During the International Teachmeet in BETT Show 2018 in London, was presented our international “Erasmus+” project “ACTIVE in NATURE, ENJOYING the NATURE!” and eTwinning project “ANEN”
On a homelike evening, 7th December, there was held a community evening “Seven miles of bridges” in our school. Participants of Erasmus+ Programme’s Strategic Partnersips Project „ACTIVE in NATURE, ENJOYING the NATURE!“ ,their parents and teachers did a great job answering questions about the culture and customs of partners countries. All the participants of the event checked their knowledge, found out some new things and definitely enjoyed the game. Everybody was awarded with sweet prizes and good mood.
The republic arts teachers’ methodological – practical conference “Teaching and learning differently” was held on March 23 in Gedminai progymnasium. Plenty of participants were listening to presentations on a contribution of art subjects to a personal learner’s development, discussed the trend of artistic subjects, perspective, possibilities of education of artistic creativity during the project activities and also education opportunities of children with special needs.
Attending the workshop teachers shared their own methodical and practical experience, presented own ways of organizing lessons and methods which help to motivate students, develop their creativity.
Last wednesday, 9/3/2016, the students of the PFCB (a basic studies for vocational training qualification) of Wood of our high school, IES Leonardo da Vinci of Alicante, took part in our program ERASMUS+, ANEN: “Active in Nature, Enjoying the Nature”, planting the tree that will symbolise the values of our project: Cooperation, friendship, tolerance and commitment to the environment.
Firstly, we explained them what the European Union and the ERASMUS + programs mean, especially, we showed the objectives and the activities that we are going to do during the Spanish meeting in relation to our project. The students loved the outdoor activities and wanted to participate in everything. Secondly, they made two murals about Tabarca Island and the olive tree.
It was one of the best experiences I have had as a teacher, because this is a group with special needs and they did their best, working hand by hand with other students of our high school. I loved their creativity and their enthusiastic attitude.
Finally, we went out to plant the olive tree with other students of the Project. Thank you very much, guys!
Students working together and the final product.
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.