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Sensium: Enlightenment – a virtual animal world of colors (LS-ME-590)
In this STEAM LS, I integrate cultural and disability communities heritage into a science lesson. I combine educational material of the Golabz …
Sensium: Helen Keller – 3D Printing in a Friction Lab (LS-DI-570)
Hi, my name is Tsiastoudis Dimitrios. This learning scenario exposes the students to a very important social problem: sensory disabled person identity …
Health Alliance: Mens Sana in Corpore Sano (LS-HR-537)
Background info Maintaining physical, mental and emotional well-being can be really challenging, especially during the COVID-19 lockdowns all over Europe. Comparing practices …
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 …
Say it with a Ballad! (LS-IT-533)
This Learning Scenario by Maria Rita Pepe has been designed in order to provide an engaging learning experience for EFL teenage students …
Connecting Generations through Stories (LS-ME-531)
This Learning Scenario introduces participants to the griot storytelling tradition in West Africa and makes them reflect on the importance of the …
Our Everyday Still Lives – My Favourite Things Far and Near in Isolation (LS-HU-522)
Introduction This learning scenario was created by Katalin Káldi, a teacher of History of Arts from Hungary, and its aim is to …
The Belle Époque – Digital Storytelling (LS-FI-520)
This learning scenario, created by Juha-Pekka Lehtonen and Sari Halavaara, explores the shift of European way of life in the turn of …
Experiencing the Revolution of 1956 as a Child (LS-HU-517)
The Hungarian Revolution of 1956 is an important event in Hungary’s history. This is what inspired my learning scenario. Seeing the revolution …
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 …
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