Our school took part in the project PNSD week (National Planning for Digital School).
The students of different classes collaborated all together for organisation of this project.
On 30th November, the students of elementary and middle schools of Porto Torres came in our school and they discovered activities about teaching and learning innovations.
We showed them how Arduino works. Arduino is an operating hardware low-cost system that allows the creation of every kind of circuit. They are used in many apps, especially in the robotics sector. Students really were positively surprised and interested.
The Chameleon Lamp is created by students of “Liceo Scientifico di Porto Torres”, in collaboration with teacher Vittorio Pilosu. Click on link!
We introduced what Erasmus+ is.
During the conference with the students of the elementary school, we asked how many of them did own a smartphone: almost everyone! Such a big surprise, even if we are aware of technological progress that our society is living nowadays.