Climate-Change-Project<br />Ísland – Eistland – Danmörk<br />Coop i E-twinning<br />
The Climate Change Project<br />Agenda<br /><ul><li>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</li></li></ul><li>Climate – optional subject<br />In the year 2009/2010 we had an optional subject at our school...
Learning perspectivsClimate-Change-Project<br />
Nordplus<br />We applied for a mobility grand through Nordplus and got tree x mobility – 3 x 30 students<br />Denmark -> I...
”Think Global – act Local”<br />
”Think Global – act Local”<br />
”Think Global – act Local”<br />COP15<br />
”Think Global – act Local”<br />
”Think Global – act Local”<br />
”Think Global – act Local”<br />
Grunnskóli Vestmannaeyja: Climate-change-project / Eva S. Káradóttir<br />Heimasíðan<br />
Empowering students in collaboration <br />I have asked 41 students from Estonia, Iceland and Denmark what they think is m...
Students from Iceland, Estonia and Denmark<br />
Activity rate when collaborating international..<br />Number of students<br />16 students = 40 %<br />12 students = 30 %<b...
How does the following things make the teaching / learning at school interesting and thereby makes you interested and acti...
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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.
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  • The Climate Change Project presentation in Helsinki

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

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