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From Erasmus to Erasmus+  30 years of success for the National Agency of Greece (IKY) 

 

6th Primary school of Egaleo, 14A Papanikoli street, Egaleo, Athens Greece

Tel&Fax number: 0030 210 5981574

School webpage: https://6dimaigaleo.weebly.com/

GREEK ACTIVITIES SECTOR

 

 

September 2017 – Monthly report

  • Our 6th grade pupils were introduced to the three-year KA2 Erasmus+ S.T.E.A.M. project which will be implemented by them and their teachers, throughout the school year 2017-18. They were informed of the STEAM lessons they will have, as well as the whole workshops which are to follow.
  • Furthermore, they were also informed about the mobility to Spain (April 2018) and their obligations and tasks to be completed, by then.
  • They were told to prepare the Erasmus+ corner informing all the pupils of the school of the project.

SEPTEMBER ’17 ACTIONS & VISITS

 

Sep’17 – 6th Primary School of Egaleo/S.T.E.A.M. Erasmus+ corner (6th grades 2017-18)

Pupils of the two 6th grades of our school have designed and downloaded the S.T.E.A.M. images in order to create the erasmus+ corner.

Erasmus corner photo gallery

 

 

 

S.T.E.A.M. School outings

Sep’ 17- 6th Primary School of Egaleo visits Athens STEM Education Institute, 

(6th grades 2017-18)

Educational Introduction in STEM Robotics Course, photo gallery.

 

October 2017 – Monthly report

Oct’17-6th Primary School of Egaleo visits Athens Herakleidon Museum of Science

(6th grades 2017-18)

Athens Herakleidon Museum of Science, photo gallery

 

The photos underneath regard our 6th grade pupils who continued their work of the S.T.E.A.M. dissemination around their school and kept on improving the Erasmus+ corner as well as their classroom image, putting up posters.

Oct’17-6th Primary School of Egaleo/S.T.E.A.M. Erasmus+ corner and 6th grades 2017-18 classrooms 

 

 Photo gallery

 

 

Oct’17-6th Primary School of Egaleo/6th grades’ attempts for the STEAM Logo. Here are our pupils’ creations. 

Logo Photo Gallery

 

 

November 2017 – Monthly report

November started with the 6th grade pupils’ attempt to electronically discover the S.T.E.A.M. countries and their details. The kahoot web.2 tool was used and they really enjoyed the game. Photos can be seen underneath.

Nov’17-6th Primary school-6th grades-Kahoot STEAM countries electronic mapping.

Photo gallery

November 2017 – Poster and mapping of the STEAM countries-MEMO game

Nov’17-Pupils of the 6th grade were given the chance to learn and practice their knowledge of geography by making the STEAM countries poster and playing a MEMO game on which they memorized the STEAM countries, capitals and flags. Photos can be seen underneath.

Nov’17-Poster and mapping of the STEAM countries-MEMO game.

Photo gallery

  • Nov’17-6th Primary School of Egaleo-6th grades. Visit to STEM Education Institute, focusing on the Robotics Education.
  • Visit to STEM Education Institute photo gallery

 

 

1st T.P.M. (Transnational Project Meeting) Press Release 

 

ΥΛΟΠΟΙΗΣΗ ΕΥΡΩΠΑΪΚΟΥ ΠΡΟΓΡΑΜΜΑΤΟΣ

Στο πλαίσιο υλοποίησης του τριετούς ευρωπαϊκού προγράμματος KA2 Erasmus+/Strategic Partnerships με τίτλο:

S.T.E.A.M. Children Engineers Academy”,

αντιπροσωπεία του 6ου Δημοτικού Σχολείου Αιγάλεω, μετέβη στην Πολωνία από τις 7-9/11/2017 για την πρώτη συνάντηση των εταίρων και συμμετασχόντων στο πρόγραμμα.

Στο σχολείο του Czasław, Krakow, συναντήθηκαν εταίροι από την Ιταλία, Ισπανία, Εσθονία, Πολωνία και τη χώρα μας, προκειμένου να διευθετήσουν:

Α. τα καθήκοντα και τις αρμοδιότητες του κάθε εταίρου,

Β: να πληροφορηθούν σχετικά με τις οικονομικές και διαχειριστικές τους υποχρεώσεις και

Γ. να καθορίσουν τις κινητικότητες μαθητών κι εκπαιδευτικών που επίκεινται. Πιο συγκεκριμένα προσδιορίστηκε το ακριβές χρονοδιάγραμμα των μετακινήσεων μαθητών κι εκπαιδευτικών που θα λάβουν χώρα τα τρία επόμενα έτη.

IMPLEMENTATION OF AN Erasmus+ EUROPEAN PROGRAM

In the framework of the implementation of the three-year European program KA2 Erasmus + / Strategic Partnerships entitled:
“S.T.E.A.M. Children Engineers Academy “,
a delegation of the 6th Elementary School of Egaleo, went to Poland from 7-9/11/2017 for the first meeting of the partners and participants in the program.
At school in Czasław, Krakow, partners from Italy, Spain, Estonia, Poland and our country met in order to settle:
A. the tasks and responsibilities of each partner,
B: to be informed about their financial and management obligations and
C. to determine the mobilities of students and teachers who are affected. More specifically, the precise timetable for student and teacher travels to be carried out in the next three years was determined.

 

 

December 2017- Receiving the calendars from Spain!!

Photo Gallery

 

S.T.E.A.M. LESSON PLANS AND INSTRUCTIONS

The following S.T.E.A.M. instructions started in October 2017 and will be completed in 20 month lessons.

In each month one S.T.E.A.M. 90  minute-lesson will take place.

For the school year 2017-18 there will be 9 S.T.E.A.M. lessons which will have been completed by June’18.

