“Play with me, not with PC”(2012–2014)
Our project aimed at keeping the children away from the anti-social and violent computer games and uplifting the forgotten traditional outdoor games in each partner’s country through the study and analysis of local and international children games. Also, the project encouraged us to develop team work skills, imagination problem solving techniques and cipher out ways of exploring values, ideas and variety of opinions among all students and teachers.
In addition, all of our students had the opportunity to improve their English and to develop ICT skills by the help of communicating with new European citizens and using new technologies such as blogs, video conferences and e-mail exchanges. Moreover, learning was fun and enjoyable since children liked playing games.