Project made possible and funded by the Lifelong Learning Program of the European Commision.
This web site reflects only the author's opinion and it doesn't represent necessarily European Commission position.
Scoala cu clasele I-VIII Nr. 8 Elena Rares Botosani, Romania
Gimnazija „Fran Galović“ Koprivnica, Croatia
PROTYPO PIRAMATIKO LYKIO PANEPISTIMIOY PATRAS, Greece
ADIYAMAN MERKEZ İNÖNÜ İLKÖĞRETİM OKULU, Turkey
Web site created by Alina Paduraru- project coordinator and Simona Cojocariu- ITC teacher
with the help of the coordinators from all partners school:
Vlad Moldovanu, Alexandru Răileanu ( Botoșani -Romania)
Eight partner schools used English and their native language, arts, ITC, civics and ecological education to discover and share the diversity and similarities of Europe. Our project touched subjects which are close to young people and we get to know the culture, history, nature, curiosities and educational systems of our partner countries. We learned about everyday life conditions in different European cities, discover material and cultural heritage of other nations. All this had influenced on building up the attitude of respect and openness towards variety and distinctness of cultures, customs and religions, trying to consolidate the European dimension in education promoting the collaborative activities among partner schools. We talked also about green spaces, air quality, nourishing plants and natural parks focusing on the ecological, nutritional and health aspects of these topics.
After thorough investigation and research with the help of external partners, discussions with the local authorities and specialists from community, using both theoretical and practical methods coupled with ICT the final ideas of the project were published in a photo album and book, showing the link among past, present and a better future as a human being and European citizen.
Students and teachers of all participating countries cooperate closely, exchanged information, research and compile scientific data, organise and attend multinational workshops, debate problems using English and the language of art and photography.
The impact of the intercultural experience on the participants was disseminated to the teaching staff, students, parents, community at local, national and international level using media interviews and articles.