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Aprendendo online com o projeto "Smart Hands"



O projeto "Smart Hands" integra-se na iniciativa europeia Erasmus+ e faz parte do conjunto de atividades desenvolvidas no âmbito do Plano Nacional das Artes no nosso agrupamento de escolas. Hoje, 27 de Outubro de 2020, um conjunto de alunos dos cursos profissionais participou numa aprendizagem online com os colegas holandeses, romenos e finlandeses. 
Foram quatro as workshops desenvolvidas, onde se exploraram temáticas diversas mas sempre com o pressuposto de que é necessário saber fazer para aprender. O domínio de instrumentos e processos manuais pode ser um catalisador para o conhecimento e foi assim que os nossos alunos construíram um modelo tridimensional de um vírus, executaram uma caixa receptora de ideias, reutilizaram uma t-shirt transformando-a num saco e exploraram os tesouros culturais locais através de fotografias do nosso património.
Conteúdos tão diferentes como a Biologia Molecular, Matemática, Sustentabilidade e Ambiente, Educação Cívica, História ou Tecnologia surgiram nos diversos momentos em que decorreram as workshops. A multiplicidade de modos de aprender esteve bem patente e foi evidente o entusiasmo com que os nossos alunos abraçaram esta iniciativa.

[The "Smart Hands" project is part of the European Erasmus + initiative and is part of the set of activities developed within the scope of the National Arts Plan in our group of schools. Today, October 27, 2020, a group of students from the professional courses participated in an online learning with their Dutch, Romanian and Finnish colleagues.
There were four workshops developed, where different themes were explored but always with the assumption that it is necessary to know how to do to learn. The mastery of manual tools and processes can be a catalyst for knowledge and that is how our students built a three-dimensional model of a virus, executed a recipient box for ideas, reused a t-shirt and transformed it into a bag and explored the local cultural treasures through photographs of our heritage.
Contents as different as Molecular Biology, Mathematics, Sustainability and Environment, Civic Education, History or Technology emerged in the different moments in which the workshops took place. The multiplicity of ways of learning was very evident and the enthusiasm with which our students embraced this initiative was evident.]


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