In the last week of the school year, our school hosted partners from Latvia, Greece, Germany and Turkey within the framework of the international Erasmus + program “Flipped classroom as an alternative way of distance learning” KA 220. Ahead of us there were trainings, coaching and workshops to acquire key competencies, increasing skills in the use of various digital forms. During the project from the technological tools can not miss an expert – Ms. Ewa Szpot (Microsoft Innovative Educator) supported the project participants on their way to digital transformation through the development of readiness, resilience and personal capabilities. For those interested, here is a link to the webinar on artificial intelligence, prepared by Ms. Ewa Szpot as part of eTwinning.
On the first day of the meeting, we focused on planning mobility, training, training. It was also an invaluable time to get to know each other better with our foreign partners and exchange experiences. We all unanimously agreed that technology in the learning process is a very valuable tool, but we are aware of the risks it brings. “Erasmus plus enriches lives and opens minds”. – is the main motto of international meetings of staff and young people, funded by the European Union.
At our technical school, we were once again able to experience the truth of these words. Open-minded people who are curious about cultural differences working together to find the best solutions for our youth is always a good idea. We were also able to show the guests Wroclaw, where the summer festival was just taking place.
This project is a big challenge for our school, because it was the first time we took on the role of coordinator. A lot of work ahead of us, but what follows are great opportunities and benefits for our students. Participants in the project include high school teachers, students aged 14-19, university staff and coaches. We are not saying goodbye for long, because already on September 5 the first LTT (Learning, Teaching, Training) meeting at the Euro-Med Youth Federation in Berlin from the model of the flipped classroom and Web 2.0 – websites in which the primary role is played by the content generated by the users of these websites.
Oh, it’s going to happen!