Numeracy@English partners are very proud of the board game ERASMUSPOLY! Each partner had to choose 3 cities to put on the board of the game. Here are presentations of those cities:
NORTHERN IRELAND - ST.VINCENT DE PAUL
3 cities from numeracyenglish
NORTHERN IRELAND - LIGONIEL
Tuesday, 22 November 2016
Monday, 21 November 2016
One of the topic of the 4th meeting in Latvia was Travelling in numbers. Each of the partners had to present different ways of travelling to partner's school, amount of spent money, the lenght of the journey. Here are the presentations, posters or comics they made:
NORTHERN IRELAND - LIGONIEL
NORTHERN IRELAND - LIGONIEL
Wednesday, 9 November 2016
Croatian team has prepared a Prezi for their meeting in Latvia. They had to explore the ways of getting to Latvia by different means of transport and calculate the distance and the cost of their trip. Here are their findings:
Saturday, 18 June 2016
Saturday, 14 May 2016
During the Croatian meeting teachers attended the workshops about using the ICT and web tools, as well as eTwinning in classes. The final presentation in Mix with all the useful resources and links to the apps that teacher Tea mentioned is available here. Please take time to view it, answer the questions in the links, check out all the links and share it with everyone.
Friday, 13 May 2016
For the final task in their workshops in Croatian meeting, teachers had to produce lesson plans and incorporate the things they have learned in Croatia - from ICT to interesting topics. We complied a short ebook of the lesson plans for you to use. Enjoy!
Wednesday, 11 May 2016
Its a pleasure to be here with our Erasmus mates sharing great moments. In this etwinning workshop we have learnt interesting etwinning tools that we can apply in our daily day teaching practice with our students.
Numerina arrived in Croatia on Sunday after an long trip from France. He took the plane, the bus, the train and the car.
He met Strahoninec pupils and teachers on Monday.. He was so pleased and proud to be there!
We are enjoying our stay here a lot. We are impressed by good organization and your hospitality. We feel really welcome here. We are trying to learn new things from Tea so that we can use them in the future. Croatia is an amazing country with amazing people.
Joanna and Beata
These few days in Croatia have been very wonderful not only because of the warm welcome but also because of the interesting things we have already learnt.
Thanks to the Croatian team for the hard work and for making us feel at home…
We are happy to learn about technology and ICT tools, because our students already use them a lot, so it’s interesting to learn new things.
We arrived in Croatia on Sunday afternoon. After a long day’s travelling, we were delighted to get freshened up and ready to meet everyone.
We met lots of teachers from various countries throughout Europe. After a delicious meal at the Shamper restaurant, we all needed a good night’s rest.
On Monday we arrived at the local school and met with staff and pupils. We received a fabulous welcome from the principal and all the workshops were wonderful. We went sightseeing and had beautiful meals throughout our visit.
On Monday evening, we enjoyed some of the traditional dishes and drinks of alcohol and shared some of our culture with the other countries. We even had a wee ceili.
All of the participating countries brought food to share at an international dinner. We really enjoyed sampling food and drink from different countries.
Our first few days in Croatia have been warm, welcoming and enjoyable. We are looking forward to the rest of the trip.
We arrived in Cakovec on Sunday evening after a log car trip.
The landscape appeared immediatly wonderful and we passed these 3 days in perfect harmony with our partners.
the mobility was very well organized and the topic of the workshop was very interesting.
trainer Tea is great.
love from Italian team Monica Claudia and Cinzia
Wednesday, 30 March 2016
The topic of the 2nd meeting in Portugal was financial education. Each of the partners had to present what they have learned about the money in their countries and present it to the others. Here are the presentations they made:
NORTHERN IRELAND St. Vincent
NORTHERN IRELAND Ligoniel
Sunday, 27 March 2016
Thursday, 17 March 2016
Learn about the money in Croatia from the students' video presentation. They talk about the past, how the money was used and which currencies existed in Yugoslavia and later Croatia.
They even give advice on how to attract more money with a simple meditation, try it! :)
Finally remember the message that money spoils people and we must use it responsibly.
Wednesday, 16 March 2016
Polish students Jagoda Kujawa & Małgosia Wabich from class 6C sing the cover of ABBA's song "Money, Money". They used the Studio Nagran, Brodnicki Dom Kultury for recording the song.
Share your impressions in the comments!
Wednesday, 9 March 2016
During the meeting in Portugal, the Croatian, Spanish and Portuguese students made the video for the song "Price Tag" by Jessie J. They've done an amazing job! What do you think? Give us some feedback in the comments.
Wednesday, 24 February 2016
Italian pupils made interviews with parents and teachers about how they like using Euro as opposed to using Lira in the past. Here is the video they created:
Tuesday, 23 February 2016
Wednesday, 10 February 2016
Saturday, 30 January 2016
In Poland, teacher Marzena had a wonderful lesson about the history of money and the students made a poster. She wrote about it in her blog and they made a video:
In Italy, students sang the song Money, Money and they put the video on our Facebook page.
In France, students made a poster how much money do they spend weekly on certain products:
and they even created their own shopping centre in their school:
Thursday, 28 January 2016
To promote maths and literacy skills in our schools, each partner has created a "Maths and English Fun Lab" or short of “FunnyLabMathEnglish" FL@ME corner. It is a place where the current activities of the project are displayed, but also additional worksheets and materials that students can use to practice their maths and literacy skills. Here are some photos of FL@ME corners in each school and how the students are enjoying it!
|French FL@ME corner about money|
|Croatian FL@ME corner with information about France (after the French meeting)|