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Erasmus+ Our School, My Future - ESL Project
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EuronetsVisit Euronets, our online asynchronous learning platform, to find out more about the courses we have created to disseminate good practices within the framework of our Erasmus+ KA2 project.


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EuronetsOur activities are also on eTwinning. Visit our page on My School Garden to see what this exciting project is about and what our students have achieved.

Taking the Plunge into Moodle: Introduction to the Moodle Learning Management System

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Teaching Approaches to Robotics in Secondary Education

The “Teaching Approaches to Robotics in Secondary Education” is an educational resource presenting the educational material and techniques implemented in “e-Robocops”, the European Erasmus+ Robotics Club.

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On Tuesday, April 19, 2016, the Experimental Junior High School of the University of Macedonia successfully organized a bilingual multiplier event, presenting the education outputs created within the framework of the Erasmus+ KA2/Strategic Partnership for School Education “Our School, My Future – ESL Project”. Working languages were English and Greek.

The President of the Neapolis-Sykies City Council and Education Appointee, Mr. Michalis Voulgaridis, addressed the participants. Welcoming the students and teachers from the twinned Italian school IIS Classico Lyceo G. Mazattinti, who attended the event, Mr. Voulgaridis mentioned the innovative actions taken up by the local authorities to promote education and freely provide theatrical education to the students attending school in the Municipality of Neapolis-Sykies.

Activity No.C11
Activity type: Short-term exchanges of groups of pupils
Activity Description: Fourth partners meeting in Poland.
Date: 8-12 February 2016

The short-term exchange of groups of pupils event (C11) scheduled for the “Our School, My Future – ESL Project” to take place in March 2016 was held in Żychlin, Poland, from 8-12 February 2016 to accommodate other partner school activities and scheduled events. It was hosted by Zespół Szkół w Żychlinie and organized by Mrs. Iwona Kciuk in cooperation with all partner organizations.

Within the framework of our Erasmus+ KA2 program, our colleagues in Żychlin are getting involved in a variety of activities. Here are some cool videos...

Within the framework of our Erasmus+ KA2 program, Iwona Kciuk prepared and delivered a presentation on the Student Development Programme: Curricular and Co-Curricular Activities in Complex School in Żychlin. You can download the presentation file and the relevant report below.

During the third Transnational Project Meeting in Bucharest, Romania (3-7 November 2015), took place the Multiplier Event with the title "Preventing Early School Leaving Through Formal And Informal Activities. Examples of Good Practice."

At this Event participated teachers and students from countries involved in the Project, representatives of the local public authorities of the City Hall and Inspectorate of the third District.

The introductory speech was held by Mrs. Gabriela Lungu, headmaster of the Technical College "Mihai Bravu". Also stood out speeches presented by Dr. Eleni Mouzoura: "ESL in Greece and Central Macedonia", by Dr. Cesar Morales: "Struggling Early School Leaving" and by Gabriela Bojanopol "Intellectual Outputs of Erasmus+ Project".

The evening's climax was reached with the representation performed by the Robotics Club students from the project countries: "We are going to Brussels".

Our students and teachers from Romania have conducted both theoretical and practical activities. We used the existing pots and we initially arranged our garden at the school entrance. We bought roses and Thuja. Some existing pots were painted so as to symbolize the flags of the school partners. Fruit trees were planted. Students were involved in various activities, such as: documentation about soils, plants, gardening tools, learning new English words, a drawing competition on the theme "Our school garden".

Educators working in different Secondary Schools in Thessaloniki have participated in the dissemination and educational seminar, titled: The EU Educational Program Erasmus+ "My School, Our Future - ESL project". The seminar was held at the Experimental Junior High School of the University of Macedonia and aimed to familiarize the participants with Erasmus+ projects, ESL identification and combating and good teaching practices, and ICT tools that have been used in the Experimenta Junior High School of the University of Macedonia and can be adopted in their own school environment. It was conducted in accordance with the hybrid online model of adult education [traditional (28-29/03/2015) and online (30/03-06/04/2015) activities] within a 30-hour time frame and was attended by twenty five (25) head teachers and teachers of various specializations and 6 instructors, as well. Each participant received a certificate of attendance while a few days later they were asked to complete a feedback questionnaire on line. Feedback graphics can be found in the file attached below.

Within the framework of the Erasmus+/KA2 project "Our School, My Future: ESL Project", teachers from around Thessaloniki, Greece, had the opportunity to attend a 15-hour workshop, spread over five (5) days, introducing the Moodle Learning Management System (LMS) as a means of enriching their classes with interactive content and a way to help contain the Early School Leaving problem in their schools. The workshop was held at the Experimental Junior High School of the University of Macedonia from 22-26 June 2015 and was attended by eighteen (18) teachers.