SOS Planet es un proyecto de movilidad Erasmus + eTwinning entre centros escolares de Grecia Eslovaquia, Polonia, Turquía y España, en el que participan alumnos con edades comprendidas entre 9 y 18 años. Continuar leyendo
It is necessary to train students to develop competences that will help them adapt better to the requirements and challenges of today’s information and communication society. In order to succeed in that, teachers need to, on one hand, change the way students interact with technology and help them become creators instead of mere technology consumers. And on the other hand, teachers need to show students how to use computational thinking and the skills related to it for planning and solving all kinds of complex tasks in their everyday lives. Can school foster the development of computational thinking from an early age and at all education stages? Is it possible to develop this new way of thinking from the perspective of any area of the curriculum and using a wide range of educational resources, not only programming?
Emotions have a crucial impact on our learning process. As students, we learn better when we have fun, when we feel capable of meeting a challenge, or when we collaborate with others. And imagine the feeling of creating a physical object with our own hands! Continuar leyendo
Olga Paniagua Garrido, from the Spanish National Support Service, shares some tips and recommendations for collaborative learning in your eTwinning Project. Continuar leyendo
The use of mobile applications by all of us is an everyday habit. We could not imagine our daily lives without communicating through instant messaging, without checking before leaving on the weather or traffic conditions, without motorizing our physical activity, or without playing that game that is so addictive.