Mobility evaluation
In this attachment for the second mobility we include the mobility evaluation. Students gathered in international teams to talk about what they had learned, what they had liked the most, the bad points, and possible improvements for future mobilities.
12) evaluation in groups.pdf
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Sharing ideas in national and international groups about first ideas to start a mini company
The students gathered in international teams to share ideas on the first steps of each educational mini company, which each school will present in a digital format. Afterwards, each school showed their presentation with the name of the company, product or service, logo and organization chart.
We also include the national teams who met afterwards to write down all the ideas developed in the previous activities, which it could be interesting to put into practice in their mini company.
11)sharing first ideas mini company nati
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We include here:

1) prezi presentation on a marketing campaign plan made by an international student group.

2) youtube video of  a presentation of Proakatemia, which is a school for entrepreneurs at Tampere university. 

Co-working activity in Proakatemia Tampere university
In Finland we visited Proakatemia, an entrepreneurship school which cooperates with the university of Tampere.
The students split up in three teams to carry out a marketing campaign to promote musical events in a town. Each team showed their marketing work, and one of them was chosen as a winner.
10) Proakatemia and 3 marketing plans.pd
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Practice, first steps of the mini company
In the mobility in Tampere our goal was to present the first steps in the creation of an educative mini company: name, product or service logo and organization chart.
In this attachment we show these first steps in the creation of an educational mini company for each school.
9) Mini company first steps.pdf
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Theory of production plan, statutes and formal requirements of a mini company
In Finland we delivered some documents about mini companies which can be used as an example or guide for each school to develop the following steps in its mini company: Development Plan, Production Plan and Statutes, which will be shared in the 3rd mobility in Malaga.
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Curriculum vitae
Another document we engaged to prepare after the mobility in Germany was the curriculum vitae. This was important to design the organization chart for the company and designate the positions for each student.
We attach two different templates, one developed by the project coordinator, the other from Europass Curriculum Vitae, and some students’ CV.
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Share certificates
After the 1st mobility in Germany, our next step for the creation of the educative mini company was to complete the share certificates, among some other documents to be addressed shortly.
The attachment shows the share certificates some students filled in.
6) 4 share certificates.pdf
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Teacher workshop
As agreed in the first mobility, there was a teacher workshop on how the teaching and learning process in general is addressed in Finland, also focusing on how maths are taught. A Finnish maths teacher organized a workshop with the other teachers, where everyone shared their experiences, we identified problems and offered possible solutions. You can find attached a summary of the workshop and the material the British team brought: "The Kagan Cooperative Learning".
5) teacher workshop ideas and Kagan mate
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Finnish educational system and class observation notes
The teachers in the Finnish school prepared a PDF file on their education system; this was presenting by the Finnish headmistress as a part of the welcome activity and some students asked questions about it. The attachment also includes the thoughts of some students who took part in lessons which their Finnish hosts.
4) Finnish educational system, class obs
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Open Educational Resources of Art
The attachment includes all the open educational resources of maths. Each school worked on this section, and every student had to do some research on the topic and select some resources in English or their native tongue, as well as write a short description for the websites they selected. Afterwards, they forwarded their results to the students who were in charge of this section, who made a final selection and prepared a presentation to show in Tampere, where they shared their findings. They also did some activities from these online educational resources of maths.
3) MATHS OER merged.pdf
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Spain prezi presentation about energy fficiency:


Energy and carbon footprint documents
Each school presented their results in Tampere and we commented on the similarities and differences. The goal was to capture the process and all the research results on energy in an appealing way. Every team did it in a different format: Prezi presentation, video, PowerPoint, or Word document. We include the work process, information gathering and conclusions on the carbon footprint issue and some measures to mitigate it. In this attachment we gather the final work developed by the German and British schools.
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Forms 1 and 3 in order to calculate CO2 emissions and list some energy saving measures
Students in international groups filled the form 1 about the annual comparative analysis of electricity price-kw/h used and CO2 emissions at school (except Finland and Germany) and home, and form 3 with a list of some energy saving measures at home and school, in English and Spanish.
0) Form 1 and 3 merged.pdf
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Carbon footprint calculation and information sharing
In Tampered we carried out an activity to calculate the carbon footprint for students, homes and schools. The students gathered in international teams and worked on the calculations. The results are shown in the attachment with the carbon footprint for every student. In this activity they also exchanged information to include in the charts, especially to complete Table 1 of usage, cost and emissions of CO2 in schools and homes, and Table 3 with energy efficiency measures to implement in homes and schools.
1) carbon footprint calculation internat
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