World eCitizens: Reaching out to other learners
Held: Saturday, 25th January 2014 from 12:00 to 13:00(GMT)
Worldecitizens is a MirandaNet charity that is dedicated to encouraging understanding between peoples and communities and sharing the fascinating diversity within nations and across the world. WE take responsibility for our actions and strive to make the world a better place. At this event teachers will be sharing their classroom techniques.
Literacy from Scratch
An innovative curriculum project about teaching coding devised by Lawrence Williams, Brunel University, and Dr Mirka Cernochova, assistant Dean of Education, Charles University in Prague. (See linked pdf file below).
Many Hands Make Light Work
Comenius project on volunteering, involving 2 UK secondary schools, a secondary school in Prague and a primary school in Poland. By Andrée Jordan from The Ravensbourne School – this year’s winner of the Secondary School of the Year Link2Learn Award.
International Research Group
Educators how joining this session will be invited to meet afterwards to help set up a practitioners’ research group to share teachers’ knowledge by publishing MESH pathways.
You can watch the recording here
Read more…. LiteracyfromScratch (pdf download)
A Comenius project on volunteering, involving 2 UK secondary schools, a secondary school in Prague and a primary school in Poland.
The Ravensbourne School – this year’s winner of the Secondary School of the Year Link2Learn Award
Followed by a MirandaNet action research group meeting attended by schools who would like to be in curriculum exchanges with schools globally
Please sign up here to attend
The MirandaNet lounge provides an informal meeting space with free tea, coffee, biscuits and phone chargers available. All MirandaNet members and their colleagues are welcome to use this space to chill out and participate in the MirandaMods taking place throughout each day of BETT. Please note we are unable to store coats and bags.