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Book Design Workshop (LS-HR-585)
In this learning scenario secondary school students learn about European literacy and create an imaginary book design. It observes April as a …
Hot Air Balloon (LS-TR-565)
This project-based learning scenario was created by class- teacher Umut Şencan from Turkey. In this scenario, flying in a balloon is a unique …
Developing a Culture for Museums in Health and Wellbeing: Mentalizing, the inside story (LS-ME-560)
This learning scenario, created by Katerina Mavromichali, an archaeologist-museologist and art therapy counsellor, is inspired by the ways culture contributes to the …
Water is Life: Give Life to The Future (LS-TR-536)
We have been facing water-related problems in recent years. Access to clean water has become a major problem. Water scarcity affects more …
The Never-ending Search for the Perfect Body (LS-IT-528)
This cross-curricular learning scenario introduced students to the concept of an idealised body in the past (ancient Greek and Roman societies) and …
Education in the Middle Ages: the Birth of Modern Schooling (LS-IT-527)
My name is Emanuela Leto and I designed this activity for 11-year-old students. This multidisciplinary learning scenario is integrated into the national …
Intertextuality and critical reading: the interest of parody (Little Red Riding Hood) (LS-EU-510)
This course is intended for students between 11 and 15 years old. It allows them to work on the interpretation of texts and …
Emotional Intelligence and Teenagers (LS-BG-506)
No doubt that people have emotions. The point is whether we can recognize and control these emotions. What happens to teenagers when …
As Diferentes Faces da Terra (PT-CUR-459)
O presente trabalho pretende debruçar-se sobre o estudo da Terra, numa perspetiva global (continentes, países, localização absoluta), dos seus elementos e climas. …
Forests and Meadows: Invertebrates (LS-FI-445)
This learning scenario created by Karoliina Mutanen, a Finnish primary teacher, is suitable for the students of all age groups. With this …
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