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Do you like dancing?

  Here you have some images of the tool created with Powtoon for teaching chemical equilibrium. The “dance school” analogy has been used to explain the chemical equilibrium. It consists of some couples dancing while some people are standing waiting outside the dance floor.     Once the equilibrium is reached the number of couples dancing…

Learning – Teaching – Training in Adamstown (Dublin/Ireland)

The second learning and training activity has taken place at Adamstown Community College and lasted for 4 days. It aimed to care for the homogeneous background and a homogeneous development of the learning and teaching tools. The major issues were the presentation of the developed learning tools, followed by discussion and practical examples of technical…

Interactions and Learning

Types of Interactivity (in teaching and learning) There are generally three different types of interactivity for teaching: interactivity between teacher and learner, between multiple learners, and finally interactivity with learning materials. The TEST-Project deals with the last type: interactivity of learners with learning materials. This is the interaction occurring when students work on a particular…

Intermediate Meeting Umeå

The Colegio Internacional Costa Adeje (Spain), the Europäische Bildungsinitiative (EBI) (Austria) and the Adamstown Community College (Ireland) visited the Dragonskolan in Umeå (Sweden) to celebrate the Intermediate Meeting in the Erasmus+ project “Technology Enhanced Science Teaching (TEST)” (Erasmus+ Project 2018-1-ES01-KA201-050186). The meeting took place from October 3rd to October 6th (including two travel days). Each…

ACAT Tools

This toolkit is a learning – training – teaching material focusing on teaching science. It is a set of approx. 15 individual multimedia based and interactive software tools which are used by students either during lessons (as a kind of virtual lab) or at home to learn difficult/complex scientific context. These tools or learning packages…