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Completion and Evaluation

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 Completion 

 

May 14 - June 03 /  2018

 

On Monday morning May 14 the final phase starts.

We will use the online tool peerScholar to write a letter to UNICEF.

In the first week, each student writes an individual letter in peerScholar.

In the second week, students will give feedback to the work of 3 peers.

In the third week, you can revise your letter, based on received feedback.

 

Evaluation:

 

At the end of the Learning Circle, we like to receive your feedback

on how you experienced working together in this 'global classroom’.

 

What went really well and how can we grow stronger?

Your tips and tops are helpful to improve our Learning Circles

and make the next even more successful.

 

 

 

 

 

1. Completion 

  

Individual assignment - write a letter to UNICEF and connect with 3 peers:

 

Introduction:

 

By taking part in the Learning Circle you have learned about the present 54 children's rights and how the world is dealing with it. 
You probably found out that 'we' still don't meet up to the rights of children. Many children are victims of failure to fulfil a promise.

Maybe it helps if we think together, if we design a different plan, with a different approach.

It's time for ideas that no one considered!

 

In collaboration with UNICEF, we as GTP have launched a 'writing contest' that allows you as LC-participants to speak out and raise your voice.

 

 

 

  • In the first week (May 14 - 20): each student writes an individual letter  in the tool peerScholar:  tell us about your new Children's Right and share your 'eye openers' and reflections. 

  • In the second week (May 21 - 27): students give feedback on the letters written by 3 peers.

  • In the third week (May 28 - June 03): students reflect on their work and use constructive feedbacfrom 3 peers to improve their letter.


How exciting to enjoy peer learning in this global classroom!

 

---> Please go to this page for instructions about the peerScholar assignment.

 

 

 

2. Evaluation:

 

We like to receive your feedback and learn how you experienced working together in this 'global classroom. 

What went really well and how can we grow stronger?

Your tips and tops are helpful to improve our Learning Circles and make the next even more successful.

 

Please post your evaluation on your school page.

 

 

Now we’re at the end of this journey.

 

But you will continue

to look closely

and discover

what you can do

if you listen carefully

and raise your voice for 

the rights of all children.

 

You are seen and heard,

far beyond this Learning Circle!

 

 

Goodbye,

see you again

and thank you!!

 


To your school page: Click on the name!

 

Participants

Group

Country 

School / teacher(s)


   The Netherlands
1. SG de MeergrondenMs. Marleen Dorresteijn and Mr. Mike van Tent – class BG2T

   Romania

2. National College ‘B.P.Hasdeu’Ms. Dana Trocaru – class 10 B


   The Netherlands

3. SG de Meergronden – Ms. Ghada Idsinga and Mr. Gordon Vos – class MH2T


   Cameroon

4. Lycee de Japoma – Ms. Kebila Patricia Nabila Langsi – group TieALL


   Germany 5.  Evangelische Schulgemeinschaft Erzgebirge  – Mr. Jonny Hielscher and Mr. Ekkehard Hansen – class 9 alpha
   The Netherlands 6.  Haags Montessori Lyceum – Ms. Tamar Schats – class Mavo 3

    Canada

7. Danforth Gardens Public School – Mr. Matthew Malisani – class ‘Danforth Gardens 5/6 C'


    The Netherlands
8. Varendonck College – Ms. Neeltje van de Vossenberg – class AT3A
 

    South Africa

 

9. Hoërskool Uitsig - Mr. Warren Campodonico - group 'Hoërskool Uitsig' 

 

 

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