Info on the particular lessons as well as photos and realia/material can also be seen on our school blog:

https://steam6dimaigal.wordpress.com/ 

 

S.T.E.A.M. Children Engineers Academy-1st year S.T.E.A.M. instructions

6th grades/6th primary school of Egaleo/School year ’17-’18 & ’19-’20

Teachers: Vasilis Chalampalakis-Ifigeneia Papadopoulou

In order to watch or teach one of our STEAM lessons, please have a look at the following:

 

 S.T.E.A.M. Children Engineer Academy-Greek lessons

 

LESSONS: 1st year – 1st Lesson/Oct’17

TITLE Meeting the kettle and the steam utensils    

 

 

  

THEME Science/Technology/Art/Engineering
GRADES 6th Grades
DURATION 90’(2X45 minutes approximately/per month)

 

REALIA-MATERIAS ·        Kettle, pot, skillet

·        Interactive board images of the above mentioned

·        Video showing their use while boiling

·        Note pads

OBJECTIVES Through the lesson, pupils will be able:

1.     To observe what steam utensil actually are.

2.     To realize the names people in Greece use for this kind of utensils.

3.     Find out that all these utensils are based on the steam function.

4.     Search on their own for other forms of utensils that have the same function (e.g. steam iron, cauldron/central heating)

 

 

DESCRIPTION Pupils will be shown a Kettle, a pot and a skillet. They will touch them, recognize and speak about their use. Then they will see different images of the above utensils on the interactive board. Also, they will be asked for the names Greeks use for these steam utensils. Finally, they will compare these utensils to other ones of the same use and note down all their remarks, including the names we use in Greece. They will be assigned homework in order to find out and make a power point with all the steam uses they have found out.

 

EVALUATION Evaluation indicators:

At the end of this two-hour presentation, pupils should be able to easily recognize any kind of steam utensil. Also they should have written all the results of their observation on their note pads. Furthermore, they should be able to provide examples of similar to the kettle utensils, on a power point presentation, they will have made at home.

1st year – 1st Lesson/Oct’17 / Meeting the kettle and the steam utensils  photo gallery

 

LESSONS : 1st year – 2d Lesson/Nov’17

TITLE Learning the use and function of the two kinds of kettle.

THEME Science/Technology/Engineering
GRADES 6th Grades
DURATION 90’(2X45 minutes approximately/per month)

 

REALIA-MATERIAS ·        Kettle, electric kettle

·        Interactive board

·        Videos showing the electric kettle and the skillet use:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SiLA0TQCK_c

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQAYkdZuzAghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hS-FQ4DsTNA

·        A4 paper showing the kettle/skillet parts

·        Note pads

OBJECTIVES Through the lesson, pupils will be able:

1.     To learn how to correctly use the steam kettles.

2.     Understand their different way of function.

3.       Search on their own and make a power point, presenting old and new kinds of kettles.

DESCRIPTION Pupils will be shown two kinds of kettles, the traditional and the electric one, as well as the skillet. Then they will watch the three videos to realize their different function. They will be assigned homework in order to find out operation manuals of kettles/skillets and present them to class.

 

EVALUATION Evaluation indicators:

At the end of this two-hour presentation, pupils should be able to easily describe the basic function difference between these two kinds of kettles/skillets. They should also learn how important is to study the operation manual, before use. They will be given empty images of the kettle parts in order to fill them in.

 

 1st year – 2d Lesson/Nov’17/Learning the use and function of the two kinds of kettle photo gallery

 

 

 

LESSONS: 1st year – 3d Lesson/Dec’17

TITLE Learning the phenomenon of Boiling

 

THEME Science/Technology/Engineering/Mathematics
GRADES 6th Grades
DURATION 90’(2X45 minutes approximately/per month)
REALIA-MATERIAS ·        Electric kettle

·        Interactive board

·        Video showing boiling:

·        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u8-Lp3dUnZk

·        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9U0QT6VSNaY

·        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CHn_lLbnm8c

·        Experiment in the classroom, showing water boiling

·        A4 paper, showing the way to convert from Celsius to Fahrenheit.

·        Note pads

OBJECTIVES Through the lesson, pupils will be able:

1.     To notice the boiling procedure while watching the experiment of water in a kettle and a small pot.

2.     To learn that there are two scales of temperature measurement. (Celsius and Fahrenheit)

3.     To compare these two scales and see some countries that use different temperature scales.

4.     To convert a random temperature from the Celsius scale to Fahrenheit.

5.     To learn that not all liquids have got the same boiling point.

 

DESCRIPTION Pupils will be shown boiling procedure while watching the experiment of water in a kettle and a small pot.

Then, they will watch a video on boiling. Afterwards they will watch a second video in order to understand the molecules motion and the different boiling point of the liquids.

Furthermore they will be told about the different scale temperature measurement and watch a video of how we can convert the one scale into the other and vice versa.

Finally, they will try to convert a random Celsius temperature into the correspond Fahrenheit one, based on a mathematical equation.

 

EVALUATION At the end of this two-hour presentation, pupils should be able to  describe the boiling procedure, in details. They should also be able to recognize the boiling point in the two different temperature measurement scales. Afterwards, they should definitely be able to convert temperature from the one scale to the other. Finally, they will be assigned to find which temperature scale measurement is used in d the European countries.

 

 1st year – 3d Lesson/Dec’17 / Learning the phenomenon of Boiling photo gallery

LESSONS: 1st year – 4th Lesson/Jan’18

 

TITLE Learning the phenomenon of Evaporation

 

THEME Science/Technology/Engineering
GRADES 6th Grades
DURATION 90’(2X45 minutes approximately/per month)
REALIA-MATERIAS ·        Electric kettle/beaker or pot

·        Interactive board

·        Experiment in the classroom, showing water evaporation

·        Video showing evaporation through boiling:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-sk3fhCryiY

·        Video showing the Water Cycle:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0F5ZQglK8OU

·        Video showing natural evaporation:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lupumRbJc-M

·        Note pads

OBJECTIVES Through the lesson, pupils will be able:

1.     To notice the evaporation procedure while watching the experiment of water in an electric kettle and a small beaker or pot.

2.     To learn that there are two kinds of evaporation. The one that comes through boiling and the natural one that takes place above seas, lakes, rivers etc.

3.     To compare these two kinds of evaporation.

4.     To learn the Natural Evaporation Laws

(When there is Evaporation acceleration)

5.     To learn about the volatile liquids e.g. white spirit/acetone

6.        To revise their knowledge on the Water Cycle.

DESCRIPTION Pupils will be shown the Evaporation procedure while watching the experiment of water boiling in a beaker or a pot.

Then, they will watch a video on the Evaporation through boiling. Afterwards they will watch a second video on the natural evaporation, that takes place all over the planet, above liquid surfaces. They will talk and compare about the differences between these two kinds of evaporation and they will also discuss on the topic of the Laws of Evaporation.

Furthermore they will be shown a video on the water Cycle, referring to the natural phenomena, included in it.

