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The Living Schools Lab project organises 1 hour discussions on Twitter concentrating a a different educational topic each time. To take part all you need to do is to use the hashtag #LSLCHAT. No need to enrol. If you don't have a Twitter account yet, you can create one here.

Previous Twitter discussion:

How do you organize the presentation of your students' work? Tuesday 1 April 2014 (8-9 pm CET)

Read the observation visit blog post by Diana Bannister as food for thought.

Webinar: Scoop ducks Webinar: Scoop ducks

Top 10 priorities for education by Scoop Ducks

  • Webinar
  • 5 June 2014, 6.30 PM CEST (Brussels Time)

The Scoop Ducks are a group of Italian and Irish students who attended the Living Schools Lab Summer School taking place in Dublin (16-18 May). At the Summer School the students acted as young journalists and they covered the event. They took pictures, made short videoclips, they sent tweets and wrote blog posts... The students also took part in the core discussions of the conference.

In this webinar we will explain how we organized the interaction of the students with the participants to the Summer School and how we set up the tools (group blogging, group tweeting) for the students. The main part of the webinar will be delivered by the Italian students. Like they did at the Summer School they will present their 10 priorities for education: teaching and learning as they would like to see it. 

 


Main course - Webinar recording

Recording

 

Presentation

 

More information

The webinar will be delivered 4 students of the Francesco Redi scientific high school in Arezzo (Italy): Andrea Liguori (19), Lorenzo Giambagli (18), Gabriele Redigonda (18) and Chiara Fraticelli (18).

BLOG: scoopducks.wordpress.com