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Project plan for the #twinmooc

Project plan: Having fun with science Project goals The project aims to: Cultivate students’ interest and curiosity in science, support them in building their knowledge about basic science concepts, and make them active agents of their learning. Develop students’ creativity

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Collaborative activity for the 4th Unit of the #twinmooc

The fourth Unit of the “Open eTwinning” MOOC asks participants to devise a collaborative activity and integrate it into their draft project plan. As regards my draft plan, I think there are two general ways to induce collaboration in the

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Draft project plan for the #twinmooc

In the 3rd Unit of the “Open eTwinning” MOOC participants are required to devise a draft project plan. Well, what follows is mine 🙂 Title: Making science fun through experiments Students’ age: 13-15 Language: English Curriculum topics: Maths, Physics, Chemistry

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What are the emerging topics from teachers’ brainstorming at #twinmooc?

One of the activities of the second Unit of the Open eTwinning MOOC (#twinmooc) invited participants to share reflections on their own teaching practice on an online collaborative board on Padlet. I was one of the first who contributed my reflections to

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Reflection on my teaching practice – Open eTwinning #twinmooc

There are several things that I would like to improve in my teaching practice, but what I would like most to achieve is to integrate some (at least) outdoor activities in the way that I deliver the ICT curriculum. Obviously

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A short self presentation for the Open eTwinning MOOC #twinmooc

Click on the link below to see my short presentation for the Open eTwinning MOOC #twinmooc. https://www.edu.buncee.com/buncee/v2/671112

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Announcement: Language Lesson Plan Competition

The social media promotion team of the Master of Arts in Digital Technologies for Language Teaching is hosting the second lesson plan competition for all language teachers and language professionals worldwide. Teachers who enter the competition will have the chance

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