In Geroskipou A' primary school students use Voki, Blabberise, Wordle, Glogster, Create a Graph, Makebeliefscomix.com and webquest to look at how the ICT activities can be further connected to real life.
In this interview, Aelsa Carroll from St. Fintan’s school, reflects on how being involved in the Living School Lab project helped her to bring about changes in the teaching and learning taking place in her classrooms. LSL also led to whole-school change as an e-Learning Team has been formed to help plan for the on-going integration of ICT across the curriculum and the school. http://lsl.eun.org/aelsa-interview
At Wäinö Aaltonen school all teachers use internet-based learning platforms, 1:1 devices and collaborative learning in education.
Gymnazium Teplice in Czech Republic is equipped with SMART interactive whiteboards and Bakalari, where teachers can make the lesson resources available, communicate with students and parents, and interconnect changes to ensure whole school development is current and relevant to the students.
In this webinar it was explored how to build access to virtual learning spaces across the school and how to make the most of the materials beyond the school day: http://lsl.eun.org/snack17
Toothpick Balance Trick
Across Skjelnan School in Norway is demonstrating how the use of Interactive White Boards and iPads can be mainstreamed to the Advanced Practitioner School.
Tornado Discovery Bottle with a twist! Add this ingredient and really get to see that tornado!
Magnets - balancing coins on the edge of a glass (must be magnetic coins)