This time the challenge has involved the evaluation of a CLIL e- project that is alredy done. Through this assessment, we are becoming aware of all the aspect that should be taken into account in order to create an accurate e- project. Therefore, this is the first step that we have to achieve to the creation of our own project later on.
After considering the different projects that we were provided, I have finally chosen the one called: “Chef of volume”, which was created by a previous student of this Master degree. The aim of this e-project is to show students that mathematics can be also fun.
I would like to say that this e-project is attractive, engaging and motivating for children to learn a mathematical content, using a innovated and original approach that is based on a real context; where maths, ICT and cooking are combined.
You can have a look here : https://sites.google.com/site/chefofvolume/my-ebook-skeleton/Cover
In order to evaluate this project, in terms of possitive aspects or things that could be improved, I have decided to use an intuituve and free web tool which is called: Genially. Moving away from the tipical power point or even Prezi, Genially offers you plenty of opportunities to create an attractive a really visual presentation. It is a simple and easy to use, with possitive results!
Here is my evaluation CLIL e-project through Genially: