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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 …
Digital Heritage Bridge between Past, Present and Future with Digital Storytelling (LS-TR-580)
The aim of this scenario is to help students produce digital heritage by using digital storytelling. Many students can not make proper, …
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 …
Pink Triangle – History and Memory of LGBTQ+ in European Culture (LS-DI-558)
Most of the time, when students hear about LGBTQ+ at school, it is to talk about persecution and bullying. In this learning …
Gender Identity and the Roots of Prejudice (LS-DI-555)
Summary Hi, my name is Rosanna Busiello and I have used this LS with a group of students aged 14-18 years old …
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 …
Learning in the Cultural Environment of Europeana (LS-PT-514)
Introduction The aim of this learning scenario is to highlight the great importance of Europeana resources in IT and other subjects. It …
Sustainable Future 4 European Heritage (EN-CUR-476)
With this learning scenario, students explore and study how humans have influenced the environment and culture: they compare landscapes, cities and other …
Building Bridges (LS-FI-446)
In this learning scenario, created by Karoliina Mutanen, a Finnish primary teacher, students (of 4th grade) complete a project that introduces them …
Inteligencia artificial Vs Seres humanos. ¿Casualidad o inteligencia? (ES-CUR-409)
El escenario pedagógico forma parte de un proyecto eTwinning “Inteligencia artificial vs Seres humanos” que llevamos a cabo entre el departamento de …
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