Year 3.1 students at St. Nicholas College, Dingli Primary School, worked hard on their creative writing skills during the past week. The theme was ‘Spring’. Some children used Microsoft Sway to present their work. Here are some of the work they did online. (You need to be logged in with an iLearn account in order to view the work). Well done to Ms. Jenny and her students !
Students from Year 8 (London) during an online Music lesson with Mr.Simon Farrugia. The topic was world music. After researching about their favourite country and its music, each and every student presented his/her information. These are some pictures taken during this activity. Well done to Mr.Farrugia and his students for carrying out such an interesting activity online !
The pandemic Covid-19 is playing havoc with our lives, not less so with our children’s schooling. On the positive side, home-learning and tele-schooling have stimulated parents and guardians to participate more closely in their children’s education. During this experience, parents have become more aware of the many issues that influence their children’s –young or teenagers- schooling.
Professor Charles Farrugia recently launched the educational blog Back to Basics. The blogs explore different aspects of teaching and learning. These blogs are directed mainly at parents/guardians but teachers and other educators may find them useful as well.
Learn more about Back to Basics by clicking on the following link:
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Heads of Schools and Educators are encouraged to have their say about online teaching and learning by answering this short questionnaire – https://bit.ly/feedbackmt20 – by next Wednesday 13th May 2020. The aim of this questionnaire is to help the Directorate for Digital Literacy and Transversal Skills (DLTS) understand which digital tools are used for distance learning and what further support is required for improvements.
STEM UK aims to achieve a world-leading STEM education for all young people. Supported by a unique partnership of Government, charitable trusts and employers, STEM UK are dedicated to raising young people’s engagement and achievement in STEM subjects and careers. Their website offers a myriad of information as well as downloadable lessons for teachers and students. Visit the STEM UK website to access resources across a wide range of STEM subjects, including Digital Literacy, Science, Mathematics, Computing, and Design & Technology.