In this OER we will demonstrate how to collaborate on various general educational resources applicable for educators at all grade levels.Participants can either find an existing OER or create a new resource.Topics for this Module include:How to set up learning/student outcomes using Bloom's taxonomy verbsSetting up alignment matrices alignments (example: learning/student outcomes, various professional standards, and assignments to be used for artifacts for assessment of student learning)Creating objective measurable rubricsHow to Differentiate lessons Interactive in-class work optionsWays to give genuine professional feedback to students' work to scaffold skillsWays to teach students self-assessment skills
Für unseren gemeinsamen Projektsong schrieben die Schüler der einzelnen Länder die Strophen in ihren Landessprachen. Sie erzählen dabei von aktuellen Problemen, die sie in ihren Ländern sehen.
In der Bridge und dem Refrain (siehe Leadsheet unten) wird dann ein positiver Blick in die Zukunft gerichtet - wir alle können etwas anpacken und uns für eine bessere Welt einsetzen!
Der Projektsong wurde beim Besuch in Arta/Griechenland mit allen Schülern und Orchester eingeprobt und am letzten Abend in der Stadthalle von Arta aufgeführt.
In this unit, students will use the engineering design process and their understanding of how simple machines work to help fairytale characters solve problems. Each lesson focuses on one fairytale and one simple machine.
Global Citizens in Action is a civic engagement curriculum that focuses on cultural exchange, media literacy, and global citizenship. Through exploring the driving question, “How do we, as youth, engage our communities to create positive social change?”
Student teams act as engineers and learn about systems thinking and scale by reassembling the separated pages of the engaging picture book, “Zoom,” by Istvan Banyai. The book is a series of 31 wordless pictures that start very close-up and then zoom out—from a rooster’s comb to outer space. Like a movie camera, each subsequent page pulls back to reveal the context of the previous scene as something different than what you originally thought. When the 31 un-numbered pages are jumbled, it is a surprising challenge for teams to figure out how the pictures connect. The task prompts students to pause and look closer so as to adjust to new points of view and problem solve to find a logical sequence. It requires them to step back and take a broader view. Students learn that engineers work together as teams and look at things very closely so that they see different things and come up with more than one solution when problem solving. To conclude, students go outside and practice their skills by imagining and then drawing their own Zoom-like small booklet stories inspired by items found in nature. The classic duck/rabbit ambiguous drawing is provided as a kickoff visual aid.