Cristina, Claudine and Lucyna
Cristina Chiorescu, (Romania); Claudine Coatanéa, (France); Lucyna Nocoń-Kobiór (Poland) took great delight in presenting their winning project ‘Reporting without borders’
This project engaged the pupils in the collaborative writing of a European magazine making them aware of the fact that such project is a preparation for today modern blended-learning studies they are to start when they leave school – especially final year pupils.
For Cristina this project was essentially an after school activitiy while both Claudine and Lucyna integrated their work into their language classes. You can listen to what happened at workshop by clicking the workshop_recording.
Their Power Point Presentation may be viewed here:
The new adventures of the Twinnies around the world,a project invloving 7 – 9 year olds, this project was presented by the whole team. The children in this project travelled across Europe, visiting the Eiffel tower, taking tea with the Queen in Buckingham Palace and visiting museums in all the countries of the project, Italy, Poland, England UK, France and Sweden. Marina spoke about the enthusiasm and excitement of the children when they finally saw all their work publish in a book. Renata told us about the importance of the relationship between the teachers that has resulted in a very strong partnership.
The second project presented was Act in Art involving kindergarten children from France, Greece, Portugal, Latvia and Austria. They painted pictures in the style of various famous artists and collaboratively created works of art. They created a virtual museum of all their pupils’ work as well as using other interesting tools all of which you can find here