The first project meeting has been completed successfully and the school from Istanbul has published an article at “ΗΧΩ” local newspaper.
On Monday 18th of November 2019, students and teachers participating in ERASMUS+ “Walking the Talk” project visited Livadeia Town Hall and discussed the project idea of outdoor teaching as an experiential way of learning. At first schools were presented and then the project descriptions was explained. At the end gifts were offered to school representatives.
On Friday, the final day, all participants gathered in the hall room, where students assessed the first project meeting in three ways. The first one was to have an oral group discussion based on specific questions focused on well being. The second was an online evaluation about the daily program and activities. The third one …
On Thursday a cultural visit to Athens was organized and a visit to Acropolis site and Museum was realized. A guided tour in both places was used for explaining the history and the beauty of architecture and art of the monuments. The afternoon was spent by the sea for lunch and walk at Flisvos marina.
On Wednesday, a group of outdoor activities were organized starting from the treasure hunt game that students had to understand the riddle and seek for the monument that hiding the secret word. The winning team was given as commemorative prize a handmade statue inspired by the myth of Erkyna, created by our fellow artist Mr. …
On Monday morning all partner students and teachers met at school, where they were welcomed by the Headmistress and introduced to teachers and students. The Headmistress started with a speech at the opening ceremony and then students and teachers got some useful information about the daily program. Then there were presentations of schools and cities …
On Monday 18th November 2019, students and teachers of the “Walking the Talk” Erasmus+ project were invited to visit members of the Local Authorities at Livadeia Town Hall and discuss about the project objectives and outcomes. Gifts were offered to teachers and students and warm wishes for the success of the project. An announcement has …