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Volume 9 , Issue 6 , December 2021 , Pages: 102 - 107
“School for Life” and “Life and Works”
Kresimir Skuljevic, Elementary School "Vladimir Nazor", Slavonski Brod, Croatia
Received: Apr. 30, 2021;       Accepted: May 26, 2021;       Published: Nov. 5, 2021
DOI: 10.11648/j.sr.20210906.11        View        Downloads  
Abstract
"School for Life" and a review of the life and work of musicians represent a project activity related to the commemoration of the 250th anniversary of Ludwig von Beethoven. The activities were based on new school reform with a sudden on informatics, while the instructions for reassessing the project from the European community of Europeana had an emphasis on STEAM activities. STEAM activities connect the skills and abilities of pupils who have attended fifth and sixth grades in several subjects such as History, Mathematics, Music, Computer science, and English. Using the “School for Life” on the voter was on the development of tensile skills that were combined with the name of an intermediate theme. Europeana instruction was used as the initial basis, which was expanded with the available digitalized literature containing data important for the life of the musician himself. The paper used a micro-method where each pupil had an independent activity in which he demonstrated his or her skills and abilities. The second part was about editing these works, and the third part involved presenting them at school. Innovation was seen in adapting content on all electronic devices and using applications that made certain tasks easier for students, thus giving a modern interpretation of the Ode to Joy, the anthem of the European Union. Realization of activities by connecting work in class, individual work, integration of all project activities, using existing resources, available Wi-Fi networks, tablets, and laptops, which we received as part of the school project, saw the possibility of realization and peculiarities of work in a virtual environment. We have tackled unexpected tasks using previously acquired skills and combining knowledge in various subjects. Our “School for Life” reform is in its second phase and has been going on since 2017. age. In this case, the history subject does not end until September 2021. when all grades of primary schools will have new textbooks, made according to the same criteria.
Keywords
Reinventing Beeethoven, Europeana Pro, Project, School for Life
To cite this article
Kresimir Skuljevic, “School for Life” and “Life and Works”, Science Research. Vol. 9, No. 6, 2021, pp. 102-107. doi: 10.11648/j.sr.20210906.11
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