EVALUATION At the end of this two-hour presentation, pupils should be able to  comprehend the Evaporation procedure. They should also know that there are two kinds of evaporation. Furthermore they should be able to describe the different stages of the Water Cycle.  Finally, they will be assigned to write down and set examples, showing the Laws of Evaporation. Apart from that, they will be asked to write in a diagram the different stages of the Water Cycle.

 1st year – 4th Lesson/Jan’18 photo gallery

 

LESSONS: 1st year – 5th Lesson/Feb’18

TITLE Condensation. Boiling and Evaporation review.

 

 

THEME Science/Technology
GRADES 6th Grades
DURATION 90’(2X45 minutes approximately/per month)
REALIA-MATERIAS ·        Beaker or pot

·        Interactive board

·        Experiment in the classroom, showing water condensation

·        Video showing Boiling Evaporation and Condensation/Desalinization:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNnytH2NsDo

·        Video showing natural Evaporation and Condensation:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SfzUBe7lp44

·        Video presenting condensation and its house avoidance:

·        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bfUtBz8Pwyo

·        Video showing the change of the natural condition:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wBUeXssJvz0

·        Video showing how condensation works:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mjBiHCk2V2A

·        Slide share task quiz on the Evaporation/Condensation

https://www.slideshare.net/gregzer/ss-2889139

OBJECTIVES Through the lesson, pupils will be able:

1.     To review the boiling evaporation procedure. They then will watch the phenomenon of condensation and will remember the desalinization procedure.

2.     To review the two kinds of evaporation. The one that comes through boiling and the natural one that takes place above seas, lakes, rivers etc. (Natural Evaporation Laws)

3.     To learn how to avoid condensation inside the house, applying and following some practical advice.

4.     To review the change of the natural condition (water into vapor and back to water).

5.       To finally comprehend the phenomenon of condensation.

DESCRIPTION Pupils will be shown the two first review videos on the Evaporation procedure and the Condensation as well as the desalinization.

Then, they will be asked to execute an experiment on condensation through boiling. Afterwards, they will also execute another experiment on natural condensation. In addition, they will watch the 5th video which is the same one as the experiment, they executed. After that, they will learn about the Natural Condensation Consequences and how they affect the house and its humidity. They will also watch (3rd video) some practical ways to avoid it. Finally they will watch the 4th video, in order to remember the change of the natural condition, in relation to the energy increase (liquid to vapor) and the energy decrease (vapor to liquid). At the end pupils will work on an interactive quiz based on the above. (https://www.slideshare.net/gregzer/ss-2889139 )

EVALUATION At the end of this two-hour presentation, pupils should be able to  comprehend all the procedures so far:

·        Boiling

·         Evaporation through boiling

·         Natural Evaporation

·         Condensation (both natural and through boiling)

·         The Water Cycle.

They should also know that the natural condensation plays an important role in the humidity of the house and they should follow some steps in order to decrease it, in their own houses.

 1st year – 5th Lesson/Feb’18 photo gallery

LESSONS: 1st year – 6th Lesson/Mar ’18

TITLE

 

 

Kettle Energy Efficiency

THEME Mathematics/Science/Technology
GRADES 6th Grades
DURATION 90’(2X45 minutes approximately/per month)
REALIA-MATERIAS ·        Beaker and kettle

·        Interactive board

·        Experiment in the classroom, showing kettle and beaker boiling time

·        Video showing Boiling

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n2v7JaSvI5M

OBJECTIVES Through the lesson, pupils will be able:

1.     To compare the water boiling time between a beaker and a kettle, by watching the above video and running an experiment in class.

2.     To find out that there is a difference in the final water temperature between the water boiled in the beaker and the one in the kettle.

3.     To learn how to calculate the Energy Efficiency of both the beaker and the kettle.

4.     To learn how much energy (Joules) is needed for 1kg of water to raise its temperature by 1 degree Celsius.

5.     To learn to compare the amount of Useful Energy and the Energy supplied.

6.       Finally, to learn how to solve the Energy Efficiency equation for every boiling utensil.

DESCRIPTION Pupils will be shown a video in order to compare the water boiling time between a beaker and a kettle. They will also find out the difference in the final water temperature between the water boiled in the beaker and the one in the kettle immediately after the boiling point. They will be given a data table, so as to note down their remarks along with the experiment. After the end of the experiment they will see the Energy needed for the water to boil in these two different utensils. They will have to calculate the amount of useful energy and the energy supplied in both cases, concurrently realizing the Energy losses. Finally, they must understand that the quotation of this division can never be above 100% because if something like this happened, our planet wouldn’t have an energy problem.

At the end of the lesson, there is going to be a discussion on the importance of using Low Energy Efficiency Utensils.

EVALUATION At the end of this two-hour presentation, pupils should be able to

·        Solve the Energy Efficiency Equation

·        Comprehend that the more quantity of a liquid to be boiled demands more time, more temperature and of course more amount of Energy.  Evaporation through boiling

·        Find themselves if the utensils they use at home, are Energy Efficiency ones.

 

1st year – 6th Lesson/Mar ’18 photo gallery

LESSONS: 1st year – 7th Lesson/Apr ’18

TITLE Pupils’ preparation for a Treasure Hunt game using QR codes /Running a recipe, making a cake using tablets, QR codes and Google Keep

QR code

THEME Science/Technology/Art/Engineering
GRADES 6th Grades
DURATION 90’(2X45 minutes)
REALIA-MATERIAS ·        Truffle ingredients

·        Tablets

·        QR Code Generator & QR Code Reader App

·        Interactive board notes

·        Google Keep App

·        Google Docs

·        Kahoots

OBJECTIVES Through the lesson, pupils will:

1.     Pupils will select their teams and every team will select “their chief” for the Treasure Hunt game.

2.     They will then be informed of the obligations and the duties of each team member.

3.     They will collaboratively work in teams using the tablets, in order to take part in the treasure hunt game.

4.     They will follow commands-steps in order to run the recipe.

5.     They will “read” the QR codes using their tablets for the recipe running and finally share it on their Google Keep profile.

6.     They will apply the instructions-comments of the recipe.

7.     They will hear a recorded Google Keep command and apply it.

8.     They will make the sweets working in a collaborative way.

9.     They will take photos and store them on their Google Keep profiles, where they will be also visible by the Collaborator-Instructor.

