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Monthly Newsletter Raise your ICT skills in raised gardens

November and December 2018

SLOVAKIA

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Slovak pupils prepared their school atrium for winter
They finished videos about themselves
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The pupils finished their video about school.

There is just a short video cut of the video about school, which will be soon available on project website

http://gardens.zshu.sk

SPAIN

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Spanish students introduced themselves in one common video
Students started to get some information about the different crops which could be selected for school raised beds
The students also started to work on the introducing of their area and region, effect of climate and its changes on crops through different kind of presentation
Finally project students shared obtained information and knowledge to their younger schoolmates (Peer to peer method)

Germany

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Students created video about school...
... and also about their home town
They also prepared some facts and information about Germany
Students worked on the growing cycles of 5 fast - growing plants 🥕
Students sow seeds of the fast growing plants (with colour and without colour)
This experiment explained the students how dangerous is water pollution for plants
The best logo made by German students which symbolizes the main idea of the project

Italy

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A Vegetable Garden at School
A meeting for getting support for implementation of the project
The main goal was to inform students and parents about the importance of Healthy eating
Why fruit & vegetables are important for a healthy lifestyle
and to give basic information of planting and growing vegetable garden
Dissemination
publication of the article about meeting on the school website
Let’s plan our vegetable garden
Season Greetings

Students made Xmas cards and wrote messages to send to their partners

HAPPY NEW ERASMUS+ YEAR 2019 🎉✈️💡🤝

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