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1 https://www.ted.com/talks/ken_robinson_changing_education_paradigms Ken Robinson Author/educator sirkenrobinson.com


3 UNSERE PARTNERSCHULEN St Nicholas Catholic High School Northwitch

4 I.S.I.S. "Carlo Alberto Dalla Chiesa« Montefiascone I.I.S.S. Istituto di Istruzione Superiore

5 Publiczne Gimnazjum im. M. Kopernika Karczmiska Die Schule steht ganz genau hier!

6 San Cristóbal Mártir I Picassent

7 Die Koordinatoren Simon Spencer, GB Massimo Angeloni, Italien Josè Maria, Spanien Miriam Hernandèz, Spanien Monika Romanowska und Urszula Raczkiewicz, Polen Maria Maddalena Ponzio, Italien Christian Arèvalo Contell, Spanien Susanne Bolle, Krukow (MV) Unbekannter Tourist, EU

8 …Ferien?! Von wegen… Das erste Organisationstreffen in Spanien…

9 Lustig, lecker, lehr- reich!

10 Learning through outdoor activities based in multiple intelligences Laufzeit: 1.9.2015 – 30.8.2017 FESTLEGUNGEN: Schüler im Alter von 14 bis 16 Jahren (möglichst viele), Kontrollgruppe von 30 Schülern Schüler, Lehrer, Schulgemeinschaft, Eltern, Öffentlichkeit nachweisbar einbinden Darstellung: Pinnwand, eva-homepage, e-Twinning (Flyer), gmail-Konto und Projekt-Webseite

11 Multiple Intelligenzen, Modell nach Howard Gardner

12 Projekt vereint drei unterschiedliche Komponenten: A Projektaktivitäten vor Ort, an den Partnerschulen (gleicher Zeitraum, gleiches Thema, individuelle Umsetzung ) BKoordinatorentreffen je 2 Kollegen M1 – Spanien, November 2015 M3 – UK, 7/8. Juni 2016 M4 – Polen, Juni 2017 M5 – Italien, ? (Januar 2017) CMobilitäten Schüler aller Partnerschulen und je 2 Lehrer Italien und Polen mind. 5 S., UK und Germany mind. 8 S., Spanien mind. 6 S. ein gemeinsames Projektthema für 5 gemeinsame volle Tage C3 – Neubrandenburg, 25.5. – 31.5. 2016; Thema: Solidarity Event C2 – Piccasent, Spain, Oktober 2016, Thema: My Universe C1 – Northwich, UK, Mai 2017, Thema: As a Weatherman


14 A - Projektaktivitäten vor Ort : 1. Jahr SepOktNovDezJanFebMärAprMaiJunJul Aktivität A 4586 In the journalist`s footstepsMy school is cool - lipdub Solidarity event Camping experience Students will carry out survey in their schools and cities about our project topic. It will give us a general idea what students, teachers, local people know and think of multiple intelligences, outdoor education and their roles in life. We’ll carry out two kinds of surveys: in paper, speaking with people and an online survey, throughout an online survey. They’ll analise results and discuss them in workshops and Skype videoconferences. Conclusions will be showed as multimedia presentations with graphs and videos. Students learn about lipdubs, watch videos, and find out about key elements in making it. Then they’ll prepare a lipdub at their schools. All the lipdubs will be collected on DVDs. https://www.youtu be.com/watch?v= M7R3aCBK6nc Students will take part in organising a solidary event at their schools - they can cook cakes for selling, organize sport events and sale tickets. They will collect money for a desired goal. Students will design leaflets, posters, radio campaings to promote the activity. Students will spend 2-3 days camping. They will be hiking, collecting materials, building models and drawing geographics maps. There will also do a geocaching activity where they’ll develop spacial orientation and math skills by using GPS mobile devices. Students will be taking photos, taking notes and on the base of the observations, they will create the camping diary. Nach jeder Aktivität erfolgt eine Evaluation im Sinne des Projektthemas.

15 AugSepOktNovDezJanFebMärAprMaiJunJulAug Aktivität 79131211 My universeMy historyModel makingGraffity wallLet`s move. ERASMUS + flashmob Students will inteview an astronomer and visit a science centre where they will do direct observations. Previously, they will have searched for information on Internet about Astronomy and prepare the interview. After the visit, they will use different materials to design a model of universe: mockups and drawings. They will use IT resources as tablets, smartphones to solve astronomy questions and problems. Students compare their findings with the other partners and finally they’ll create a Universe online book. Students will find out about their local history, by asking people in the families and old members of community. They'll record the interviews, their stories and create a historical log of past events linked to their city. Finally they have to tell the story to the class - using drama. Students will analyze their enviroment (countryside, forest, etc) based on model making. They’ll visit different habitats, take pictures, notes and collect natural materials. After thar, they’ll build models. Moreover, they’ll also model means of transport, and use it to study movement, friction, etc. This activity can be related to physics, biology, ecological, etc. It can be shown to the educational comunity on an exhibition. In the school area, students will draw a graffiti wall. Periodically, teachers will suggest topics, and students will draw about it. Students can draw or write down their feelings or everything they want to show or talk about. Teachers can monitor the wall and discuss with children about it. They’ll take pictures and notes about this work and can share with other partner schools. Our aim is to compare the point of view of teenegers in different Europe locations. Students will search on Internet to find out about flashmob (structure, aim, music). Then they learn to dance. Then, after working with the school administrative team to come up with a time and date, students can perform the flash mob. The aim is to get as many participating students as possible. The event and the making-off will be filmed and shared. 2.Jahr

16 C Mobilitäten Auswahlkriterien für die teilnehmenden Schüler (gleiche Kriterien an allen Projektschulen) Alter: 14-16 Jahre Mindestanforderung an englische Sprache Grad der Teilnahme an den Aktivitäten (Kontrollkommission) Keine Disziplinprobleme an der Schule selbst Gastgeber lokale Bedürfnisse (legt jede Schule selbst fest) Erklärtes Ziel aller Partnerschulen: vielen Schülern die Teilnahme ermöglichen

17 It`s your turn Pflicht: Sofort: MI-Test mit jedem Schüler 7-10. Jahrgang unbedingt mit Name und Test-Code! LINK: http://www.bgfl.org/bgfl/custom/resources_ftp/client_ftp/ks3/ict/multiple_int/index.htm http://www.bgfl.org/bgfl/custom/resources_ftp/client_ftp/ks3/ict/multiple_int/index.htm Unterstützung der Projektaktivitäten mit Kreativität und Engagement Vorplanungen für kommende Aktivitäten Verankerung in schulinternen Lehrplänen E-Twinning Kontakte mit Parallelklassen der Partnerschulen Kür: …

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