1st Activity: connecting Students with Flipgrid

The first activity of the month of September was to present himself using Flipgrid, the presentation of our students was in the Valencian language and inglés, briefly commenting on what they would like to dedicate themselves to moreis,as well as some of theirhobbies. Flipgrid offers us QR code of recorded videos, which are displayed with Augmented Reality if we read them with our mobiles from the Flipgrid app. With this novelty, students were able to look for colleagues from other countries who would like to study the same




Martí Sorolla II Reflexion videos from Students

Your voice is ours comes to an end with a few reflection videos, we will have to postpone for a better time connections with other schools, because for now it is different countries that we have face-to-face classes closed, but not remote, as well that we will create a Flipgrid to share on social networks and that the participating centers can connect with the different participating students, since with this situation the connections in Skype with the class will be dilate in time.

From Martí Sorolla II we have made different videos where our students have valued the learning that they have consolidated with the project.


Last work! From Primary School Vožd Karađorđe, Aleksinac, Serbia

Teacher: Snežana Bogavac Mihajlović

Snesana Bogavac Mihajlovi’ and their Primary Students have developed the activities of this Project: They have conducted the surveys and analysis of the results by previewing them in this Sway

They have also developed a presing using Sway with analysis, therefore congratulating this team of students. They also provide us with a Wakelet collection where they have collected all their activities throughout the Project.

Thank you very much from Spain to for Primary School Vožd Karađorđe, Aleksinac, Serbia

 your excellent work

Researching Gender Equality and Education in Ireland

With the objective of preparing the questions for the survey of women for different generations about their experiences accessing education and work opportunities, we have created a collaborative Wakelet collection.

The main goal of the Your Voice Is Our Voice Wakelet collection is to collaborate in curating resources about SDG4 – Quality Education and SDG5 – Gender Equality to have a better understanding of the issues. This will help us to prepare the questions that will be using to survey women of different generations about their interests and experiences.

Here is a link to our Wakelet collection.

Your Voice Is Our Voice Wakelet collection

Listening to Student Voice in Ireland: What do you want to be when you grow up?

The first activity of our project consisted on students introducing themselves using Flipgrid.

As part of this first activity, students have to record an introductory video in Flipgrid, stating five facts about themselves like for example, hobbies and interests or favorite subjects in school. The final part of the video was sharing their plans for the future and what they would like to be when they finished school.

Their videos were shared on the Your Voice is Our Voice Flipgrid Grid where the other participant schools also uploaded their introductory videos. This provided a fantastic opportunity for students to get to know each other and to see that independently of different languages and distances we are all connected.

Here is a link to the Your Voice Is Our Voice main Flipgrid Grid.

Your Voice Is Our Voice FlipGrid Grid

Education System in Ireland

Students: Sacred Heart School Tullamore

Teacher: Gloria Enrique

Students in Sacred Heart School Tullamore created this Sway explaining the Educational system in Ireland as part of their Activity 2 of the project Your Voice is Our Voice.

This activity focused in SDG4: Quality Education and as part of this activity students researched their educational system and presented their findings using a digital platform of their choosing.

Click this link to see their wonderful work!

Education System in Ireland

Spanish students survey their elders on Education and Women: Working SDGs4 & SDGs5

Activity 4 of the project focuses on the possibilities of women to obtain a quality education. Spain has changed a lot in the last 40 years, and our last generations have to be aware that access to education, with the possibilities that entails, have not always been easy or easy for women or men.

That is why the students of 4 ESO prepared the questions to conduct the survey to their closest relatives during the Christmas holidays. Hence, after the survey


From the subject Catalan language, they have produced a report (exhibition texts) where they have analysed the results of them, making the graphs, as well as reaching final conclusions. This work has been done in pairs collaboratively.

The reports can be found both in Catalan and in English.

Primary School Vožd Karađorđe, Aleksinac, Serbia

Teacher: Snežana Bogavac Mihajlović

From Serbia, Students Primary School Vožd Karađorđe, Aleksinac participated in Your Voice is Ours with this Sway about EDUCATION in SERBIA


My school is an Primary school, attended by about 600 students between the ages of 7 and 13. I teach 11- to 13-year-old students (Computer Science). I am not a classical teacher, I have been teaching for 5 years (I am Graduated Engineer of Electronics) and before that I worked at the Research and Development Department about 20 years. Maybe because of that, I understand why it is important to link Science and Education. Me and some of my colleagues are aware that it is necessary for STEM and STEAM to be the basis of the curriculum and we are trying to base our work on it. We use the PBL method and SAMR model in teaching, including other subjects for student projects.

My school has been selected as the Microsoft School. Microsoft in Education platform has allowed me to connect with educators from all over the world and build my PLN, sharing experiences and organizing cooperation in the classroom. My goal in working with students is to prepare them to apply knowledge in real life, to recognize their programming preferences, and to encourage especially girls, for STEM discipline. In a way, I give them an example because I’m a graduated electronic engineer.

Our school Vožd Karađorđe is eTwinning School and STEM School also. Students are involved in many differrent international projects, which are incorporated in curriculum, or students work on them in posts-school activity and they like it. These projects is important because they develop creativity, critical thinking, collaboratively work and on these way learn to link their knowledge with real-life situations. This project is challenge for them to express what they really mean and they like it.