From the 2nd to the 9th of May 2015 teachers took part in the workshops about Cypriot traditional games which were organised by A'Dimotiko Scholeio Idaliou in Dali - Cyprus. During the meeting teachers have acquired knowledge how to use educational games during teaching process. Moreover, all participants explored the Cypriot educational system and experienced games of Archimedes and ancient machines. We visited the Municipality of Nicosia and the Municipality of Idalion in order to disseminate the Erasmus+ project in wider community.
Active technique with the lecturing, the students processed with text, the same text in its English form guests operated. (Any word in the text when clicked on image and sign language comes from.) Gaim; the level of competence of the person hearing impaired understanding, empathy, technology-supported learning models of presentation.
"The World İn our Hands-We Can Work It Out" Our project was carried out from February 22 to 28, 2015 period. Our partners Portugal, Poland, Finland, Sweden, Greece, Cyprus, several workshops with the participation of our school activities, teacher presentations, student demonstrations, sign language choir created with the guests, cultural sightseeing was done. A total of 17 guest teachers aim of our project scope development of new techniques in teaching and learning, hearing impaired students with workshops, game-based teaching model development, cultural promotion was done.
The Workshop for teachers in British Council
During the coordinators’ meeting in Poland, the workshop ‘Game-based learning’ was organised by the British Council in Krakow. The workshop enabled us to acquire valuable knowledge in how to prepare teaching materials for classroom-use.
What is more, we spent a wonderful time together, visiting Krakow and admiring the Old Market.
The Transnational Project Meeting in Poland
It was held at Primary School No 33 in Częstochowa from the 3rd to 6th of December 2014. We hosted school coordinators from Cyprus, Finland, Greece, Sweden, Portugal, Turkey and also a Polish school coordinator from Primary School No 34 from Częstochowa. It was the first and the most important coordinators’ meeting. During the meeting we focused on team building, allocation of tasks. We continued carrying out the dissemination plan for our Erasmus+ project.
We are one of 32 schools in Poland who have received a grant to carry out the project within the framework of Erasmus+ under the Key Action 2. The project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
It’s a great success for us and it’s a great pleasure to cooperate with teachers from the whole of Europe.