"the circle of bread"
Short presentation of the mobilities implemented from 2016-2019.
Three students of year 6 dramatized the myth of Daedalus and Icarus which is one of the most known and fascinating Greek Myths, as it consists of both historical and mythical details.
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The 3rd Transnational Meeting of Teachers from the 4 European countries of our partnership(Italy ,Poland, Portugal ,England) was organized by 4o Dimotiko Sholio Edessas within the framework of Erasmus+ KA2/"Manual skills in web 3.0 age."
The 3rd Transnational Meeting was hosted by the Greek school in Edessa-Greece from 10th to 14th December with the participation of Greek teachers and 8 teachers from Italy, Poland, England and Portugal .
The following issues were addressed: Detailed definition of the last year program: activities and deadlines. Discussion on: the methodology to be used, the shared Guidelines, the pupils’ exchange mobility agreements and the last closing meeting. The foreign delegations were guided around our school ,experienced the Greek school life and had the opportunity to enjoy our students' performance,with traditional dances and Christmas carols during the official assembly.
Apart from the discussions on the evaluation of the activities of each school and the planning of the activities of the last year of implementation of the program, our partners experienced the Greek hospitality and got acquainted with the Greek culture. They also had the opportunity to get to know the rare beauties of our region by the excursion to ‘Pozar’ Thermal Baths as well as the guided tour to the historical settlement ‘Varosi’ and the waterfalls. There was also organized an educational visit to the archaeological site of ‘Vergina’ where the teachers had the opportunity to see and admire monuments of global historical interest.
It was a week of collaboration and unforgettable experiences that will be memorable for everyone.
Finally, the next meeting is to be held in Edessa in March 2019, with the participation of teachers and pupils from Italy and Poland.
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The students of year 6 were involved in creating a poster using handicraft activities, but also the use of New Technologies. In particular, choosing the 'broken mirror' technique created original visual works, which were then edited on the computer using Microsoft Publisher and Microsoft PowerPoint. The main objective of the workshop was to understand the usefulness of both technical skills at the handicraft level and the contribution of New Technologies to the creation of complex projects.