In the previous months, Kids in Clouds Erasmus+ project partners were busy creating digital learning materials for children. We proudly announce that materials are published and ready to use!
Partners’ aim is to encourage students to use cloud-based tools and thus learn more easily, practically, effectively and interactively. Finally, engaging with cloud tools, students will embrace cloud as a natural environment for learning and working.
With this in mind, Kids in Clouds project partners created 52 interdisciplinary projects ready for implementation in learning environments of schools across Europe. These ready-to-use projects encompass teaching scenarios and all needed learning materials for students, which makes them very practical for teachers and students. Since all materials are ready for both teachers and students, it is only necessary to do the first step – choose the topic that suits them most and they can start the learning process with the help of cloud-tools.
Kids in Clouds digital learning materials for children will help students to learn Mathematics, Science, History, Geography, Literacy, Art, Music and many other interdisciplinary topics with the help of cloud tools and project-based learning. On the other hand, comprehensive teaching scenarios will serve teachers greatly when it comes to implementing these projects with students. This means that teachers will teach about diverse topics as part of one project, achieving correlation between classic school subjects and thus encourage students to learn and solve problems in an interdisciplinary way.
You can find 52 interdisciplinary projects online, free of charge, in four languages – Bulgarian, Croatian, English and French here: https://www.kidsinclouds.eu/digital-learning-materials-for-children/
Big thanks to all experts from our project teams who created these materials: teachers from Ludina Primary School (Velika Ludina, Croatia), College Jules Reydellet (Saint-Denis, France), Secondary School St. St. Cyril and Methodius (Smolyan, Bulgaria) and Primary School Horvati (Zagreb, Croatia) as well as Algebra’s experts.