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Beyond music!

This project is about feelings and creativity. Are we all that different What do we feel, what do we "see" when we hear music (not a song, preferably classical music)? Do we feel the same way whether we're from Portugal, Norway, Poland, Italy, or any other country? If you love music and like drawing, painting, writing, dancing or making powerpoint presentations to express your ideas, feelings or sensations (based on a certain music), this is your project. Join us!

Nov
24
2010

Unexpected problems

Posted by: Manuela Correia

Due to unexpected problems with TwinBlog publishing we always have to post a message over the new one. (That's why I'm writing this one).

Sorry about that! I don't know why it is happening. :(

Nov
24
2010

"And now, the end is near..."

Posted by: Manuela Correia
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Today, I sent our project's application to the European Prizes. Hope everything turns out OK!

Working on this project gave me an all new perspective about teaching and developing collaborative projects. 

I had the privilege of working with exceptional partners, so creative and hardworking! The students were also very enthusiastic!

 

-I would like to thank all of you for helping make this project a "winner"!


As Ica, I'm a bit sad too because we are ending our project. But we are not finishing our partnership. We are starting a new project together! :)

 

See you soon!

Manuela

Nov
18
2010

We finished the work

Posted by: Ica Egri

 

MUSIC IS FOR EVERYONE

Sometimes music can make us relax, spin, get excited, happy or sad. While we were working on this project, we could experience these feelings. We became the participants in this significant emotional activity, so thanks Manuela for her bright idea as the project  is an idea of her.

While we were listening to music, it could bring us feelings from our childhood...

Nov
07
2010

Portuguese National Prize

Posted by: Manuela Correia
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Portugal won the eTwinning National Prize!

The great news was publish last Friday, the 6th November.

Take a look in here: http://www.erte.dgidc.min-edu.pt/index.phpsection=339