2015 Brussels                         


Active citizenship - promoting peace studies

Through research-action pupils form their own language of peace and understanding.

This session will take you through 4 steps where pupils worked creatively and engaging with Cultural awareness, EU chosen for the Nobel Peace Prize, Children’s Human Rights and Local history involving local museums and older citizens

Tine Jespersen - teacher - Thyborøn Skole - eTwinning ambassador Denmark

Magazine http://issuu.com/gyseligt/docs/the_culture_of_peace_in_european_ci_29df0f0df21aa5

>> and as pdf

>> power point presentation - workshop/webinar

Webinar tasks:

Task 1:   http://da.padlet.com/tine_jespersen/peace           (tine_jespersen)

Task 2: http://da.padlet.com/tine_jespersen/peace2


Task 1:pre-knowing

Padlet: http://da.padlet.com/tine_jespersen/rz5jl0t36o0b


Children's Rights
Task 2: Qr-task

QR - codes
Correct answer


Local history involving local museums and older citizens.


How we worked http://issuu.com/gyseligt/docs/comeniusquestionare22

Newspaper http://issuu.com/gyseligt/docs/eb_thybor__n_skole

Good ideas for the theme Peace  >> Magazine as pdf
Putting 'Peace’ - in literature, daily life, history and Nobel Peace Prices - into perspective
Task 3 Google docs - how do we keep focus on Peace at school today dealing with the many refugees and immigrants comming to Europe?


My favourite free ICT tools:

Online magazines - upload your word or pdf and it is turned into an online magazine: www.issuu.com

National newspaper online editing tool for schools - with the possibility to have the newspaper printed (for free)

Online wall for sharing and creating without password - www.padlet.com

Online brainstorm for sharing and creating without password - www.mindmeister.com

google docs