Seguimos trabajando en Vivir y Sentir el Patrimonio

Seguimos trabajando en Vivir y Sentir el Patrimonio

Desde el IES Pedro Jiménez Montoya seguimos trabajando en el Programa Vivir y Sentir el Patrimonio. Alumnado de 4º de ESO en ruta para conocer Baza, alumnado de 1º de ESO de visita en el CIYA y alumnado de ciclos trabajando en comidas típicas, alumnado de Laboratorio, que ha creado unos increíbles Genially para difusión de nuestro patrimonio. Esos son solo algunos ejemplos de actividades realizadas. Y seguimos!

ERASMUS + . Programa formativo FOOTSTEP Granada.

ERASMUS + . Programa formativo FOOTSTEP Granada.

El I.E.S. Pedro Jiménez Montoya participa en el  programa formativo ERASMUS + FOOTSTEP Granada, llevado a cabo por la Diputación de Granada y cofinanciado por la Unión Europea, que  ofrece realizar prácticas de dos meses de duración en empresas establecidas en otros países de Europa.

Dicho programa va destinado a alumnado de ciclos formativos de grado medio del centro. Para informar al respecto sobre la convocatoria, solicitudes, países colaboradores y demás cuestiones, ha visitado el I.E.S.  D. Fernando Peinado, perteneciente a la Sección de Juventud de la Diputación de Granada.

Toda la información y documentos necesarios se encuentran en el siguiente enlace: (https://www.dipgra.es/contenidos/footstep-granada-erasmus/).

El alumnado interesado en la realización del programa formativo ha de presentar la solicitud en el I.E.S. Pedro Jiménez Montoya antes del 30 de enero de 2022.

Agrupaciones de Centros Educativos: Cooperación Territorial e Innovación Educativa

Agrupaciones de Centros Educativos: Cooperación Territorial e Innovación Educativa

El IES Juan de Juni, instituto bilingüe de educación secundaria situado en Valladolid, y nuestro centro han sido seleccionados para desarrollar una propuesta común de trabajo titulada: “Innovación Enseñanza Sostenibilidad: un paseo por los aprendizajes activos y entornos multi-disciplinares”.        
Este proyecto, enmarcado en la convocatoria de Agrupaciones de Centros Educativos del Ministerio de Educación, se realizará durante los cursos 2021/22 y 2022/23. La finalidad del programa es establecer cauces de colaboración entre centros educativos situados en diferentes Comunidades Autónomas y de esa forma potenciar la innovación, el intercambio de buenas
prácticas y el descubrimiento de la diversidad cultural y social del territorio nacional.
El proyecto I.E.S (Innovación- Enseñanza- Sostenibilidad), se centra en los Objetivos de Desarrollo  Sostenible, el uso de las tecnologías y el conocimiento del entorno de ambos institutos, en concreto el patrimonio cultural y natural de Valladolid y Granada, haciendo  hincapié en los problemas medioambientales y  los aspectos socio-culturales.
En esta ocasión, el programa de actuaciones y las movilidades escolares tienen un claro enfoque inclusivo y se dirigen al alumnado actualmente matriculado en 2º ESO y 3º ESO.

V Interescolar de Ajedrez por Equipos Ciudad de Baza 2022

V Interescolar de Ajedrez por Equipos Ciudad de Baza 2022

Vuelve a nuestro centro el Torneo Interescolar de Ajedrez por Equipos. El evento tendrá lugar el próximo día 22 de enero a las 9:30 en la Biblioteca del IES Pedro Jiménez Montoya, mismo lugar en el que se celebró la primera edición de este emblemático torneo.

La presentación oficial se realizó el pasado 15 de noviembre en las instalaciones de la Caja Rural en Baza, con la presencia de su directora, el presidente del Club de Ajedrez Dama de Baza, y el director del IES Pedro Jiménez Montoya, también asistió personal de la entidad, el secretario del Club Dama de Baza y el responsable del programa de innovación AulaDjaque en el IES Pedro Jiménez Montoya.

El objetivo de esta iniciativa es promocionar el deporte del ajedrez y la convivencia entre el alumnado de los diferentes centros escolares de la localidad.

