DEDA project 2019-2022

School partnership project

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Digital Education - Digital Aspects

Content work:

  • Work shadowing by students and (preschool) teachers
  • Media education concept
  • Digital competencies
  • Curricular embedding in lessons

Time table

11/2019 Kick-Off

03/2022 First student meeting (Sweden)

04/2022 Second student meeting (Spain)

05/2022 Third student meeting (Austria)

06/2022 Final meeting

Christian Tschuschke, Coordinator 


2019

Murat Alpoguz (@MAlpoguz)
Erasmus+ Projekt mit KollegInnen aus Österreich, Spanien und Schweden. Aufgabe: Vorstellungsrunde mit StopMotion-Movies. Überall hört man Gelächter. Lernen kann so schön sein 😍
#twitterlehrerzimmer #Erasmus #StopMotion pic.twitter.com/xJb4ocBL1n
Murat Alpoguz (@MAlpoguz)
#ErasmusPlus , Part 2: Sweden brought their school mascot with them. I‘m in love 😍 pic.twitter.com/zfzHNcePNd


Artikel Erasmus

Lars Herd, newspaper Dieburger Anzeiger, 28. Nov. 2019

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Christian Tschuschke, Coordinator 


2020_2021

Corona break


2022

1. Short-term meeting with students

From the point of view of the participants, the DEDA meeting in Sweden was a complete success. The most important aspect is certainly the bringing together of the participating people to find out similarities and differences. In the few days together the European feeling has been shown, especially in difficult times (Corona and Ukraine war).

Data and people: 

  • Erasmus+ DEDA project job shadowing in Sweden, Strömsund (21-24/03/2022).
  • Travelers: A. Waldmann, C. Tschuschke, W. Grote + 3 students of the 11FOS
  • Host school: Hjalmar Strömerskolan
  • Partner schools: Vienna (A), Zaragoza (ESP)
  • Topic: Exchange of experience on digital work at school

Content:

  • Presentations with websites: to the school, to Sweden to the region (homeland connection)
  • Cultural exchange: reappraisal and integration of SAMI-people; Swedish winter sports culture (competition), cultural do's and don'ts
  • Comparison of school systems and organization of daily school life Training management of participating schools (informal)
  • Students worked together on digital competences and presented the results in plenary (fake news, fake me, phishing, password creation, ...) 
  • Teachers have learned about digital tools
  • Everyone designed a keychain with CAD, which will later be produced using the 3D printing process.
  • Outdoor activity: competition of international groups (students plus colleagues) then results ceremonially recognized (award ceremony)
  • Internationally successful technology company remains headquartered in Sweden and financially supports schools to inspire students for technical professions (technical tinkering and inventor workshop) with trained supporter
  • Visit to top sports: Shooting School
  • Visit to IUN Östersund University, RCR lab (crisis simulation)

Personal impressions:

  • Careful and loving supervision of the groups (LK/SuS)
  • Perfectly coherent preparation and organization of all program points
  • Many helping teachers (only women)
  • For the students there was always a Swedish student available as a godmother.
  • Perfect preparation: host gifts coordinated with the program points
  • Relaxed atmosphere; trusting and appreciative interaction with each other
  • Swedish students assigned to assist host students as a support person
  • It is common for every person to speak English can be a claim for itself as an internationally oriented country

Links: 

 Alissa Waldmann and Werner Grote (teachers)

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Tobias Wieduwilt, Marek Weichenthal and Alamettin Kar (students)