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Classroom Experience with ClassInTheBox

August 03, 2023

Eduardo Rubio NublaClassInTheBox ambassador.
Erasmus+ coordinator of the Nuestra Señora del Huerto School in Pamplona.

Today, we are sharing with you the classroom experience conducted by Eduardo Rubio, a teacher at Nuestra Señora del Huerto school in Pamplona (Navarra), Spain. Eduardo is an ambassador of the tool and has utilized it to enable his students to create video tutorials on applications for students at different levels.

We extend our gratitude to Eduardo for his collaboration.

The 2nd Baccalaureate French class at Nuestra Señora del Huerto School in Pamplona embarked on their journey in the Erasmus+ SECTIONS NATIONALES UNIES project in September.

As the senior students in the school, Eduardo Rubio Nubla, the Erasmus+ coordinator of the center and ambassador of ClassInTheBox, informed them that they would be entrusted with higher-level tasks based on Bloom’s Taxonomy:

That meant they would be responsible for developing instructional materials in both French and English for the younger students at the school.

They designed escape rooms centered around Charlemagne, conducted interviews featuring the world-renowned saxophone soloist Jean Yves Fourmeau, and created the Erasmus+ website for the school. The students’ works were evaluated, and the best ones were chosen. For instance, the Erasmus+ webpage of the school was created by our 2nd Baccalaureate students. You can view it here.

However, that’s not all. The culminating and most significant activity of the year involved creating educational tutorials in both French and English for various educational tools like Kahoot and Genially, among others. All of this was done through the platform ClassInTheBox.

To begin with, Eduardo prepared a tutorial specifically for them.

And the subsequent instructions were as follows:

1. Why did we create these tutorial videos using ClassInTheBox?

The purpose is for you to teach others about educational tools such as Edpuzzle, Kahoot, Genially, Google Forms, and more. The goal is for them to be able to create content using these tools for primary and elementary school children.

I am attaching the ClassInTheBox tutorial, a template that you can utilize, and an example class that I created during the tutorial.

2. Steps and instructions to complete the task:

You need to create tutorials in both FRENCH and ENGLISH to explain to high school students how to use various digital teaching tools for content creation.

Next, import the tutorials into ClassInTheBox.

Here are some examples of the tools used in the Etwinning and Erasmus+ projects:

– Kahoot
– Genially
– Canva
– Edpuzzle
– Google Form
– Google Site
– Google Docs
– Book Creator

Here are more application ideas to use.

3. Evaluation of the videos created with ClassInTheBox.

1. Having made a good pintagged video with a coherent story (2.5 points)
2. Quality of the tutorials for each pedagogical tool and the languages used in the tutorials: French and English. (2.5 points)
3. Originality (2.5 points)
4. Number of teaching tools (2.5 points)

Here, you can enjoy several videos of students painting while they create the ClassInTheBox for the youngest students.

The teacher guides the students continuously with short videos such as.

In this Padlet, in the right column, you can view the final result of the ClassInTheBox built by the 2nd Baccalaureate students of the Pamplona center. Additionally, you can also find the most voted videos created using ClassInTheBox.

The experience has been wonderful, they have loved the infinite possibilities of ClassInTheBox since they have realized that it is a tool that can assemble a large number of applications at the same time in one place, even building a story to make learning more enjoyable.