ERASMUS +. SKARA (Suecia)

ERASMUS +. SKARA (Suecia)

FACE THE PAST, CHANGE OUR FUTURE

DAY 1 (15 nov.)

Today was a really busy day.

We arrived at school at eight o’clock and our Swedish hosts showed us around their school. 

Then, at nine o’clock we started each country’s presentations. The Swedish students started by talking about their country. Then they gave a funny presentation about how we should behave in Sweden (in many ways the opposite to the way we behave in Spain)  and then we learned about Swedish history. We were next and we were really nervous but our presentation went quite well. 

About ten o’clock they gave us “Fica”. This is kind of a sweet snack typical in Sweden. After this we kept on with the other presentations and at twelve we had lunch at the school.

Next we played some games to get to know each other. Furthermore, we had three different quizzes about the European Union. In addition, we had a scavenger hunt around the school. 

We  left school and we took the bus to a mall in Skovde. Some of us had a big sandwich and then we went to play laser tag. We had fun! At the end of the day we had dinner at home.

Today was a really busy day.

We arrived at school at eight o’clock and our Swedish hosts showed us around their school. 

Then, at nine o’clock we started each country’s presentations. The Swedish students started by talking about their country. Then they gave a funny presentation about how we should behave in Sweden (in many ways the opposite to the way we behave in Spain)  and then we learned about Swedish history. We were next and we were really nervous but our presentation went quite well. 

About ten o’clock they gave us “Fica”. This is kind of a sweet snack typical in Sweden. After this we kept on with the other presentations and at twelve we had lunch at the school.

Next we played some games to get to know each other. Furthermore, we had three different quizzes about the European Union. In addition, we had a scavenger hunt around the school. 

We  left school and we took the bus to a mall in Skovde. Some of us had a big sandwich and then we went to play laser tag. We had fun! At the end of the day we had dinner at home.

DAY 2 (16 nov.)

Today was the quietest day of the trip according to our host. 

When we arrived at the high school we were waiting for the activity to start with the other exchange students from Belgium in a room with some sofas (we found it very curious that they have these kinds of “rest rooms” everywhere). 

Then we listened to a two-hour talk about the Sami, a small group of people living in Lapland. Between the two hours of class we had a Fika. 

The last activity in the school was lunch and later we went to the cinema to watch a movie related to the Sami, called “Sami blood.” The movie was about a girl who suffered discrimination for belonging to the Sami group and escapes from her school to start a new life.

When the movie finished, each of the exchange students made different plans with our host, for example, Belen and Irene went to the forest and Elena and Natalia baked cookies and muffins.

The day has ended early as tomorrow we are leaving for Stockholm. WE ARE VERY EXCITED!

DAY 3 (17 nov.)

On Wednesday we went to Stockholm, the capital city of Sweden. 

We visited some museums and we had lunch at the army museum. We took a boat to go to the Vasa museum, where you can see the world’s best preserved 17th century ship and the most visited museum in Scandinavia. They recovered the ship after being on the sea bed for over 300 years. 

Later, we went to the old part of town, where we spent our free time walking around the city. Then it was time to go back on the high speed train!

DAY 4 (18 nov.)

Today was a day dedicated to museums.

At nine o’clock we met near the Västergötlands Museum and we had a walk around some old houses, farms,…Then we visited the veterinarian museum where we watched a film about  its foundation and had a guided tour. It was really interesting to see all the equipment of that time. 

After that, we had lunch at the Västergötlands Museum and then we also had a guided tour there. We learned a lot about some archeological findings in Skara and its history. At 1 o’clock we had “fika”with all the other students and then we continued our visit.

When we finished our tour, we had free time in the afternoon with our hosts and we had a great time! Some of us went shopping and others visited a nearby town.

DAY 5 (19 nov.)

Today we arrived at school at 8:00 o’clock and we had to work on different padlets to share everything we had learned during the week. When we finished, we went to have lunch at school. After that, we went ice skating and it was really exciting!  We went back to school to work on the final evaluation of the project. When we finished, we went bowling. It was so much fun! Then we went to a taco buffet and we loved it. To finish the day we went shopping to get some Swedish sweets to take to Spain for our families.