Good-bye to ATOM
I would like to express my gratitude to all the participants, teachers and students, for their work and their involvement, despite technical difficulties for some schools and difficult communication for others.
Special thanks to my old partners Eva, Erik, Maria Teresa and Valentina for accepting to work together again. It was a real privilege having you as partners once more. I hope it was, all in all, a...
Here it is!
Geometry around video is the result of their work.
ATOM radio broadcasting from Alonso de Madrigal
Students did not want to create personal files with their evaluation but something done in a team, something done "together" as one of the girls mentions. This is why we decided on a kind of radio programme. Despite the mistakes we think it shows how they perceive what they have done and what other teams have done. Creativity, fun, interest, accents, customs from other countries, ICT tools will be heard.
Final Flashmeeting video
Our final videoconference images are visible in this slideshow. It was a very nice event despite technical obstacles. The students enjoyed it a lot. A big thank you!
Project presentation for parents and classmates
Students' parents as well as the other pupils in the class who were not involved in ATOM were invited to a project presentation on Friday aftenoon. We were very happy and proud to show our work and tell them everything about our partners, the things we learned and the nice time we had together. All of them were informed about the recognition our project has got so far.
The presentation was a big success and of course the "star" of the event was our beauiful book!
Thank you all for making this possible.
2 students of 2tto joined the Team Mathematics Challenge
Team Mathematics Challenge 2011
Thursday the 9th of June was the day of the big finals of the Team Mathematics Challenge. Four students of het HLW took part, two of the first grade of our Bilingual Education (Aissam and Akram) and two of the second grade (Manal and Lamyae).
Numbes Playground , our video in the Flashmeeting was aimed to show the early connections with Maths in our childhoood. Through family, street and playgoround games we imitated and repeated numbers until we learned them. Coordination, collaboration were essential in those games, like in the process of constructing knowledge.
we have posted the video in the blog and, although all the files and videos can be seen in the Flashmeeting Replay, I suggest you all post them in the blog.
The first QL
The first ATOM QL. Congratulations, Amsterdam! Good luck to the other teams!
A wonderful good-bye Flashmeeting- I can't believe that our project ATOM is almost over! A big thank you to our partners!
The slideshow of the meeting will be ready soon! Keep in touch, meanwhile!
ATOM in images
We have posted in the blog and in the TS a trailer to announce our project. It is supposed to be used also as a kind of visual report about the work done so far.
A timeline seemed a good way to present our project, as a whole, and let us reflect on its trajectory. New events will be added, as they take place, but for now...here it is. It's made with a nice collaborative tool called Dipity, and you are all invited to contribute, just let me know if you want to join in. Students' comments are also welcome! Each activity allows comments.
I hope you like it, it makes the collaboration look more real, in my opinion.