The story of the BLaiD Project Oct. 2007 – June 2009
Our common project was  Blended Learning and Intercultural Dialogue . Most of the results of our experimenting  with vario...
The following presentation consists of a number of  screendumps  of what can be  found on the internet.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The second step  of the planning started in  Aarhus, Denmark
 
 
 
 
In April 2008  students and teachers met  and presented their achievements on the common topic  ” My town”  in  Brussels  ...
 
 
In October 2008  students and teachers met again for further presentation of achievements on the common topic  ” You and M...
 
Rob  with the Belgian student group, Who like everybody else had prepared different presentations
” You and me in Europe”  by the Dutch student group.
The Danish student group had made a small video interviewing people around their school in Aarhus – asking just one questi...
 
 
The immigrant students  at the Norwegian language school  had made a heart touching  PhotoStory  with music,  where they t...
 
 
 
At each place, we spent time on seeing  the localities of the educational institutions.  Here it is a language lab  at the...
 
 
Anja  from the Netherlands showed us how to use the free internet-community  www. ning . com And only a few days after ret...
 
 
Daiva  from Lithuania
And her photo of the happy group of  BLaiD ’ers at Tromoy in Norway
Michael  with the Irish group at Tromoy, Norway
One of the students,  Greg ’s personal page on our Ning-page
Amina ´s personal Ning-page
The Dutch group with  Anja , who introduced  www.ning.com  to us.
On  21st November 2008   every member of the BLaiD-group  were to take five photos of their day  and post them on Flickr  ...
 
 
 
Daiva   from Lithuania
 
 
On 26th November 2008 the  Dialogue Bench   was introduced in Aarhus, Denmark.
So far the Blended Learning Project has been a great inspiration and every participant has learned a lot. At the moment, w...
Thanks to EU for making the project possible. BLaiD´ers from six European countries.
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Blaid History2007 2009

  1. 1. The story of the BLaiD Project Oct. 2007 – June 2009
  2. 2. Our common project was Blended Learning and Intercultural Dialogue . Most of the results of our experimenting with various programmes, sites and medias is published on the internet on http://docweb.khk.be/KHK/BLAID/ SlideShare.net and on Flickr.com
  3. 3. The following presentation consists of a number of screendumps of what can be found on the internet.
  4. 12. The second step of the planning started in Aarhus, Denmark
  5. 17. In April 2008 students and teachers met and presented their achievements on the common topic ” My town” in Brussels and Geel in Belgium
  6. 20. In October 2008 students and teachers met again for further presentation of achievements on the common topic ” You and Me in Europe” and mutual inspiration in Arendal, Norway
  7. 22. Rob with the Belgian student group, Who like everybody else had prepared different presentations
  8. 23. ” You and me in Europe” by the Dutch student group.
  9. 24. The Danish student group had made a small video interviewing people around their school in Aarhus – asking just one question: ” When do you feel, that you are a citizen of Europe?”
  10. 27. The immigrant students at the Norwegian language school had made a heart touching PhotoStory with music, where they told about their ideas and dreams of Europe and Norway before and after their arrival.
  11. 31. At each place, we spent time on seeing the localities of the educational institutions. Here it is a language lab at the Norwegian school of adult teaching, and Joanna is demonstrating, how to produce a perfect pronunciation of the Norwegian letter Y
  12. 34. Anja from the Netherlands showed us how to use the free internet-community www. ning . com And only a few days after returning from Norway, many of us had joined the page where we shared photos and films. Please notice, how each person can personalize his or her page.
  13. 37. Daiva from Lithuania
  14. 38. And her photo of the happy group of BLaiD ’ers at Tromoy in Norway
  15. 39. Michael with the Irish group at Tromoy, Norway
  16. 40. One of the students, Greg ’s personal page on our Ning-page
  17. 41. Amina ´s personal Ning-page
  18. 42. The Dutch group with Anja , who introduced www.ning.com to us.
  19. 43. On 21st November 2008 every member of the BLaiD-group were to take five photos of their day and post them on Flickr in a Blaid day group pool.
  20. 47. Daiva from Lithuania
  21. 50. On 26th November 2008 the Dialogue Bench was introduced in Aarhus, Denmark.
  22. 51. So far the Blended Learning Project has been a great inspiration and every participant has learned a lot. At the moment, we are looking forward to the final meeting in Lithuania in June 2008. Hopefully our pages on http://docweb.khk.be/KHK/BLAID/ will be an inspiration for others.
  23. 52. Thanks to EU for making the project possible. BLaiD´ers from six European countries.

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