Be great, go SLATE! is the Project Based Learning approach conceived as a research and a part of the primary school students’ Computer Science course in which students were in a position to learn a great deal by explaining their ideas to others and by participating in the activities in which they can learn from their peers. PBL has been designed for 12-year-old students who study Computer Science at primary school with the aims to present the cultural heritage and Belgrade architecture to the pupils and to introduce the historical development of women’s rights in the Serbian society to them, and all this through the use of slate devices and the achievement of digital literacy.
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Ana’s appearance the television program
Teacher of English language, Ana Zivkovic, works in the elementary school „Čegar“ in Nis. She teaches english language to students 6th and 7th grade. This year they took part in a unique workshop with divers-researchers „Mission 31“, led by Fabian Cousteau through Skype. While the grandson of the famous Jacques Cousteau with his friends stayed in underwater laboratories, students were talking with him. Ana recognized the possibilities of Skype and her students had privilege also to talk to one of current employees in NASA Kennedy Space Center.
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