1st INTERNATIONAL WEEK

Schedule (Brussels Time)

Monday - 26 October 2020

09h30 / 10h00 -
Welcome Session



10h00 / 11h00 - “Meet me in the Elevator” - Ice Breaking Activities & Week Overview & Instructions for the Afternoon Workshop (W1)

 

11h00 / 14h00 - Lunch Break + Local Activities / Work in the Assignments (Offline / Outdoor)

14h00 / 15h00 -
Workshop 1 - Outdoor and Inclusion & Virtual Tour to a Local Kindergarten


15h00 / 16h00 - Reflection and Conclusions of the Day


TPM - IO1 (Online Module) + WP2 (Quality Assurance) + WP 3 (Dissemination & Sustainability)

  • Facilitators: One participant from each partner.

  • Access Here: Microsoft Teams (Invitation by Email)


16h00 / 16h15 - Tea Time + Favorite Cookie (Optional - Informal Moment)

 


Tuesday - 27 October 2020

10h00 / 11h00 -
Workshop 2 – My Favorite Reflection Exercise

 


11h00 / 14h00 - Lunch Break + Local Activities / Work in the Assignments (Offline / Outdoor)

14h00 / 15h00 -
Workshop 3 – Outdoor Activities with Dinosaurs


15h00 / 16h00 - Reflection and Conclusions of the Day

 


TPM - IO3 (Applied and Pedagogical Research) + IO5 (Educating the Reflective Practioner)

 

  • Facilitators: One participant from each partner.

  • Access Here: Microsoft Teams (Invitation by Email)


16h00 / 16h15 - Tea Time + Favorite Dessert (Optional - Informal Moment)
 

 


Wednesday - 28 October 2020

10h00 / 11h00 -
Workshop 4 - Orienteering for a Huge HangingOut

 

  • Facilitators: David Catela (IPSantarém) & Marisa Barroso (IPL)

  • Access Here: https://smart.newrow.com/#/room/lzt-189

  • Info: Participants have the opportunity to acknowledge the potentialities of orienting activities with kindergarten and preschool children in outdoor enlarged spaces.

  • Orienteering HangingOut Presentation: Click Here to Download

  • Orienteering Background Information: Click Here to Download

  • Barroso, M., Catela, D.; Bento, T. (2020). Spatial Orienteering in preschool children and the importance of familiarity with outdoor locations in mapping education. https://we.tl/t-zBVgXVuLg8


11h00 / 14h00 - Lunch Break + Local Activities / Work in the Assignments (Offline / Outdoor)

14h00 / 15h00 -
Workshop 5 - Children's View at the Environment

 


15h00 / 16h00 - Reflection and Conclusions of the Day


TPM - IO6 (FlashCards) + IO4 (GoPro)

  • Facilitators: One participant from each partner.

  • Access Here: Microsoft Teams (Invitation by Email)


16h00 / 16h15 - Tea Time + Favorite Song (Optional - Informal Moment)

 


Thursday - 29 October 2020

10h00 / 11h00 - Welcome Words from Abrantes + 
Workshop 6 – “What do the Trees Tell Us?” & “Our Play Time Outside”

 


11h00 / 14h00 - Lunch Break + Local Activities / Work in the Assignments (Offline / Outdoor)

14h00 / 15h00 -
Workshop 7 – “The Hillside Prince” - Examples of Outdoor Activities


15h00 / 16h00 - Reflection and Conclusions of the Day

 


TPM – IO2 (App) + IO7 (Online Module)

 

  • Facilitators: One participant from each partner.

  • Access Here: Microsoft Teams (Invitation by Email)


17h30 - “Nations Evening” (Optional - Informal Moment)

 



 

Friday - 30 October 2020

10h00 / 11h30 -
“A Minha Primeira Lição de Português” (Optional)

  • Facilitators: Patrícia Rodrigues (IPSantarém)

  • Access Here: https://smart.newrow.com/#/room/lzt-189

  • Info: Participants will have the opportunity to learn some portuguese words and expressions.

  • Workshop Resources: soon to be available


TPM – WP 1 (Management & Implementation) + WP 6 & WP7 (IW & Conference)

 

  • Facilitators: One participant from each partner.

  • Access Here: Microsoft Teams (Invitation by Email)


11h30 / 14h00 - Lunch Break + Local Activities / Work in the Assignments (Offline / Outdoor)

14h00 / 15h00 -
Final Evaluation of the International Week

 

 

15h00 / 16h00 - Farewell Session

 

Workshops aditional Info

Workshop 1 – Outdoor and Inclusion (Flashcards) 

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Analysis of the flashcards structure (children, educators, parents).

  • Analysis of children’s’ voice and teachers’ reflections.

  • Perform outdoor activities and paths with flashcards.

 

Workshop 2 – My Favorite Reflection Exercise 

 

Learning and Teaching Objectives:

  • Trying out some reflection exercises.

  • Researching of "what makes an exercise a favorite? (criteria).

  • Brainstorm around possible reflection exercises.

Workshop 3 – Outdoor Activities with Dinosaurs 

 

Teaching Objectives:

  • Understand how the outdoor context can be used for interdisciplinary activities with dinosaurs between science and mathematics.

Learning Objectives:

  • Distinguish between different dinosaur footprints. 

  • Using dinosaurs’ footprints to promote interdisciplinary learning activities with children. 

  • Use local geological heritage to promote learning activities. 

 

 

Workshop 4 – Orienteering for a Huge HangingOut 

 

Learning and Teaching Objectives:

 

  • Activity in which the child can explore unknown large open spaces, with the help of aerial photographs, or to know large open spaces, such as a play park, with the help of a drawing made by the child.

  • Allowing interdisciplinarity with several different activities, such as knowledge of nature, widening its space of (inter)action, cooperation and coping to achieve a goal, application of visual expression skills, exploration of the capacity for autonomy.

Workshop 5 – Children's View at the Environment

 

Learning and Teaching Objectives:

 

  • Discovering micro-interactions between children and the outdoor environment. 

  • Searching traces of young children's perspective on the outdoor environment that otherwise stay hidden or do not get attention at all.

  • Discussing how the video database can help teacher training students to discover the value and richness of outdoor play.

Pics of the Week :-)