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How do you create a school with successful eTwinning projects?. Kungshögsskolan. Primary school 320 students and 30 teachers Pupils age 6 to 13 The school is situated in the outskirts of Malmö, in a village called Oxie We use ICT in our daily work – technology, information, communication.

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kungsh gsskolan
Kungshögsskolan
  • Primary school
  • 320 students and 30 teachers
  • Pupils age 6 to 13
  • The school is situated in the outskirts of Malmö, in a village called Oxie
  • We use ICT in our daily work – technology, information, communication
slide5

How to create a successful project

projektidea

Evaluate!

Schedule;

Time & aim

Get in contact

with each other

at least once a

week!

Find

projectpartners

Registrate

the

project

to think about
To think about

Which qualification do our students need in their future?

  • Better to concentrate on smaller things than to cover too much.
  • Your project should be part of the lessons.
  • The pupils exchange theoretical and practical skills.
  • Getting to know the persons you work with as well as the cultural, social, economical or political facts about the partner.
  • Be aware of cultural differences.
  • Make a schedule to follow.
  • Evaluate.
  • There are no limits – you set the limits yourself!
  • Most importantly – have fun!!!
projects
Projects
  • Adventuroustravellingdolls
  • The global fairytalebook
  • Just ordinary water
  • Our blue water
  • Astonishingfairytales
  • Children’s rights
  • Middleage - a storylineproject
  • Let’sgeograpytogether
  • Save oursacredsurroundings
  • Fantasticfood
  • Math is a part of ourdailylives
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Sofielundsskolan, Malmö

  • 425 students
  • Primary and secondary school
  • Students between 6-15 years old
  • Bilingual classes
  • It´s situated in the city
  • Social and economical vulnerable
  • area
  • Many students with Swedish as a
  • second language
  • But; in january 2011 is the entire school renovated, with nice classrooms, and with lot of computers, technical equipment and interactive white boards in every classroom –
  • Hi eTwinning – here we come!
educational gains
Educationalgains
  • As many foreign colleagues as your teachers want to have
  • PDW:S
  • Exchanging ideas with colleagues all over Europe
  • The challenge of an enlarged place to work
  • You will get many new inputs
  • Make ICT a daily component and develop

ICT-skills yourself

  • The need to establish new strategies in our schools
  • A development towards a focus on ”learning” instead of ”teaching”
  • Understanding of different cultures and getting a global perspective
  • Exciting!!!