We are EU Codeweek organizers! All our activities that involve coding, robotics, ICT and other technologies are EU Codeweek 2022 events. We do this because we firmly believe in the importance of coding and deep technological learning to foster creativity. And also, if we want our pupils to build a sustainable future, they must understand how technology can be used towards a better planet. Our Sustainable Coding for a Future for All workshop with our friends from all the schools involved in the project was approved as a EU Codeweek 2022 event.
Portuguese view from the partners meet and exchange in Altamura.
Some sneak previews of what is being prepared for our italian, polish, spanish and turkish friends,
Our christmas coding activity, Pixel Art Greeting Cards, was awarded a Certificate of Excellence by EU Codeweek.
The challenge came from our Greek friends: why not do some joint activities to celebrate Safer Internet Day 2022?
As part of the meeting that took part in Portugal, some workshops were devoloped to take all participants into the world of educational technology. During the meet, we've worked with 3D modeling and printing, and Coding on Mobile devices. These sessions were also a part of the EU Code Week initiative, as the Sustainable Coding @ Erasmus event.
From November 1st to November 5th, 2021, Agrupamento de Escolas Venda do Pinheiro, in Portugal, hosted the initial meeting of the Erasmus project - "Sustainability: learn, change, live - one future for all".
For the past month, pupils from 5H class at AE Venda do Pinheiro have been hard at work on their final projects in ICT class. The challenge? Pick one of the technologies they previously learned during the classes (coding, 3D, text processing and some AI) and develop an individual project. The theme? Sustainability. Here are the 3D results: Erasmus Sustainabilty by aevp on Sketchfab These were modeled using 3DC.io on android tablets and mobile phones. Very cool, for a bunch of ten year olds. Check our 3D projects at Sketchfab: Erasmus Sustainability.
For we are the custodians of our planet. What wonders does nature reserve us? And what damages are we doing due to our carelessness and pollution? The portuguese students are contributing to a collaborative Padlet, in wich they share their own photos of wonderful places, or traces of lack of care. Check them out here:
To get to know a little more of our project's participant schools. visit the school pages. Let's give you a hint of what you can find there, shall we? Guess where is this school? One hint: it's portuguese. Videos, 360º photos and other content, because this project is as much about sustainability as connecting europeans.