The project

The Lifelong Learning Program of the European Union was born with the firm purpose of promoting exchange, cooperation and mobility between national education systems and making the EU a quality reference in education, always with the ultimate objective of achieve social cohesion in an environment of citizen participation and sustainable economic development.

Embedded in this project is ERASMUS +, a program that promotes the creation of strategic partnerships that implement innovative practices and new forms of cooperation with professionals from different fields and, thanks to which, the Fábula Project was created in collaboration with partners in Italy, Turkey, the United Kingdom and Spain, and that would be the germ of Learning by Playing.

The origin of the word Erasmus: Erasmus of Rotterdam

What student has never heard of the word ‘Erasmus’? Very few, sure. Before being known around the world as the mobility program for students, … the humanist of the same name also tried those trips abroad.

The word Erasmus comes from the theologian and humanist Desiderius Erasmus Roterodamus, better known as Erasmus of Rotterdam. This Dutchman from Rotterdam was one of the forerunners of the Renaissance movement, known for his conviction in a Europe united beyond borders and dogmatism.

For the happy man, all countries are his homeland.

Erasmus of Rotterdam

LEARN PLAYING, chess and words

LEARN PLAYING, the new Erasmus + project, of which the Caude School is the main coordinator, had its first transnational meeting last November 22nd and 23rd in our school, an act that our partners attended: the Spanish Service for the internationalization of education ( SEPIE), CES Don Bosco, CCEA, Young Enterprise Northern Ireland, Conform – Consulenza Formazione Management and Scuole Suor Orsola Benincasa.

The project consists in the creation of a didactic resource of exercises based on the Chess and Findwords games and adapted to an ICT format to contribute effectively to the acquisition of key skills in children between the ages of 4 and 11. , according to the established curriculum for Mathematics and Language.

These exercises will have an interactive audiovisual format, of a playful nature, so that the student can assimilate and acquire the projected skills while playing, interacting with the resource with the help of the teacher.

The resource will be adapted for use through electronic means such as the PC and electronic whiteboards, with a software format. It will be developed in the 3 languages ​​of the association: Spanish, Italian and English. It will be accompanied by a User’s Guide, or teacher’s guide, which forms part of this intellectual result of the project

APRENDER JUGANDO, el nuevo proyecto Erasmus+, del cual el Colegio Caude es coordinador principal, tuvo su primera reunión transnacional los pasados 22 y 23 de noviembre en nuestro colegio, acto al que asistieron nuestros socios: el Servicio Español para la internacionalización de la educación (SEPIE), el CES Don Bosco, el CCEA, el Young Enterprise Northern Ireland, el Conform – Consulenza Formazione Management y la Scuole Suor Orsola Benincasa.

El proyecto consiste en la creación de un recurso didáctico de ejercicios basados en los juegos de Ajedrez y Encuentrapalabras y adaptado a un formato TIC para contribuir de manera eficaz a la adquisición de habilidades claves en los niños de edades comprendidas entre los 4 y los 11 años, de acuerdo con el currículo establecido para Matemáticas y Lengua.

Dichos ejercicios tendrán un formato interactivo audiovisual, de carácter lúdico, de manera que el alumno pueda asimilar y adquirir las competencias proyectadas mientras juega, interactuando con el recurso con la ayuda del profesor.

El recurso estará adaptado para su utilización a través de medios electrónicos como el PC y pizarras electrónicas, con un formato de software. Será desarrollado en los 3 idiomas de la asociación: español, italiano e inglés. Estará acompañado de una Guía de Uso, o guía del profesor, que forma parte de este resultado intelectual del proyecto.

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