Simulation of the European Parliament Plenary Session
One of the key priorities of a contemporary European school is to familiarize its students with the statutory bodies of the European Union that foster the sense of democracy. To this purpose, Mandoulides Schools held the Simulation of the European Parliament Plenary Session on Thursday 16 and Friday 17 January, 2020.
13 public and private schools from all over Greece and the diaspora took part.
At the same time, a program for Microsoft education tools was developed by teachers of the Schools who presented useful tools that can form part of the teaching process.
The creation of Sway presentations in conjunction with the quiz section in OneNote highlighted the multiple benefits that technology offers to both students and teachers. Finally, participants had the opportunity to get to know and browse the Microsoft platform (MEC) as well as to get in touch with collaborative learning through the Teams platform.