NordPlus partner countries

NordPlus partner countries

Wednesday, 18 May 2016

Nordplus leaders and traveling students hold a seminar about E - learning, integration and work stations in Oddeyrarskóli in Mai 2016.







Link to Oddeyrarskoli homepage about the seminar
http://oddeyrarskoli.is/fraedslufundur-kennara-og-studningsfulltrua/

Brekkuskóli got 1st and 2nd place in a national short film competition

Siljan is a national film competition in Iceland where students read a book and make a short film about it. 50 videos were sent in and Arndís and Egill got 1nd prize and Ingunn and Kristiana got 2nd prize. These students have been active in our Nordplus project.







"Vetrarfrí trailer" made by Arndís and Egill







"Norn" er fædd made by Ingunn and Kristiana



https://youtu.be/dkJVynvGdHc








Students and staff at Brekkuskóli dance in Mai 2016

All students and staff at Brekkuskóli learned a dance made by one of the teachers, Erna Jónsdóttir.



What do students in Brekkuskóli, Iceland think about coding?

Brekkuskóli took part in "Hour of code" during all years of the project. In 2015 all students from grade 2.-10. took part where older students visited younger students and taught them how to code.




Tuesday, 17 May 2016

Work station lesson in 1.grade in Norway.

This pictures are from a work stations lesson in 1. grade. They have one computer station where they learn English, one computer station where they learn how to tell time. They have also one station where they play how to run a food shop with their own cash register. We also have one smartboard station. They usually learn math, Norwegian or English here. You can also see that they have an iPad station where they have an app for learning how to tell the time.







Wednesday, 27 April 2016

Latvians teaching teachers

Today we had guests in school. They were English teachers from another Latvian region. Our tech experts Rainers, Igors, Anna and Adriana taught them how to make quizzes using some of the most popular tools - Kahoot, Triventy, Quizizz, Quizzy.
Teachers were really happy that students had taught them something new and useful.



Monday, 25 April 2016

Latvians perform Lean On

We have finally recorded our version of the dance which was sent to us by the Norwegian students. It was rather difficult but we managed to do it. Hope you like it!


Friday, 25 March 2016

Happy easter to our Nordplusfriends!


 
Using Piccollage:)
Greatings from us in Norway and from Hjelmeland skule

Friday, 26 February 2016

Sunday, 21 February 2016

Teaching trip to Húsavík

A part of the Nordplus group went to Húsavík to tell teachers about how we are using technology to study and to teach teachers to use some of the programs we like to use. 
On our way to Húsavík 
Egill and Kristjan explaining how they like to use technology 

Margrèt and Kolka

Arndís


Learning how to use NearPod
Trying the 360° in NearPod

QR-codes 

Dinner after a good day 







Friday, 12 February 2016

Safer Internet Day 2016

On 9th February students in Aizkraukle Regional Gymnasium marked Safer Internet Day in the school with various activities focusing on online safety, cyberbullying and using social sites.
Students voted for the most popular sites depending on how often they use them. They enjoyed voting the old-fashioned way because in that way they could immediately see which sites were at the top.


No one was surprised that the top sites in the 7th grade were YouTube, WhatsApp and Instagram. Nowadays students use email only occasionally because they choose other channels to connect with their friends. None of them knew LinkedIn, as it is normally used by older people. Also Google Hangouts is not popular with young students, and Snapchat is not used widely in our schoool.


These are the results how students of the 7th grade use social sites.

Students of grades 7-10 watched videos and discussed issues connected with bad behavior online. They also wrote down their own rules how everyone should behave online.
 

Tuesday, 26 January 2016

Interviews with Latvian students

We interviewed students of different ages and this is what they said.