Europeana Learning Scenario created by Aarón Bernárdez was conducted with the vocational high school ICT students in web design and coding lessons. The original learning scenario was slightly adapted to be suitable for an older group of students (aged 17 – 18).
How did it go?
The implementation was divided into two parts. In the first part, the theoretical introduction to Europeana Collections was provided and the necessary materials to be used in the classroom were presented to the students. Then, students were divided into groups. Finally, a video presentation was used to introduce students with the main topic of the lesson. In the second part, the students worked in groups, browsing Europeana web portal and searching for photos. Then, they created web designs using HTML code. The third stage consisted of creating shared hosting for photos and uploading created work. Lastly, students presented their designs to the whole class.
How much time we needed?
The time needed for the students to complete all the tasks was between 60 and 90 minutes. The learning scenario implemented was very useful for students to make a bridge between the past and the future by using digital technology.
21st century skills developed
- Critical thinking
In the pictures below are some examples of the websites about the museums that were created by students of Vocational High School in Grudziadz.
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