Category Archives: competition

Projet Booktube — Partages !

Chers tous,

Petit point sur le projet Booktube et d'autres projets et partages à venir :

Diaporama qui accompagnera le webinaire sur Booktube et la littérature en ligne (5 février 2018 de 19 à 20h30)

Et le diaporama de présentation pour mes élèves :




N'hésitez pas à échanger, commenter, livrer vos idées pour aller plus loin ! J'ai encore beaucoup de temps pour améliorer le projet !… Visit the author's original post

Projet Booktube — Partages !

Chers tous,

Petit point sur le projet Booktube et d'autres projets et partages à venir :

Diaporama qui accompagnera le webinaire sur Booktube et la littérature en ligne (5 février 2018 de 19 à 20h30)

Et le diaporama de présentation pour mes élèves :




N'hésitez pas à échanger, commenter, livrer vos idées pour aller plus loin ! J'ai encore beaucoup de temps pour améliorer le projet !… Visit the author's original post

With the Summer term in full swing, schools across Scotland, England and Wales are getting excited about their own Famous Five adventures!

To mark the 75th Anniversary of Enid Blyton's 'The Famous Five' we invited all schools to take part in our exciting competition as a Literacy Project for their class or an after-school club project, in collaboration with Hachette Children’s Books. We have had so many schools across the country taking part in creating their own exclusive Famous Five Adventures and have loved seeing your enthusiasm for writing on Twitter!… Visit the author's original post

Hack The Classroom contest: Hacking Lessons with Sway

Sway logoHave your creative use of Sway featured on Sway.com!

During our September 24th Hack the Classroom event, we showcased Sway as a fun and easy tool for sharing content. To carry the momentum forward, we are running a competition to see who can develop the best lesson that includes the use of Sway as a creative method for delivering content to students. The winners will be announced live on June 27 during our live Hack the Classroom online event.

Visit the Microsoft Educator Community for further information

The winners  of the competition will:

  • Be featured on the Microsoft Educator Community
  • Have their Sway featured on the “My Sways” page on Sway.com

 How to participate

  • Create and publish your lesson plan on the Microsoft Educator Community
  • Be sure to embed your Sway (or Sways if you have more than one) using the section titled “Upload Sway and Embed”
  • Add details and supporting resources to your lesson so that any teacher could pick your lesson up and teach it in their own class.
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Slides I will use for the May 30 webinar with CYANE, French author. (French version of the May 2 webinar)


How can you attend the webinar?
Lien d'accès: https://webconf.vc.dfn.de/fairevivre/
Informations: https://v.gd/fairevivre
Inscription: http://lpm.lpm.uni-sb.de/Webinar/index3.php
Avec CYANE : auteur.… Visit the author's original post

9ème Forum des Enseignants Innovants : Article du Café Pédagogique (Projets littéraires)

Bonjour à tous,
Voici le dernier article du Café Pédagogique sur les projets littéraires de la section internationale américaine du Lycée Nelson Mandela :)
N'hésitez pas à envoyer un feedback !
ARTICLE

Breaking news! Global Teacher Prize

Well... I still cannot believe it!

I have been selected as one of the top 50 world educators (out of 20 000) by the Varkey Foundation.

Of course, what I really feel like is sharing it with my students whom I am so looking forward to seeing again!

Here are a few links:

- the TOP 50 announcement

- My page

Congratulations to all my students who have made it possible!

9ème Forum des Enseignants innovants: presentation of my OIB projects to the French Minsiter of Education

As some of you know, I have had to undergo emergency surgery. I am missing my dear students more than I can tell! And I still must lie down as much as possible.

That is why it has taken so long to write this post!

To My dear 10th grade students,

Your literature projects were selected by François Jarraud (Café Padagogique) to be presented to the French Minister of Education.

Your work and some of the content you created was really appreciated!… Visit the author's original post

OIB parents’ meeting slides

If you would like to learn more about the international section projects for this school year, feel free to read this post!



Enjoy!

And if you teach and would like to start a project with us, feel free to comment on the post!

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Kai Strand: Guest Writer…. and first Guest Speaker in the 10th grade Skype interview project!

I am honored to welcome Kai on my Blog!
She will be the first guest speaker and author to discuss her work with my students on October 13, 2016, at Lycée International Nelson Mandela, Nantes, France.
Here are the Project Padlet and the presentation slides I will use to study the excerpt from her novella.