 

 

DESCRIPTION Pupils will select their teams, which is something that will prepare them for a collaborative cooperation. Then will also select their chief and be informed of the Treasure Hunt. They will “play” the Treasure Hunt using their tablets (Mobile Learning) and QR codes, in order to find the hidden ingredients for making a recipe. Through a game playing and an enjoyable way, they will try to solve the QR code riddles and find the recipe ingredients. Using their tablets and ICT will read the riddles hidden in the QR codes.

Following specific commands and instructions, they will work in teams and be taught in a game playing way, using at the same time technology, the basic fundamentals of the algorithms and the programming (Computational Thinking). Furthermore, they will use the Google Keep app and “upload” photos so there will be a direct feedback between the teacher and the pupils themselves

EVALUATION Evaluation indicators:

At the end of this two-hour lessons teaching procedure, pupils will have comprehended the collaboration procedure through a PC (Computer Supported Collaborative Learning), and will participate in the Treasure Hunt game through Mobile Learning, following particular steps and achieving in this way their introduction into the meaning of the algorithms.

They will also have comprehended the basic fundamentals of the  rule programming and will have their first aspect of the basic commands/instructions of repetition and choice. They will have been acquainted with the QR codes technology and will simultaneously learn the Google Keep and Google Docs applications. Pupils will have worked in teams, using their mobile devices in a funny and innovative way discovering the Mobile Learning, in the context of CSCL (Computer Supported Collaborative Learning) which has been proven to offer multiple benefits to the teaching procedure, both at a cognitive level and at a collaboration quality level, among the pupils.

Finally, pupils will have collaboratively worked in a funny and innovative way.

 

1st year – 7th Lesson/Apr ’18 photo gallery

 

 

LESSONS: 1st year –8th Lesson/May’18

TITLE  Presentation creation on Google Docs – Slides using the Google Keep and specific words – key words. Final presentation of the tasks. Teaching intervention assessment, using the Kahoot.

QR code

 

THEME Science/Technology/Art/Engineering
GRADES 6th Grades
DURATION 90’(2X45 minutes)
REALIA-MATERIAS ·        Truffle ingredients

·        Tablets

·        QR Code Generator & QR Code Reader App

·        Interactive board notes

·        Google Keep App

·        Google Docs

·        Kahoots

OBJECTIVES Through the lesson, pupils will be able:

1.     To use the Google Keep application, utilizing the phtos they took during the recipe running.

2.     They will create a presentation on the Google Docs, using key words of the basic programming commands, seen on the interactive board.

3.     Every team will prepare the presentation they made during the third lesson.

4.     They will be assessed by the Kahoot application using their tablets.

 

 

DESCRIPTION During the third lesson pupils will be at the ICT lab and using the PCs, will create a Google Slide presentation, including the steps-commands of the recipe they made. Simultaneously, they will use particular key words seen on the interactive board, such as (if..then…otherwise…for so many times….begin….end…).

They will once more use the tablets to upload and insert photos in their presentations, taken by themselves during the recipe running.

 

EVALUATION Evaluation indicators:

At the end of the third lesson pupils will have comprehended the meaning of the algorithms and the basic fundamentals that rule programming. They will know programming key-words, like begin/end, as well as choice commands: if/then/else and repetition ones like while or for. They will have learnt the Google Keep and Google Docs applications. They will experience that technologies such as the above ones, communicate and will see the utility of such communication.

At the end of this four-hour lesson (the one before and this one), pupils will also have comprehended the basic fundamentals of the rule programming and will have their first aspect of the basic commands/instructions of repetition and choice.

They will have been acquainted with the QR codes technology and will simultaneously learn the Google Keep and Google Docs applications.

Pupils will have worked in teams, using their mobile devices in a funny and innovative way discovering the Mobile Learning, in the context of CSCL (Computer Supported Collaborative Learning) which has been proven to offer multiple benefits to the teaching procedure, both at a cognitive level and at a collaboration quality level, among the pupils.

Finally, pupils will have collaboratively worked in a funny and innovative way.

 

 

1st year – 8th Lesson/May ’18 photo gallery

 

1st L.T.T.A. to Spain – Press Release

S.T.E.A.M. Spain Press release

S.T.E.A.M. Press Release

European project “S.T.E.A.M. – Children Engineers Academy ”

1st Transnational Learning Activity in Spain

 

In the context of the implementation of the European Erasmus + KA2 Strategic Partnerships program entitled “S.T.E.A.M. Children Engineers Academy “, a delegation of the 6th Primary School of Egaleo, consisting of three teachers and four students of the 6th grade, went to Colegio Jaby, SL in Torrejon De Ardoz, Spain for the first Learning Teaching Training Activity of all partners and participants in the program .

The students of our school attended the Spanish school on a daily basis and participated in workshops that involved the implementation of the above program.

An important activity took place in the central square of the city with the participation of all students of the Spanish College and students from all countries in the presence of Local Authorities. Actions, related to S (Science) T (Technology) E (Engineering) A (Art) and M (Mathematics) were presented.

In time after school, they were given the opportunity to take a guided tour of the city with all the school children.

They were also given the opportunity – after parents’ initiative to host students – to visit the Real Madrid Bernabeu Stadium.

They also visited one of Spain’s oldest and most historic cities, Alcala De Henares, the birthplace of Miguel Cervantes, author of Don Quixote, as well as Patones De Arriba, a village that remained free throughout Frankish occupation.

Finally, they found themselves in Madrid where they travelled to the most important monuments of the city.

The visit was completed with a presentation of the first six activities of the 1st year that our students had prepared in Greece. The results were creative. It is worth noting that our students have distinguished themselves for their ability to communicate in foreign languages ​​and their ethos.

At this meeting, the further progress of the three-year project and the timetable for the preparation of the three subsequent student activities were determined by September 18.

 

 

 

 

 

 

1st year – 9th Lesson/June ’18 

S.T.E.A.M. Children Engineer Academy

 

LESSONS: 1st year – 9th Lesson/Jun’18

TITLE Teapot inspires Art.

 

THEME Art/Technology
GRADES 6th Grades
DURATION 90’(2X45 minutes approximately/per month)
REALIA-MATERIAS ·        Interactive board

·        “The Magic Kettle” by Andrew Lang, fairy tale audio narration, in English along with a visual image of the tale.

