We have established a project space on the eTwinning website. Digital leaders will be able to join this.
The students should attain knowledge of how eTwinning can be used to create international learning experiences for pupils.
The students should attain knowledge of how they can use technology outdoors to support the learning process of pupils in primary and lower secondary school.
The students should be able to collaborate with international partners to create lesson plans with a focus on using technology outdoors.
The students should be able to set up eTwinning projects with pupils in primary or lower secondary school.
The students should be able to present the project to a wider audience at their own universities.
The team members that are collaborating on this project have worked together on a previous project.
The students will be divided into four mixed nationality groups which will be led by a facilitator (lecturer).
In November they will make video diaries which will be uploaded to a Padlet in Twinspace.
On the 4th of December they will have an online video conference where they will discuss the video diaries and be informed about the project.
In December they will collaborate on “Culture in a box” and lesson planning.
The students will make a final analysis and presentation of their project for a wider audience at their universities.