Her post:
Hello! My name is Kai Strand. I write fiction for kids and teens. The main reason I choose to write for a younger audience is because they tend to be such passionate readers.… Visit the author's original post

2016 Paper Planes Creative Writing Competition


One American OIB student has won a creative writing prize, the second Paper Planes Poetry prize! Congratulations Charlotte!!!!!!
I am very proud of you!
Here is her poem:

Devour the pages

Fly through the words
Such as the most graceful of birds
Devour the pages
Pursuing the path of all sages
Immerse in a different universe
Beware, it can be diverse
From utopian to perverse
Dispel any type of limit
The spectacle of a race of dreams
Glorious and wild like the fiercest of
streams Convoluted schemes, reaching the extremes
Following a fluke, they split!… Visit the author's original post

“Someone Like Me” – Essay Winner Announced

Someone Like Me launch eventIn September we highlighted a new  Department of Justice and Equality sponsored competition aimed at promoting positive attitudes towards disability in schools and celebrating differences. On Thursday last, Minister of State for New Communities, Culture, Equality and Drugs Strategy Aodhán Ó Ríordáin  presented 12 year old Kerry  native, Bríd Courtney with this prestigious award at a special Awards Ceremony in Farmleigh House’ Dublin.

The awards were the culmination of a new national essay competition, entitled ‘Someone Like Me”’ designed to promote and highlight positive attitudes towards disability in primary schools.… Visit the author's original post

Celebrate their Differences

NO REPO FEE 16-9-2015 CHILDREN URGED TO “CELEBRATE THEIR DIFFERENCES”   Pic shows: Children’s author and rugby analyst Brent Pope  with primary school pupils (L-R) Misha Carroll (7) , Ruben  Pituc (7), Emma Moran (6) and Giancarlo Calegari (7) of Gardiner Street Convent School at the launch of Primary School competition promoting positive attitudes towards disabilities in Ireland in Dublin. Pic: Maxwell’s   CHILDREN URGED TO “CELEBRATE THEIR DIFFERENCES”   BRENT POPE JOINS MINISTER OF STATE AODHÁN Ó RÍORDAIN T.D. TO LAUNCH PRIMARY SCHOOLS COMPETITION PROMOTING POSITIVE ATTITUDES TOWARDS DISABILITIES IN IRELAND  Children’s author and rugby analyst Brent Pope took time out of his busy schedule ahead of the Rugby World Cup to join Minister of State Aodhán Ó Ríordáin T.D. and pupils from schools across Dublin including Gardiner Street Convent School, CRC School in Clontarf and St. Audoens, National School, Cook St today in Merrion Square to promote positive attitudes towards disability in schools around the country with the launch of a national primary schools essay competition entitled ‘Someone Like Me’.   With over 53,000 children under 15 years of age with disabilities in Ireland, primary schools around the country are being asked to encourage as many children as possible to get involved in the Department of Justice and Equality’s competition and celebrate the differences which make both themselves and their schoolmates unique. ‘Someone Like Me’ – New national primary schools essay competition

With over 53,000 children under 15 years of age with disabilities in Ireland, primary schools around the country are being asked to encourage as many children as possible to get involved in the Department of Justice and Equality’s competition and celebrate the differences which make both themselves and their schoolmates unique.

Brent Pope, rugby pundit author of many children’s books including Woody the Whale, The Wheezing Wolf, Bones, Arnold The Anteater and The Adventures of Herbie will be one of the judges of the competition.… Visit the author's original post

Competition in ICT skills and knowledge – Tesla Info Cup

 

Zvanicna prva str TIK 2015

 

Tesla Info Cup is competition for students ages 14 and 15 in ICT skills and knowledge,

TIK

This year were about 3000 participants from Serbia.

It is an honor to have my students qualified for the higher level of competition – as many as 18 students from the two schools. It will be realized on March 21, 2015 (Saturday) in Smederevo, Serbia.

Who knows – maybe some of them are next MIEExperts?

 

naslov tik2015

 

Students who qualified for the second level
of the competition:

Primary School „Mlada Pokolenja“ Kovačica  – 16 students:

1 Filip Straka         27 min 34 s 85.56

2.… Visit the author's original post

Competition in ICT skills and knowledge – Tesla Info Cup

 

Zvanicna prva str TIK 2015

 

Tesla Info Cup is competition for students ages 14 and 15 in ICT skills and knowledge,

TIK

This year were about 3000 participants from Serbia.

It is an honor to have my students qualified for the higher level of competition – as many as 18 students from the two schools. It will be realized on March 21, 2015 (Saturday) in Smederevo, Serbia.

Who knows – maybe some of them are next MIEExperts?

 

naslov tik2015

 

Students who qualified for the second level
of the competition:

Primary School „Mlada Pokolenja“ Kovačica  – 16 students:

1 Filip Straka         27 min 34 s 85.56

2.… Visit the author's original post

Mark your calendar for the 2015 Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship!

It’s official: the 2015 Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship will be held in Dallas, Texas on August 9-12, 2015! Join thousands of schools around the globe in the technology skills competition that provides a platform for students to showcase their expertise using Microsoft Office tools. By encouraging your students to participate, you'll help them gain the upper hand in today’s competitive academic and professional marketplace.

Entering its fourteenth year, countries from around the world will host local competitions to determine country and regional representatives based on exam scores and completion times.Visit the author's original post