Category: Schools

Kalamata april 2017

Erasmus+/KA2, Kalamata 2-8/4/2017

 

SHARING SCHOOL LIFE


VISIT TO ASSOCIATIONS AND N.G.O. ACTIVE IN THE FIELD OF SOCIAL INCLUSION

Friday, 7 of April


THE SOCIAL EVENT AT THE MUNICIPAL CULTURAL CENTRE

Thursday, 6 of April


LEARNING ABOUT ANCIENT GREEK THEATRE AND DRAMA-VISIT TO ANCIENT MESSENE

Thursday, 6 of April


VISITING THE CITY

Tuesday, 4 of April


ELECTIONS SIMULATION ACTIVITY

Wednesday, 5 of April


EVALUATION RESULTS

All partner schools evaluated the C1 mobility which took place in Kalamata-Greece, from 2 – 8 April, 2017.

The evaluation made by Liceo Classico Dante Alighieri, Ravenna-Italy,  is available here

The evaluation made by Siauliu Lieporiu gimnazjia, Siauliai-Lithuania, is available here

The evaluation made by Aoc de Groene Welle, Zwolle-Netherlands, is available here


THE OFFICIAL PROGRAMME OF THE ACTIVITIES OF C1 MOBILITY IN KALAMATA

is available here:    OFFICIAL PROGRAMME

 

 

Schools

Liceo Classico Dante Alighieri, Ravenna, Italy

The Liceo Classico "D. Alighieri" is the oldest school  (it was founded over 300 years ago) in Ravenna, Unesco World Heritage. There are four courses (Classical and Linguistic studies, Human and Social Sciences studies). It has a long tradition of severe studies with a strong accent on a multicultural approach, with no limits to the individual philosophical research and a special attention to the full participation and equality for women. Students (1400) are involved in many activities, in and out the school, cooperating with NGOs and public authorities. Approx. 10% of students are coming from another country (especially in linguistic courses) and their contribute is highly appreciated. Students' exchanges are for this school a reason for being, not an added value. Students speak English, French and Spanish / German. Some topics of the last projects at an European or national level: Who is a foreigner? (racism, multicultural), Cyberbullism, E-clil (clil), PNSD (innovation and ICT), Theatre in prison (inclusion), National School Day (participation and democracy, One billion rising (gender violence),  Stemettes (for the International Women’s Day encouraging girls into Stem careers)..