·        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCxO1lTJPfU

http://etc.usf.edu/lit2go/142/the-crimson-fairy-book/5145/the-magic-kettle/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HNHlDLkh634

·        Working sheet

·        Drawing paper

·        Cartons and markers

·        Tablets

OBJECTIVES Through the lesson, pupils will be able:

1.     To realize that teapot inspired all forms of Art, over the years.

2.     To exercise their listening abilities in the English language.

3.     To exercise their reading abilities in English.

4.       To comprehend a fairy tale written in English, by answering questions based on its content putting them down on their working sheets.

5.       To draw and color teapots on their drawing papers.

6.       Finally, by using their tablets, to draw a teapot applying a specific application on painting.

DESCRIPTION Pupils will be shown a fairy tale in the English language, entitled “The Magic Kettle” on the interactive board while simultaneously will be listening to its narration. Afterwards a pupil will repeat and narrate the same fairy tale in Greek. Finally, pupils will have to answer comprehension questions based on the fairy tale, in their working sheets. Then, they will be given several teapot images and they will be asked to paint and decorate them in their favorite pattern.

Afterwards, they will be given tablets on which – working in teams- will also paint teapots using downloaded a special on painting application.

 

EVALUATION At the end of this two-hour lesson, pupils should be able to:

·        Realize that Art has been inspired by the teapot over the years.

·        Teapots have been decorated or painted by artists

·        Fairy tales have included teapot and become very successful.

·        Listening to the English fairy tale, understand, comprehend, narrate and write down their notes.

S.T.E.A.M. Children Engineer Academy

 

1st year – 9th Lesson/June’18 photo gallery

 

1st L.T.T.A. to Spain/Pupils’ Presentation

The 6th grade pupils who travelled to Torrejon De Ardoz for the 1st L.T.T.A. presented their visit to the 4th, 5th and 6th graders of our school. After the presentations they were asked and answered questions. Here is their presentation:

Pupils’ presentation photo gallery

 

The 6th grade pupils who travelled to Torrejon De Ardoz, Spain for the 1st L.T.T.A. were interviewed and answered questions describing their experience in Spain. Here are their interviews!

 

S.T.E.A.M. 2nd Dissemination Activity

A dissemination activity took place  in our school on 15th of June 2018. All parents of our school were informed of the S.T.E.A.M. progress and its activities for the next two years. The Director of the Education Administration, as well as the Parents’ Council members, attended the presentation.

Photo Gallery

 

 

STEAM Skype teleconference between the Italian and the Greek school

In the context of the celebration of the Erasmus+ day in Italy, a skype teleconference took place between our STEAM partner school in Monterotondo, Italy and ours (6th Primary School) in Egaleo, on the 12th of October’2018. It was nice to see pupils and teachers focused on the completion of our project. We would very much like to thank Italy for this initiative!!

Teleconference photos gallery

 

S.T.E.A.M. Children Engineer Academy/STEAM Lessons

2nd year – 10th Lesson/September ’18 

 

LESSON: 2nd year – 10th Lesson/Sep’18

 

LESSON PLAN: 1st year – 10th Lesson/Sep’18

TITLE The teapot that became flower pot (Hans Christian Andersen

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THEME Art/Technology
GRADES 6th Grades
DURATION 90’(2X45 minutes approximately/per month)
REALIA-MATERIAS ·        Interactive board

·        “The Teapot” by Hans Christian Andersen, fairy tale in English.

·        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rLZ7Le-5RvM

·        http://visithcandersen.dk/eng-the-tea-pot.htm

·        http://minosathkar.blogspot.gr/2012/10/blog-post_23.html

·        https://www.jigsawexplorer.com/online-jigsaw-puzzle-player.html?url=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cudHNhaS5nci90c2FpX21vYmkvNjQwL1RBU18yMjMwX0FDLTkwOTguanBn

·        Drawing paper

·        Cartons and markers

OBJECTIVES Through the lesson, pupils will be able:

1.     To realize that teapot inspired all forms of Art, over the years.

2.     To exercise their listening abilities in the English language.

3.     To exercise their reading abilities in English.

4.       To comprehend a fairy tale written in English, by answering questions based on its content putting them down on their note pads.

5.       To draw and color the fairy tale on their drawing papers.

6.     To complete an electronic puzzle depicting a teapot, on the interactive board.

DESCRIPTION Pupils will be shown a fairy tale in the English language, entitled “The Teapot” by Hans Christian Andersen on the interactive board while simultaneously will be listening to its narration. Afterwards a pupil will repeat and narrate the same fairy tale in Greek. Finally, pupils will have to answer comprehension questions based on the fairy tale, in their note pads. Afterwards, they will be asked about the answers they gave and their different perspectives. There will be a transformation of their answers in real life (parents and children). The fairy tale will be given to them in Greek, so they will be asked to draw and color it, depicting the fairy tale on their drawing papers. Then they will solve an electronic  puzzle on the interactive board.
EVALUATION At the end of this two-hour lesson, pupils should be able to:

·        Realize that Art has been inspired by the teapot over the years.

·        Fairy tales have included teapot and become very successful.

·        Fairy tales depict the real life and formulate the positive attitudes in it.

·        Listening to the English fairy tale, understand, comprehend, narrate and write down their notes, improving their English use of language.

·        Electronically depict a teapot on the interactive board.

 

 

S.T.E.A.M. Children Engineer Academy/STEAM Lessons

2nd year – 11th Lesson/October ’18 

 

LESSON PLAN: 2nd year –11th Lesson/Oct 2018

TITLE Introduction to programming using the online Lightbot game for the 5th grade pupils of the Primary school.
THEME Science/Technology
GRADES 5th Grades
DURATION 90’ (2X45 minutes)
REALIA-MATERIAS ·        Internet

·        Computers

·        Interactive Board

OBJECTIVES Through the lesson, pupils will:

1. understand the reasoning of successive commands in programming

2. enhance and comprehend the reasoning of repetition

3. understand the reasoning of command orders

4. understand the concept of Procedures in Computer Programming

DESCRIPTION Over these two lessons, an introduction to the concept of programming takes place, and then pupils, helped by their teacher, simulate themselves a robot which receives orders for the preparation of a simple recipe.

They are then given explanations and instructions on how to play Lightbot. In Lightbot there is also the concept of Procedures and more detailed explanations are given by the teacher as this concept is a bit more complicated for primary school pupils.

