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Conheces a tua terra

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No âmbito do Projeto Promoção de Mudanças na Aprendizagem - Comunidades Escolares de Aprendizagem Gulbenkian XXI, que se encontra em curso nas turmas de 3º ano da escola sede de agrupamento, realizou-se nos passados dias 12 e 13 de março, em Bruxelas, o 2º Workshop Future Classroom Scenarios, promovido pela European Schoolnet e Samsung.
Este Workshop decorreu num ambiente de aprendizagem inovador denominado Future Classroom Lab, na sede da European Schoolnet (consulte fotos).
Este Workshop foi o segundo do Programa de Desenvolvimento Profissional da Samsung concebido para professores que trabalham com equipamentos digitais em sala de aula. Contou com a participação de professores de vários países europeus: Áustria, Croácia, Letónia, Espanha, Itália, Polónia, Portugal e Sérvia. Os participantes portugueses foram professores das três escolas integradas no projeto: Fátima Ralha (AE de Vidigueira), Paula Valamatos Reis (AE de Ponte Sôr) e Nídia Raimundo Rega (AE de Vendas Novas) e o professor da Universidade de Évora pertencente à equipa de acompanhamento do Projeto, Rui Gonçalo Espadeiro.
No seu decurso os professores participantes tomaram conhecimento de um conjunto de recursos e ferramentas digitais que lhes permitirão desenvolver atividades inovadoras nas aulas através do uso das tecnologias, pretendendo-se que as disseminem aos restantes colegas de trabalho. Nele foram apresentados os trabalhos que estão a ser desenvolvidos no âmbito do cenário educativo Conheces a tua terra?, delineado no 1º workshop. Este cenário está a ser desenvolvido pelas três escolas integradas no projeto e pretende aliar o uso das tecnologias à apropriação de conhecimentos mais aprofundados sobre o local onde vivem, através de contato direto com o meio ambiente envolvente e lugares de interesse do ponto de vista histórico, arquitectónico, cultural e gastronómico, entre outras possíveis áreas. (consulte apresentação do trabalho desenvolvido pelo nosso agrupamento).

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  1. 1. Scenario "Do you know the place where you live" • 2 Classes of AE Vidigueira: 2nd F, 3rd B and 3rd F; • 39 pupils; • 4 teachers.
  2. 2. What we did (Teachers meetings) - An article about the Future Classroom Scenarios was published on the school’s website ( http://www.aevid.pt/index.php?limitstart=12); - A Powerpoint presentation about the workshop was presented to colleagues of the department of the 1st cycle (Primary School). We shared ideas and reflected about the Toolkit and the Future Classroom Maturity Modelling; - A meeting was held with the headmaster to explain the work of the session held in Brussels and the steps to follow. There was a lot of receptivity and support; - a meeting with all the teachers of the three schools involved in the Portuguese Project "Promotion of change in learning: school communities Gulbenkian XXI " (Vidigueira, Vendas Novas and Ponte de Sor) and the teachers of the University of Évora, to report the Brussels experience.
  3. 3. What we did (Teachers meetings) - In Vidigueira working meetings were held with a team of teachers: two classroom teachers and two support teachers). We reflected about the FCL ToolKit and the scenario created in Brussels "Do you know the place where you live". We defined strategies and activities.
  4. 4. What we did (Teachers and pupils research outside the classroom in the local community) • Identification of points of interest in the town of Vidigueira, with the support of teachers and family; • Study tours with research work: interviews, photos and videos.
  5. 5. What we did (Teachers and pupils research outside the classroom in the local community) Study tours Monuments Municipal Museum
  6. 6. What we did (Teachers and pupils research outside the classroom in the local community) Study tours Archaeological site: Roman Villa S. Cucufate Quinta do Carmo.
  7. 7. What we did (Teatchers and pupils research outside the classroom in the local community) Study tours Agricultural Association (olive oil) Industrial Winery Local Association Traditional Winery
  8. 8. What we did (Teachers and pupils research outside the classroom in the local community) Study tours Artisan Bakery Industrial Bakery
  9. 9. • The pupils worked in the classroom, in groups of 3 or 4, using different tools: books, magazines, tablets, internet, ... to learn more about the points of interest. They have also identified their location using Google Maps. • They shared information through and . •They created powerpoint and movie maker presentations. What we did (Teachers and pupils worked in classroom)
  10. 10. What we did (Special Classes) • Class about local birds endangered; • Monitoring of small birds nests. • Class about safe internet
  11. 11. What we did (Special Classes) • On a mouse of the region: leirão. • Pupils of the 3rd F experienced an application to study this mouse, created by the students of Education and Multimedia Communication course at the Polytechnic Institute of Beja.
  12. 12. Next Steps • Construction of a blog to publish written work .
  13. 13. Next Steps • Recording videos with traditional songs and drama about a local legend : Legend of Our Lady of the Relics . • Creating audio-guides with geolocation : using echoes (audio files: narration performed by students with the information collected about the places ) and a walk through the chosen sites. Tools: Audacity program and Woices.

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