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Welcome to the

 

Lot Children's rights LC9

 

Learning Circle Wiki  


 

 

 Twitter mee: 

 

                                               

 

Who is Lot?

Hey everyone!

 

My name is Lotte Roos. They call me Lot.

The meaning of the word 'Lot' is 'Fate' in English.

My father was born on the isle of Curaçao and my mother is from Holland. 

My father is a cargo pilot and my mother a grade 7 school teacher. 

Occasionally I join my father on a trip. I meet children all over the world. They tell me funny, nice or nasty stories. Sometimes I film these with my cellphone. I also take photos. I like to be with my grandfather too. He makes jokes and tells stories. I share these stories with the world via YouTube, Twitter and Facebook. In this way I want to show children's rights through their own eyes. In the months ahead we will enjoy a journey together! You can follow me on: www.lotroos.nl

 

Additional information: The story of Lot and meaningful learning.


Type your school name if you want to Skype with other schools in this Lot Learning Circle. 

You can also specify a date:

 

Lotschool from Childvillage - Neverland - Tuesday 1st of April 2014 (example)

  • Wolfert Lyceum - Bergschenhoek - Netherlands - 8th april 2014 - between 11.00-12.30 ?
    • Hi Frans and students, if no responses from other participants, we could have a short Skype from Suriname rive banks at 7am (your noon) :-) 
  • Montessori College Arnhem- Arnhem- Netherlands- Thursday 8th of May- between 15.30-16.30? 

 

Yippee! I’t’s ready....the Lot Roos Newsroom on Cartoon Movement.com -->

Cartoonists around the world can view the work of our students from the Children's Rights Learning Circles and select the best, most beautiful, most moving, most special of those cartoons .... cartoonists make their version. That's exciting!

 

NEWS!! -> On April 8th the first cartoons/drawings of Lot's students are already an inspiration for cartoonists

With these cartoons your ideas reach a much larger audience. 

Here you can follow all the news and creations: Page about Lot's Newsroom on Cartoon Movement.

 

And this is where you can find the results after voting for the best 4 cartoonsCartoons

 

Click the page with Tweets about Lot  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click the page with Facebook messages about Lot 

 

 

Phase 6 - Evaluation

May 05 - May 28 2014

 

Dear all,

 

After a wonderful learning adventure of nearly four months, our journey with Lot in the Learning Circle ends this week.

Thank you for all your wonderful work, sharing, collaboration and learning together!

 

The evaluations make it clear that the students and teachers enjoyed the Circles very much.

But there are also some things we can improve ... So, on behalf of Lot, for all those tips and tops we say: thank you!

During the summer we will start preparing new adventures of Lot. We will surely keep you informed about these Learning Circles that start in February 2015.

 

Also on behalf of Saskia Klomps, Menno van Hasselt, Manon van Herwijnen, we wish you good luck in the last weeks of this school year. 

We hope you will enjoy a great summer.

 

Many greetings to all, 

Bob Hofman, Project coordinator Lot Learning Circles.

Natasha Cherednichenko, Learning Circle Facilitator.


 

Facilitation: Natasha Cherednichenko / Project coordinator Education: Bob Hofman

Action

 

 

Information

 

 

 

Overview Learning Circle 'Children's Rights' 2014 - Phase 6

 
Land School   

Phase 1 Introduction

Phase 2

Challenge 1

Phase 3

Challenge 2

Phase 4

Challenge 3

Phase 5

Completion

Phase 6 Evaluation

 Canada

1. Sir Ernest MacMillan / Laurie Townshend

23-02 
 31-03
 01-05
 07-05
 +
 
 Canada

2. Sir Ernest MacMillan / Laura Thompson

04-03
28-03

01-05

07-05

 +

 

 Slovenia

3. Osnovna šola Dornberk

11-02

18-03

18-04

09-05
 +

28-05

 Suriname 4. George Asin MULO

06-03

08-04

24-05

 

 

 

 Curaçao 5. Radulphus College 06-03
31-03
09-05
     
 Nederland 6. Montessori College Arnhem 17-02  31-03
10-04
  +
 
 Nederland
7. Wolfert Lyceum 17-02
20-03
12-04
22-04
+
03-06
 Hungary
8. Nemes Nagy Ágnes Művészeti
    Szakközépiskola  (Secondary School of Arts)  Hungary
11-03
31-03
05-05
     

 Romania

9. National College 'B.P.Hasdeu’ Romania 19-02
27-03
21-04
01-05
+
 
    On time     Little bit late   More than a week late            

* A date in the overview means a school completed the phase/ placed text. The color of the date indicates if it was placed in time, little bit late, 1 one week late or placed in the wiki more than a week late.

* A X in the overview means a school dit not place date in the wiki. The color of the X indicates if a school is little bit late, more than a week late with placing their information on the Wiki.

 

 

Comments (6)

Bob Hofman said

at 5:02 pm on Jun 9, 2014

Hi Laura --> Super quick response from Canada team @UTSC - teamwork!!
Surveys will be open in week ahead:
- Student Survey --> https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GTPstudentsurvey
- Teacher Survey --> https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GTPteachersurvey

greetings from Holland and again thanks to Dwayne and Lisa, yours Bob

Bob Hofman said

at 4:16 pm on Jun 9, 2014

Let me jump in Laura, yes the survey on use Cogneeto closed on June 5th.
I will ask Lisa from peerScholar Canada team about what to do best... gr Bpb

Laura said

at 4:04 pm on Jun 9, 2014

Natasha, we can't access the survey. It says it's closed. Are we too late?

Natasha Cherednichenko said

at 9:42 am on Jun 2, 2014

Dear LC participants,
we have one more request for skype. Will be great to have this session.

Laura said

at 2:07 pm on May 30, 2014

Ms. Thompson's class from Sir Ernest MacMillan would love to Skype with another class. I'm not sure with the timezones if it will be possible. The best time for us is 14:45-15:00 EST. We could also do first thing in the day between 9:00 and 11:00 Is there anyone that would work for?

Natasha Cherednichenko said

at 11:45 am on Apr 1, 2014

Dear Frans and students,
thank you for the first Skype initiative from Wolfert Lyceum.
Hope to see more participants join.

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