THE TIMETABLE - All in the sky

PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE - IT'S ALL IN THE SKY
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THE TIMETABLE

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09-2020  

Getting started with a project
- Establishing an Erasmus+ club and designing and preparing an Erasmus+ project showcase / exhibition / corner
-Selection of Erasmus + club members and project work teams
- dividing tasks for a good start and defining responsibilities among all participants
- organizing a meeting of coordinators
- presentation of the project in partner schools to the school community
- a lecture for parents during the first meetings on the topic the benefits that the school will achieve by participation in the Erasmus + project.
-Creating a website for the project
-Twinspace update
-Twinspace Online Meeting  

Work teams and all involved in the project are listed here:


10-2020  

- Presentation of the project in the school website
- Project contract signed by National Agencies
- Updated WhatsApp / Facebook group, project website
- Twinspace update
- Preparations for the project logo competition
- Preparation of a brochure / leaflet /
- Creating a questionnaire for teachers on project knowledge
- Organizing an online logo competition among partners (google questionnaire)
- Preparing a detailed schedule with specific dates of task completion.
- Prepararingn the rules of participation in the project
- Establishing the rules of communication and advice dealing with problems, informing about individual activities.  
leaflet
national websites:
Croatia
Greece
Italy
Romania
11-2020
- Enrolling students in Twinspace - Students start using Twinspace
- Exchange of information between students of all partners (videoconference / chat / blackboard
- Publishing all results of activities on the project website  

12-2020
- Preparing a list of famous astronomers from partner countries
- Preparing presentations on famous astronomers in native languages and in English
- Technical preparation of students to create e books based on the provided data
- Choosing a group to create an e-book
- Gallery of famous astronomers - drawings, portraits, etc.
- Preparation of an e-book about famous astronomers with drawings made by students
- Printing sample copies for delivery to the school library
- Publication of the e-book on the project and schools website  
01-2021
-Preparation of an e-book with legends about the formation of stars / solar system,  
-Creating a dictionary of astronomical names,
-Preparation of a lesson plan for the native language and / or English presenting legends about the formation of stars
-How people watched the sky in the past -presentation / animation
-What the world looked like according to ancient astronomers
-preparation of a picture book / e-book from explanations and illustrations by the students

02-2021
-What do I know about famous astronomers?  - a quiz
-The most important legends about the origin of the cosmos
-Prepare a questionnaire -what you have learned about astronomy so far
03-2021
-We are talking about the Moon - legends, stories
-presentations, a lesson about the moon for the younger classes prepared by students of older classes
-Participants complete a questionnaire on the range of information and skills they have acquired in this section

04-2021
-Preparation of a photo competition -"Moon in my city", preparation of regulations, deadlines,etc.
-A lecture on proper night photography, adapted to the age of potential participants
-Preparation of a short guide on taking night photos,
-Announcement of the competition on the project website, schools and social media

05-2021
-Preparation of the exhibition (photos, presentations)
-Conducting a photo contest (Moon in my city)

06-2021
-Preparation of an interim report for the National Agency
-Prepare the final version of the bulletin for the school community on the first year of operation
-Conducting ASTRONOMY DAY in schools (presentation of project results, mini-competitions for students, workshops for children)

2020-1-PL01-KA229-082143
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