • ”Think Global – act Local”
    COP15
  • ”Think Global – act Local”
  • ”Think Global – act Local”
  • ”Think Global – act Local”
  • Grunnskóli Vestmannaeyja: Climate-change-project / Eva S. Káradóttir
    Heimasíðan
  • Empowering students in collaboration
    I have asked 41 students from Estonia, Iceland and Denmark what they think is most important in different scenarios..
  • Students from Iceland, Estonia and Denmark
  • Activity rate when collaborating international..
    Number of students
    16 students = 40 %
    12 students = 30 %
    12 students = 30 %
  • How does the following things make the teaching / learning at school interesting and thereby makes you interested and active?
    • When you are using media like blogs, wikis, Facebook..
    • When you are collaborating with other countries
    • When you learn about a really exciting subject
    • When your work is project based
  • Activity in the different situations..
    18=45 %
    28=70 %
    33=82,5%
    23=57,5%
  • Have you worked voluntarily with the project from home?
    75,6% total
  • Through your work on an international collaboration project have you voluntarily talked (through chat)to your collaboration partners from home about other things than the collaboration subject?
  • What do you think made your project a success?
    Mean: 6,6
    Mean: 6,2
    Mean: 6,7
    Mean: 7,7
    Mean: 6,5
    Activity scale: 1=low, 10=high activity
  • Kysymykset