Posts Tagged ‘Students’

You don’t have to grow up to be a scientist

CC-By provided by the author This project includes multidisciplinary STEM activities. English and Science teachers are the ones who participated in this project. My students and I integrated all the activities to the objective of English, Science and ICT curriculum. Students used English language for all the activities. We...

Global thinkers – Local Solvers: You want an ideal city, solve the problems of your city

 Picture provided by the author, attribution CC-By.  Introduction During the school year 2022-2023, the project Global Thinkers – Local Solvers was implemented as part of the eTwinning project “Artful STEAM Tellers, Creative STEAM Solvers.” The project aimed to promote the concept of an inclusive city through participatory design. Six...

Kids coding, learning in computer

Empowering Minds through Coding and Innovation

CC-BY, provided by the author The fourth-grade students of Silla Primary School at the Comprehensive Institute La Giustiniana in Rome had an exciting opportunity to extend their education beyond the regular school term. They participated in a captivating project named “Coding ergo sum”, centred on coding activities. CC-BY The...

Let’s Make A Scarf!

Picture provided by the author, attribution CC-BY Our Wonderful Kids with STEAM project aimed to increase our students’ interest in science, technology, math and engineering. Apart from this, it is aimed to train individuals who can think creatively, solve problems and have 21st century skills by integrating STEM disciplines...

Project History of mathematics

Picture provided by the author, attribution CC-BY Thinking about how to make mathematics interesting for children and how to prompt and encourage them to independently research, search and “dig” new information on Internet, I decided to start a new project at the school level: “History of Mathematics”. I remembered...

Measure me up! A cross-curricular and multicultural approach to STEM through measurements

Picture provided by the author, attribution CC-BY The project Measure me up! Is an Erasmus+ Project designed by six partners: Os Vladimira Becica Osijek (Croatia),  Nikola Tesla Szerb Tanítási Nyelvu Óvoda, Általános Iskola, Gimnázium, Kollégium és Könyvtár (Hungary), Osnovna skola Sveti Sava Kikinda (Serbia), IES Santísima Trinidad (Spain) and...