On 7.06 a group of 25 students from our school took part in an international Erasmus project. Due to the current world situation, meetings were held remotely. The coordinators of the whole action were Ms Anna Hekkert and Ms Ewa Kokot. The project lasted a week and included Portugal, Italy, Turkey and Romania. The students, under the watchful eye of their tutors and the school principal Gabriela Fiedler, worked together on the assigned projects. The topic of the tasks were world religions and sacred places. At the beginning, the Erasmus participants got acquainted and presented their country and their schools. The project became an opportunity to meet new people and improve your language skills. The students were very satisfied and eagerly signed up for the trips abroad planned under the project. The meetings were conducted in a pleasant atmosphere.
The meetings were conducted in a pleasant atmosphere. At the end of the whole meeting the participants said goodbye to their new friends and assured that they will see each other soon. According to the students, the project should take place in every Polish school because it brings many benefits and is a stress-free form of learning.
An Erasmus+ project called "Digital tools for smart schools" has been implemented in the Zespół Szkół Ogólnokształcących I Ekonomicznych in Lubsko since September 2018. The project coordinator is Ms Ewa Kokot, who implements the tasks of the project with students and teachers, and the whole project is supervised by the school headmistress Ms Gabriela Fiedler.
Tasks under Action 2 - Cooperation for innovation and good practice exchange will be carried out until 2020. Apart from Poland, there are four other partner countries: Italy, Portugal, Turkey and Romania. Teachers from the countries involved will exchange experiences in teaching and educational work. In addition, international cooperation makes it possible to create awareness of the usefulness of digital tools.
We were honored to take part in international project Erasmus+ for students in March. We were hosted by the Italian school that time.
The project icluded five countries: Poland, Portugal, Italy, Romania and Turkey. Our accomodation was in the hotel in Cremona. Our first meeting was on Sunday. We were randomly selected to the small groups. One person from each country in the group.
The main keys of our trip were to learn how to use Powtoon and Kahoot, make international friendships and also improve our English skill.
During our stay we visited many places, for exaple: the huge cathedral, the Stradivari violin museum and the town hall where we had an opportunity to meet the major of a town. Definitely the most interesting experience was an entire day in a town Mantova. Where we had a treasure hunt and we had exerises to do, up to a certain hour. It was fun making these exercises with new-met people from different countries. What is more it was an perfct time to overcome our barries of language in some way. The precise communication was so necesary as never before to gain as many points as we could.
After return home we shared our travel experience and also usage of new learned programms Partoon and Kahoot. We will remember this international exchange for a really long time.
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