EVALUATION Evaluation indicators:

Pupils divided into groups will enter the computers of the computer lab to play the “Minecraft” game, on the www.hourofcode.com, which actually requires these commands to be used. There will be an ICT teacher observing and supporting the whole process. Finally, students will respond on a Kahoot quiz!

 

LESSON PLAN: 2nd year –11th Lesson/Oct 2018/photo gallery

 

S.T.E.A.M. Children Engineer Academy/STEAM Lessons

2nd year – 12th Lesson/November’18 

 

LESSON PLAN: 2nd year –12th Lesson/Nov’ 2018

 

TITLE Introduction to blockly programming using units from www.Hourofcode.com  for the 5th grade pupils of the Primary school.
THEME Science/Technology
GRADES 5th Grades
DURATION 90’(2X45 minutes)
REALIA-MATERIAS ·        Internet

·        Computers

·        Interactive Board

OBJECTIVES Through the lesson, pupils will:

1. understand the reasoning of successive commands in programming

2. enhance and comprehend the reasoning of repetition

3. understand the reasoning of command orders

4. understand the blockly commands in programming

DESCRIPTION These two hours, pupils play games from www.hourofcode.com which include “Run Marco”, and “Star Wars” games, while they are watching the corresponding videos with given instructions. They familiarize themselves with blockly development throughout the www.hourofcode.com and these applications finally help them to understand the concepts of repeat and selection commands. All activities will be grouped together.

 

EVALUATION Evaluation indicators:

Pupils divided into groups will enter the computers of the computer lab to play the “Minecraft” game, on the www.hourofcode.com, which actually requires these commands to be used. There will be an ICT teacher observing and supporting the whole process. Finally, students will respond on a Kahoot quiz!

 

LESSON PLAN: 2nd year –12th Lesson/Nov’ 2018/Photo Gallery

 

 

S.T.E.A.M. 2019 CALENDARS 

In the context of the S.T.E.A.M. dissemination activities Greece and Italy took the responsibility of editing the S.T.E.A.M. project calendars for 2019, second year of our project.

Here are some photos before the calendars trip to the project countries.

 

 

We wish everyone a fruitful and Happy New Year 2019!! C u all soon in Italy!!!

 

 

S.T.E.A.M. Children Engineer Academy/STEAM Lessons

2nd year – 13th Lesson/December’18 

LESSON PLAN: 2nd year –13th Lesson/Dec’ 2018

TITLE Introduction to map scale/Calculating distances

THEME Science/Technology/Mathematics
GRADES 5th Grades
DURATION 90’ (2X45 minutes)
REALIA-MATERIAS ·        Internet

·        Computers

·        Interactive Board

·        Wall maps

·        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ixEcrWzIi30

OBJECTIVES Through the lesson, pupils will:

1.     Locate the basic elements of a map (title, memorandum, scale and orientation)

2.     Recognize what the map scale is and mention its importance.

3.     Compare the map scales of two different maps.

4.     Estimate and calculate the real distance between two points on the map, at a straight line, based on the map scale.

5.       Collaborate in teams in order to solve problems/Verbally communicate talking about the results of their tasks

DESCRIPTION 1st Activity

Pupils divided into teams search different maps in order to find out if every map contains all elements necessary and fill their findings in their worksheets.

2nd Activity

All pupils are asked to work on the google map, focusing on the map of Greece. Pupils will find out that the more focus we have on a small area the most scale length increases. Pupils fill in their findings in their worksheets.

 

 

 

3rd Activity

Afterwards, a group of pupils will work on the geography book map, another group will do the same on the Greek wall map and the last one on their Geography school map book (ATLAS). Pupils will find out that the denominator of the scale fraction increases/decreases according to the kind of the map.

Pupils fill in their findings in their worksheets.

 

 

4th Activity

Pupils notice that the map scale is written in two different ways, as follows:

Scale=1: 250.000

Scale= 1/1.200.000

 

5th Activity

Pupils calculate real distances using their rulers on their geography maps. They write down the distance in centimeters then convert into meters and then into kilometers, according to the following equation:

Map distance                     1

………………………= …………………………..

Real distance                      X

 

In the same activity, pupils will be given the real distance between two cities and they will have to find how it is depicted on the map, solving the same equation, and converting kms into meters, centimeters etc.

 

 

 

 

 

EVALUATION Evaluation indicators:

Pupils divided into groups will fill in the worksheets concerning the above mentioned activities.

 

March 2019

In the context of S.T.E.A.M. project on the 17/03/2019, the Szkola Podstawowa im. M. Kopernika w Czaslawiu, Poland and the 6th Primary School of Egaleo, Athens ,Greece) had a SKYPE teleconference and both schools pupils had the chance to play a kahoot game on their tablets. The game was based on St Patrick and his life. Both school pupils enjoyed it and the Greek ones learned a lot about a Saint who is not known in Greece. We would like to thank the Polish school pupils for their participation and the nice song and dance they did for us!!!!

SKYPE teleconference photo Gallery

 

 

 

S.T.E.A.M. Children Engineer Academy-Greek lesson plans

LESSON PLAN: 2nd year –14th Lesson/Jan’ 2019

 

TITLE Fan Robot creation with a motion sensor
THEME Science/Technology/Art/Engineering
GRADES 5th Grades
DURATION 90’(2X45 minutes)
REALIA-MATERIAS ·        8 Lego WeDo 2.0 Robot Kits

·        8 Tablets

·        Interactive Whiteboard

·        P.C.

OBJECTIVES Through the lesson, pupils will be able to:

1.     Become familiar with the concept of temperature and the need to deal with it.

2.     Become familiar with the notion of wind energy

3.     Create a fan using Lego blocks step by step

4.     Program a series of commands on the tablet

5.     Try to change the fan power

6.       Understand the concept of the sensor

DESCRIPTION During the course, pupils will be given a problematic situation to find a solution and implement it. The problem-situation is the high temperature and the solution of creating a fan. Step by step students, divided into groups of two or three, will create a fan with Lego Blocks and then with the help of tablets will try to program commands in order to turn the fan on. Then they will test changes in the fan power while they incorporate a sensor that will command a start or pause depending on whether it detects motion or not.
 

 

 

EVALUATION

 

 

Evaluation indicators:

At the end of this two-hour course pupils will have faced and resolved a problematic situation with the help of technology, IT and robotics.

They will experience the concept of wind energy and some forms of use.

They will be familiar with the Lego WeDo 2.0 environment as well as with the command blocks.

