More and more tools and interesting Web 2.0 programs are being created and we use them in our projects. Everyone has his favourite ones, so let’s gather them in one place so more teachers and students could use them. A huge, safe and multilanguage website will arise. It will make communication, cooperation, creating and uploading way easier. We will use it in our projects, popularize it in our countries.
Second of the establishments of the project is to show and popularize interesting places in Europe. We will exchange information about interesting places that we saw during holidays. That’s for the beginning. Later we will show places to see during weekends and places to child-friendly in Europe.
The title of the project : "Travel Broadens the mind" concludes its aims. Traveling across Europe we will discover and show what's the most interesting and most beautiful in it. Gathered materials we will use to learn and exchange information about effective using Web 2.0 tools in education.
Our project is one of 15 projects rated as Highly Commended in European competition MEDEA Awards 2012.
Poland - Andrews
Posted by: Teresa Prokowska
St. Andrew's Day is the feast day of Saint Andrew. It is celebrated on 30 November. In Poland the feast day is celebrated as Andrzejki ("Andrews"), in Austria with the custom of Andreasgebet ("St. Andrew's Prayer"), and in Germany as Andreasnacht ("St. Andrew's Night").
In Poland superstitious belief exists that the night before St. Andrew's Day is specially suitable for magic that reveals a young woman's future husband or that binds a future husband to her. Many related customs exist: for example, the pouring of hot lead into water (in Poland, one usually pours hot wax from a...
Slovakia: Day of school libraries and our stories in a Multimedia´s reading book
Posted by: Ivana Čepová
We realised project teaching on the day of school libraries. Students created a tool for teaching for children from Slovakia. And what was our project´s day? Pupils first created stories and read them to classmates. Later their texts wrote in Microsoft Word on a computer. Then they draw illustrations in program Paint. Later each student recorded the audio recording of his story in program Audacity. Finally, each pupil put your new story, picture and sound records of the stories to a reading book. Our stories with the audio recordings we can find at: http://travel-broadenspartners.blogspot.com/ or
Warsaw, the capital and largest city of Poland, is located on the Vistula River. It's a major international tourist destination, as well as an important economic hub in Central and Eastern Europe.
Old Town Strolling down the streets of the Old Town and New Town allows you to rest from the hustle of central city life. Beautiful alleys, squares, and cosy cafés create an unique sense of history and an unforgetable atmosphere.
Every year, November 21 is World Hello Day. The objective of World Hello Day is to promote world peace. The theme of this day is "Greet ten people for peace". It is really easy to participate in World Hello Day. Simply, say hello to the people today. Get out on the streets today, and say "Hello" to at least ten people.
Once upon a time Santa Claus, during his another journey through the world, visited a small city in southern Poland. As he was an experienced traveler, from far, far away he sensed a magical aura of making nice surprises for people there.
We began by welcoming the parents. Pupils introduced to parents holiday of Halloween through presentation. We counted some Halloween´s exercises of Math and Slovak language. on the interactive whiteboard.
Then we started with decorating pumpkins. We did really beautiful pumpkins with the help of parents!