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We are an
Erasmus+ K2
Project

Funded by
the European Union
Erasmus+ Our School, My Future - ESL Project
Ίδρυμα Κρατικών ΥποτροφιώνFundacja Rozwoju Systemu EdukacjiServicio Español para la Internacionalización de la EducaciónTürkiye Ulusal Ajansı

 

Euronets

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.

Facebook

FacebookCheck out our facebook group to receive updated information on the latest events regarding our project as it unfolds. All news are posted by the teachers and students involved.

eTwinning

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.

The consortium proceedings attached below refer to the 1st TPM organized by IES Luis de Góngora in Córdoba, Spain, on January 19-23, 2015.

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As educators we take upon ourselves the task of offering skills, knowledge, and education to all the students entrusted to us by their parents, aiming to shape not only well-qualified professionals and personalities with adequate background knowledge that will help them make it later on in life but also responsible citizens that will contribute to the common benefit of society locally, nationally, and internationally. Within this framework, we get in daily contact with our students, we work together, we guide them through their studies, and we encourage them to express themselves bringing out what is best in them as students and individuals. However, we can only do that as long as our students remain under the common roof we share and call “school”.

Read more in the attached file.

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