They will create a program (algorithm) to solve a real problem.

They will combine some STEM concepts into a two-hour teaching – science – technology – etc.

They will work in teams and will experience the benefits of group co-operation.

 

 

S.T.E.A.M. Children Engineer Academy-Greek lesson plans 

LESSON PLAN: 2nd year – 15th lesson, Feb’19

TITLE  Milo Robot Creation – wheel drive and motion sensor for finding an object
THEME Science/Technology/Art/Engineering
GRADES 5th Grades
DURATION 90’(2X45 minutes)
REALIA-MATERIAS ·        8 Lego WeDo 2.0 Robot Kits

·        8 Tablets

·        Interactive Whiteboard

·        P.C.

OBJECTIVES Through the lesson, pupils will be able to:

1.     Learn how to create robots and unmanned missions in remote and inaccessible locations.

2.     Understand the concept of movement and speed.

3.     Learn how to create robots and unmanned missions in remote and inaccessible locations.

4.     Understand the concept of movement and speed.

5.     Create a step by step robot on Milo using Lego blocks.

6.     Make commands on their tablets

7.     Try to change the speed of the robot

  1. Locate objects with the sensor and schedule the robot to respond with a message.
 

 

DESCRIPTION

 

 

During the course, pupils will be given a problematic situation in order to find a solution and implement it.

They will think as if they were scientists who need to know and explore places and particularly places that cannot be approached. Step by step, pupils, divided into groups of two or three will create a Milo robot using Lego Blocks and then try using tablet and programming commands to put it into operation.

They will install a sensor and create artificial objects so that when the sensor detects them to respond by sending a message. Then they will experience changes in robot speed and response to the new findings according to the instructor’s instructions.

EVALUATION Evaluation indicators:

·        At the end of the two-hour course pupils will have faced and resolved a problematic situation with the help of technology, IT and robotics. They will be in the spirit of the problems faced by Nasa scientists and will know the need to create satellites, robots and unmanned missions. They will learn about Mars mission and its evolution as well as its importance in the advancement of science.

·        They will experience the concept of speed but also ways of increasing it.

·        They will be familiar with the Lego WeDo 2.0 environment as well as with the command blocks.

·        They will create a program (algorithm) to solve a real problem.

·        They will combine some STEM concepts into a two-hour teaching – science – technology – etc. Finally, pupils will work in teams and will experience the benefits of group co-operation.

 

S.T.E.A.M. Children Engineer Academy-Greek lesson plans 

LESSON PLAN: 2nd year – 16th lesson, Mar’19

TITLE Pull robot creation able to move, equipped with a container for transferring objects.
THEME Science/Technology/Art/Engineering
GRADES 5th Grades
DURATION 90’(2X45 minutes)
REALIA-MATERIAS ·        8 Lego WeDo 2.0 Robot Kits

·        8 Tablets

·        Interactive Whiteboard

·        P.C.

OBJECTIVES Through the lesson, pupils will be able to:

1. Understand the concept of forces as well as the concept of opposing forces.

2. Become familiar with the need and way of transporting heavy objects.

3. Create a step-by-step pulling robot using Lego blocks

4. Make commands on the tablet

5. Try to change the speed and power of the robot

6. Experiment with the transfer of objects using different weights and observe/notice the differences.

 

DESCRIPTION During the course, pupils will be given a problematic situation to find a solution and implement it. They will think that they will carry very heavy objects and will find cases on a daily routine of such needs. Step by step pupils , divided into groups of two or three, will create a pulling robot using Lego Blocks and then will try using tablets and programming commands, to put it into operation. They will place different weight objects within the transport frame and note the different function of the robot. With the help of their teacher, they will conclude why the robot reacts differently but will also identify the need to increase the power of the robot through engine commands.

 

EVALUATION Evaluation indicators:

At the end of the two-hour course pupils will have faced and resolved a problematic situation with the help of technology, IT and robotics. They will enter into the spirit of forces, opposing forces and the way of transporting very heavy objects.

They will experience the need to change the power that each time needs to be exercised in some objects.

They will be familiar with the Lego WeDo 2.0 environment as well as with the command blocks.

They will create a program (algorithm) to solve a real problem.

They will combine some STEM concepts into a two-hour teaching – science – technology – etc.

Pupils will work in teams and will experience the benefits of group co-operation.

 

S.T.E.A.M. Children Engineer Academy-Greek lesson plans 

LESSON PLAN: 2nd year – 17th lesson, Apr’19

TITLE Pull Motion Robot equipped with container for transferring objects – Tugs
THEME Science/Technology/Art/Engineering
GRADES 5th Grades
DURATION 45’(1X45 minutes)
REALIA-MATERIAS ·        8 Lego WeDo 2.0 Robot Kits

·        8 Tablets

·        Interactive Whiteboard

·        P.C.

OBJECTIVES Through the lesson, pupils will be able to:

1.     Understand the concept of forces as well as the concept of opposing forces.

2.     Become familiar with the need and way of transporting heavy objects.

3.     Create a step-by-step pulling robot using Lego blocks

4.     Make commands on the tablet

5.     Try to change the speed and power of the robot

6.     Experiment with the transfer of objects with different weights and observe and notice the differences

  1. Play with each other and create Taglines experiencing the concept of Powers.
DESCRIPTION During the course, pupils will be given a problematic situation to find a solution and implement it. They will think that they will carry very heavy objects and will find cases from their daily routine of such needs.

Step by step pupils, divided into groups of two or three will create a pulling robot using Lego Blocks and then will try using tablets and programming commands to put it into operation. They will place different weight objects within the transport frame and note the different function of the robot. With the help of their teacher, they will conclude why the robot reacts differently but will also identify the need to increase the power of the robot through engine commands. As a result of the previous lesson, pupils will join their robotics and play Tugs and see who and why wins.

 

EVALUATION Evaluation indicators:

At the end of the course pupils will have faced and solved a problematic situation with the help of technology, informatics and robotics. They will enter into the spirit of forces, opposing forces and the way of transporting very heavy objects.

They will experience the need to change the power that each time needs to be exercised in some objects.

They will play, entertain and through Gamification will learn who and why wins in Taglines. (Powers – Science).

They will be familiar with the Lego WeDo 2.0 environment as well as with the command blocks.

They will create a program (algorithm) to solve a real problem.

They will combine some STEM concepts into a two-hour teaching – Science – technology – etc.

