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divendres, 22 de juny de 2018

Erasmus Workshop 3th ESO

   During these last days of lessons, our project students organised an Erasmus workshop to explain to 3th ESO students the robotics activities they've been implementing at school. Moreover, we also welcomed two Italian project students who were visiting La Llagosta this week. They also explained to our students their personal Erasmus experience.




Erasmus Day 2018

   On 6th June we celebrated our Erasmus day at Institut Marina where authorities from townhall, students, teachers and parents were welcomed. We organised different project intineraries where our project students explained and showed pictures and video from the different mobilities, school activities and other actions implemented in the 3 different Erasmus + projects that we have; Smile, LTSDU and Gofor.









dijous, 10 de maig de 2018

"Fira de Recerca en Directe" @ Parc Científic

   Our students visited a fair organised by Parc Científic and EduCaixa in Barcelona to show them the latest research projects that are active at the moment related to different scientific issues, driven by their interests. The aim was to scientific research among their curiosities and make them understand how this profession is. Moreover, it was a good chance for us to start new agreements of collaboration so our students will be able to start researching in their centres soon.


Last students mobility LTSDU

   From the 16th to 22nd April, our Italian partners held the last mobility within our project Erasmus + Let The Science Discover Us in San Giovanni Valdarno where 7 students and two accompanying teachers from our high school joined their activities. During these days, our students took part in several workshops related to students' projects, research topics such as anti-ageing, animals in extinction among others. They were working in groups formed by students from other partners' schools so this fostered their collaborative and communication skills, their autonomy and critical thinking while working on scientific issues that motivated them.
   Moreover, they could also get to know the Italian culture in their visit to Pitti Palace and Galileo Galilei museum in Florence, Montevarchi museum about anthropology or an interesting quest in Siena to study the hydraulic system of the town.




dimarts, 3 d’abril de 2018

Visiting primary schools in La Llagosta


   Our Erasmus + project students team have visited today their former primary schools to give some presentations about their personal Erasmus + experiences, everything they have learned so far and how much they enjoyed the trips they made. Primary students were really engaged and motivated to take part in future projects!







diumenge, 1 d’abril de 2018

Planning ahead and certificates

   During the last work sessions at INS Marina, our project coordinator has planned ahead final students tasks for the last mobility of the project in Italy. Moreover, our partners have been given an attendance certificate of this La Llagosta’s mobility. It has been a very profitable mobility to assess what we’ve been implementing so far, to get to know each other deeper as well as the problems our teenagers may have and to get ready for the last actions to be taken to finish our project LTSDU.







dissabte, 3 de març de 2018

Your Science Star Activity

   During our C3 Training Teachers Mobility, we suggested to implement a quite useful activity for our project Science teachers. After discussing what are the most demotivating and top 10 motivating strategies we may use to promote Science knowledge among our students, we encouraged our partners and science teachers to take part in a 10' lesson activity. The aim was to brainstorm in groups of 4 or 5 teachers their top 1 activity that may be useful to share with the others. In 10' their task was to discuss main aspects of this actity while filling in the gaps in this worksheet: objectives, stickibility, groupings, learning goals, and learning steps among other aspects. It was a very profitable activity for all of us to improve our teaching practice.