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Demo Party








About the project

Demo Party is an eTwinning project aimed at secondary school students (aged 15-18). The aim of the project is to bring students together so that they can practise their communication and ICT skills and learn about democratic participation. The project will be divided into challenges called School Demo, Art Demo, Technology Demo, Science Demo and Nature Demo. The climax of our Demo Party will take place in April (Nature Demo) when we will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. Thus, April will be devoted to the following four SDGs: Responsible Consumption, Climate Action, Life Below Water and Life on Land. We hope that when working together on the suggested tasks our students will create an international democratic community of open-minded European citizens.


The project aims to develop communication in the foreign language (mainly English), digital competence, learning to learn, social and civic competences, sense of initiative and entrepreneurship, cultural awareness and expression.
Students will:
- raise awareness concerning eSafety
- become active and responsible citizens
- share European Heritage and develop cultural exchange
- develop creativity, collaboration, critical thinking, problem solving, leadership and responsibility
- become familiar with STEAM
- become familiar with SDGs and its connection with climate action
- enrich the knowledge of partner countries


September - “Self Demo”: Teachers and students meeting each other. ”Who is who” and a language challenge: European Day of Languages
October - School Demo - video about school democratic systems/ Tech Demo 1 (Code Week)
November/ December - Art Demo - creating an online international gallery and opinion essays.
January - Science Demo - Women and Science. A biography.
February - Technology Demo 2 (SID2020) - eSafety campaignMarch -
March - Literature Demo - book covers and book reviews
April - Nature Demo - celebrating 50th anniversary of Earth Day/ SDGs in practice
May/ June - Demo (Farewell) Party
Students will work together in national and international teams formed in September taking on different roles.


The final products (posters, games, presentations, recordings, pieces of writing, etc) will be shared on a public TwinSpace. Students will use various ICT tools to complete the tasks. We hope that they will enrich their knowledge as well as develop all the competences and skills mentioned above that will prepare them for their future careers.
Through PBL students will be engaged in solving real-world problems and answering complex questions. They will work together for a real audience.
We hope their learning will become more meaningful and the effects of their learning clearly visible via the eTwinning project.

Link to the Twinspace

Webinar about the project:

Lőrincz Katalin introduces the project here

from 17:45 to 29:10.

This project won eTwinning Quality Label:

This project also won European eTwinning Quality Label:

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