The pupils will work in teams and will experience the benefits of group co-operation.

 

S.T.E.A.M. Children Engineer Academy-Greek lesson plans 

LESSON PLAN: 2nd year – 18th Lesson/May’19

TITLE How do electric kettles work

 

THEME Science/Engineering
GRADES 5th and 6th Grades
DURATION 45’
REALIA-MATERIAS ·        Electric kettle

·        Interactive board

·        Note pads

·        How do electric kettles work? – Kitchen Appliance Explained

o   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wyYoE4fXKbE

·        Heat Transfer in Electric Kettle

o   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-nq5imM4EiE

 

OBJECTIVES Through the lesson, pupils will be able:

1.     To notice that the boiling procedure happens because of the coil which is at the bottom of the kettle.

2.     Also, to find out that some kettles have a plate at their bottom but the principle is the same.

3.     Pupils will notice that the coil and the heating element is connected to the electricity and when plugged the kettle will start working.

4.     Pupils will find out that the water next to the heating element is hotter, rises while the cold water falls down to take its place.

 

DESCRIPTION Pupils will be shown two videos showing the function of the kettle.

They will also be told – while watching – about the molecules motion.

EVALUATION At the end of this one-hour presentation, pupils should be able to describe the way that kettles work.

They will also be able to explain why we have this particular motion of the molecules.

 

S.T.E.A.M. Children Engineer Academy-Greek lesson plans 

LESSON PLAN: 2nd year – 19th Lesson/June’19

TITLE Construction of a simple kettle

 

THEME Science/Technology/Engineering
GRADES 5th and 6th Grades
DURATION 90’ (A two 45minute-lesson)
REALIA-MATERIALS ·        Electric kettle

·        Interactive board

·        Note pads

·        How to make an electric kettle experiment

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u0QhtT7zNHY

 

OBJECTIVES Through the lesson, pupils will be able:

1.     To construct a kettle using simple materials

2.       To realize that the kettle is both one of the most usual electrical appliances at home and very easy to construct.

DESCRIPTION Pupils will be shown the above video concerning the construction of a kettle. Afterwards they are going to make a kettle using the following materials:

1.     A 9volt battery

2.     Α glass.

3.     2 alligator wires.

4.     Blue tack

5.     Nicki wire.

6.     A pencil to construct the spiral.

7.     Water

EVALUATION At the end of these two-lessons, pupils should be able to fully comprehend the function of the kettle and make one of their own.

 

S.T.E.A.M. Children Engineer Academy-Greek lesson plans 

LESSON PLAN: 2nd year – 20th Lesson/July’19

TITLE Why are electric kettles so noisy?

THEME Science/Engineering
GRADES 5th and 6th Grades
DURATION 45’
REALIA-MATERIALS ·        Electric kettle

·        Interactive board

·        Note pads

·        Why are electric kettles so noisy?

https://www.thenakedscientists.com/articles/questions/why-are-electric-kettles-so-noisy

 

OBJECTIVES Through the lesson, pupils will be able:

1.     To realize why kettles, make such noise and where this noise comes from.

DESCRIPTION Pupils will be shown the above video concerning the noise that kettles make.
EVALUATION At the end of this lesson, pupils should be able to know why such noise is produced.

 

1st L.T.T.A to Torrejon De Ardoz, Spain movie

 

2nd L.T.T.A. to Monterotondo, Italy movie

 

3rd L.T.T.A. to Estonia movie 

 

 

 

3rd year of STEAM 2019-2020

 

The third year of the STEAM Children Engineers Academy, started with the preparations and organization of the STEAM 4th L.T.T.A. that took place in our shool from Monday the 11th of November to Friday the 15th of the same month, 2019.

It’s been an excellent experience that everyone loved. Here follows a gallery of what was done during the L.T.T.A. week.

Photo Gallery of the STEAM wall tables, that the 6th graders, made:

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Photo Gallery of the STEAM LegoWedo Robot teapot launches that the 6th graders, made:

Gallery of the STEAM Geography Puzzles, European countries and European Union:

 

Monday, the 11th of November, 2019.

STEAM 4th L.T.T.A. at 6th Primary School of Egaleo                                                             

                         Welcome Ceremony Agenda 

  1. Greetings from our headmistress Mrs. Christina Papadopoulou
  • Ode to Joy – European Anthem by the 6th graders
  • Raikos – Northern Greece dance by the 5th graders
  • Maleviziotikos – Cretan dance by the 6th graders
  • Syrtaki – Greek dance by the 6th graders 
  1. STEAM Schools Presentations 
  • Poland – Coordinating country
  • Estonia – Partner country
  • Italy –  Partner country
  • Spain – Partner country 

Dance P.E. teacher: Mrs. Maria Terzoudi / Music teacher: Mrs Maria Bessi   

STEAM Art

The Magic Kettle: Steam Pupils watched a video on Kettles.

Workshops/Activities:

  1. Pupils wrote their answers on a leaflet, based on the video they watched.
  2. All pupils depicted the story on carton paper drawing and painting, kettles and pots.

Tuesday,the 12th of November, 2019

STEAM Technology/Mathematics – Workshop/Activity:

  1. Pupils participated in a Treasure Hunt game. Separated in teams, used their tablets/mobile phones in order to „read“ the QR codes and their secret messages. Following the instructions, they used kitchen utensils in order to prepare truffles. The whole procedure included Coding/Algorithm/Basic Technology terms.
  2. Pupils assembled the teapot robots for next day, following the LegoWedo Edu8 instructions

 

Wednesday,the 13th of November, 2019.

Steam pupils programmed their teapot-robots to serve tea to the attendees along with the truffles, they made the previous day. Hot water was prepared by them in special thermo containers in order to perform their presentation. University Professors and students from the I.C.T. University of Athens /Mayor/Education Authorities/National Agency Authorities attended the event.

 

Thursday,the 14th of November, 2019

STEAM ACTIVITY

STEAM – ENGINEERING/18th century ENGINEERING ACHIEVEMENTS

ALL DAY OUTING

All pupils travelled to Kalavryta. They had the chance to see a miraculous achievement of the 19th century (the Cog railway train). They then travelled to the Corinth Canal which is regarded as one of the most spectacular engineering constructions of the 19th century.

 

Friday,the 15th of November, 2019

Intercultural visit of all pupils and teachers to the Acropolis Rock.

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