3 December was the day, when the students participating in a project gathered together for a workshop, where the Christmas cards were made. A cozy talk about Christmas traditions in Lithuania and other project partner countries helped to understand how unique each country is, to feel the upcoming holiday. The time in a workshop has passed quickly and the own made postcards cheered project partners and the elderly living alone.
There was organized a competition to create project logo in our progymnasium. The students willingly participated in this competition with a lot of creative ideas. They presented designed logos, explained the symbols and discussed their ideas. The 3 best logos which were accepted are made by Deimantė Mickutė, Melanija Erciūtė and Justina Griščenkovaitė.
On the first day of winter project students changed their learning in a school into the learning in a museum – it was the day of learning differently. Gedminai progymasium students attended educational programs “Klaipeda: from the royal capital to the port city”, “The path of bread”, “The lost city”. Students deepened their knowledge about the history of Klaipeda city development from the eighteenth century up to nowadays, listened to the story about the grain sowing, harvesting, threshing and binding, cleaning, milling and baking process, acknowledged with all the old Klaipeda region tools used for beard baking. They did all the given interesting activities.
The school‘s social partners meeting-workshop took place in Gedminai progymnasium on November 11. Pupils and teachers were greeted by the representative of Klaipeda city Baltic local community Jonas Mažeika. The guest spoke about how it is important for different nationalities to communicate with each other, to talk about the tolerance. Students form Klaipeda Ieva Simonaityte main school, Hermanas Zudermanas gymnasium, Litorina school, Santarvė main school, PI Edukateka, J. Kačinskas music school, KVLC, Priekule Ieva Simonaityte gymnasium and our school attended the workshop “The Mosaic of Tolerance”.
The aim of whole activities was to celebrate the International day of tolerance, to talk about national identity and promote tolerance for other cultures to each other.
The first meeting of participants of Erasmus + 2 main action of the general education sector, inter-school strategic partnership project “ACTIVE In NATURE, ENJOYING The NATURE!” took place in Engerdal Barne – og ungdomsskole (Engerdal, Norway) on November 13th – 14th. The meeting was for the coordination purposes.
The project participants from Lithuania, France, Spain and Norway presented their schools, project teams, discussed all the project related issues, planned activities for the first project year, shared responsibilities and the ideas on how to carry out the project more effectively that its impact would be more noticeable. The participants observed open English lesson, participated in an event against bullying. Teachers discussed the observed activities and shared their experiences.
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