math ictProject duration: 04.09.2017-03.09.2019

Target group: 10-11 form students

Partners: 

  • Yildizeli Cok programli Anadolu Lisesi (Yildizeli / Sivas, Turkey)
  • Instituto D’Istruzione Superiore “R. Piria” (Rosarno, Italy)
  • Externato Cooperativo da Benedita (Benedita, Portugal)

Project objectives: The project aims to enable students to improve problem solving skills and acquire knowledge of the relationship between mathematics and programming, computer science and basic knowledge of electronics.

Project coordinator: Alina Siht

Responsible teachers: Julia Ratšinskaja, Oleksandr Tsvietkov

Links: project site, Facebook page

Project duration01.07.2016 - 01.07.2017

Target group: English teachers

Partners: The Academy at Shotton Hall

Projet objectivities:  The aim of the project is to enhance the professional skills and competences of the staff of TKVG, in particular:

  • to improve their abilities to respond to individual learner’s needs and to deal with their social, cultural and linguistic diversity;
  • to contribute to development of upgraded teaching methods and innovative approaches to learning;
  • to promote the formal recognition of skills and competences acquired through professional development activities abroad;
  • to be able to develop a European dimension in school education.

Project coordinator: Julia Grištšenko

Links: project details

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Partners: 

Projet objectivities:  The aim of the project is to enable students to consolidate academic learning andextend and apply their understanding, and encourage them to solve real-world problems, to participate in social and political life and in volunteers associations, enhancing their sense of European citizenship, as well as essential humanitarian values. We will develop participant's lifelong learning and employment prospects through building a range of transferable skills such as entrepreneurship, communication skills, engagement in mobility, self-organizing and independent and collaborative learning as well as to encourage the participation of young people in democratic life in Europe, through non- formal learning activities.

Project coordinator: Alina Siht

Responsible teachers: 

Links: project site, Facebook group

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Partners:

  • I.I.S.S. "E.Giannelli" , Italy
  • Conservatorio Profesional  “Guitarrista José Tomás”, Spain
  • BRIT School , the United Kingdom
  • Zaklandi umelecka skola, the Czech Republic
  • Vilnius J. Tallat-Kelpsos Conservatoire,Lithuania
  • Liceul de Artă, Romania
  • Gaziantep Ticaret Odasi Guzel Santlar Lisesi, Turkey
  • The Max-Reger-Gymasium, Germany

Projet objectivities: The whole project idea is structured upon the  belief of the need to develop 21st century skills.The 21st century skills are a broad set of knowledge, skills, work habits, and character traits that are believed—by educators, school reformers, college professors, employers, and others—to be critically important to success in today’s world, particularly in collegiate programs and contemporary careers and workplaces.

Project coordinator: Alina Siht

Responsible teachers: Jevgeni Suits, Ljubov Orehhova

Links: project details

Project duration: 30.09.2014 - 30.09.2016

Target group: Math and ICT teachers

Partners: Comprehensive College in Vestmannaeyjar (Iceland)

Projet objectivities:  The main idea of the project is to develop project-based and research-based training strategies and learning scenarios in Math and Science studies both in classrooms and outside. For such forms of education, mobility and ubiquity are important, so one of the focuses of the project is the use of mobile devices (tablets) in teaching and learning. Project involves: communication with the aim of stimulating short-term cooperation, teacher’s competence and capacity building; ICT teaching strategies and learning scenarios development; attempt to qualify the benefits of mobile technology in education and the infrastructure needed to support mobile activities; face-to-face and online teacher training; encouraging teachers to create their own learning and assessment materials of the new type.

Project coordinator: Ljudmilla Roždestvenskaja

Links: project site, project Facebook group

Project duration: 01.09.2013-30.05.2015

Target group: 6-9 form students

Partners:

  • Bulgaria
  • Cyprus
  • United Kingdom
  • Finland
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Romania
  • Turkey

Projet objectivities: The guiding principle of this project was to enhance our students’ lifelong opportunities for employability and study opportunities in a modern Europe handicapped by the economic crisis. Our project intended to develop students’ confidence, communication skills and higher order thinking strategies. We aimed to fully embrace the 21st Century classroom, in terms of modern technologies, teaching strategies and project content and to recognise the diversity of our students in terms of ethnic background or multiplicity of family structures Project was thematically centred around the colours of the rainbow and we applied them as symbols to specific themes The rainbow was chosen because it is a universal symbol of unity and diversity - much like the peoples of the EU. It represented collective action.

Project coordinator: Alina Siht

Responsible teachers: Irina Tšistjakova

Links: project site

 

 

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