The participants came from all across Europe with Karīna Dūne from Valmiera Pargauja State gymnasium in Latvia, Rebeca González González from IES Taboada Chivite from Spain, Ana Isabel Urbieta Balado and María José García Merin from IES Praia Barraña also from Spain.
Reframing was one of our main goals: traditional tools and games were redesigned and participants had an opportunity to adapt them to their own subjects while building a stronger learning perspective on them.
We also focused on digital and ICT tools, fundamental skills for educators of the 21st century, as much as visual strategies to discuss ideas and build activities in the most creative and stimulating educational environment.
Before our last goodbye, we also discovered the importance of reasoning, questioning and debating. These three main columns help students to avoid the huge amount of disinformation to which they are exposed every day and also to avoid passivity in their learning process.
Each different personality of our group has been a wealth for all of us: they improved our energies during the course and enriched our laughter during our activities together!
Welcome to the ELA Blog. Here you will find articles and photos of our courses and have a look at the topics addressed during the week in Bologna, Palermo and Tenerife. You will also have the chance to take a peek at our projects and check out what we have been up to.