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Second Virtual Mobility on Project 'S.C.H.O.O.L. +'

08 Novr 2021
The second Virtual Mobility on “Erasmus +” Project “S.C.H.O.O.L.” took place from the 8th till the 12th of November.

Students from the three-participating schools from Italy, Spain and Bulgaria worked closely together through video call on different activities connected to the purpose of the project – a modern school now days, where students actively participate in the making of the curriculum, choosing study area and involving

Week before the mobility started all students took part in a “Treasure Hunt” - choosing pictures of the most representative sustainable buildings of the students’ area via voting.

A presentation on the European Day of Languages activity led by Italy marked the beginning. There was also an election of the best 5 questions per pillar for “Your ideal school” questionnaire.

On the second day of our virtual mobility the students of the participating schools presented the three pictures chosen by each country and later had a forum discussion on the eTwinning forum.

The third day was dedicated to sustainability and more specifically to sustainable school construction. Talk led by Carlos Daniel Franco and Ana Laura Córdoba, architects and collaborators from the Lope de Vega International School highlighted the need of integrating buildings with great respect for nature and existing buildings and that as a society we need to think about the way we consume and produce. At the end all students were given some time to imagine and think how ‘’the ideal school building looks like’’ and filled out a questionnaire to answer.

The last two days were focused on the “Prototype the ideal school” in international groups. Different working groups had to focus on different pillars and explain their ideas. The second mobility ended with a presentation of the final products and assessment on “Your ideal school” questionnaire results.

A lot of exciting ideas were exchanged during the second virtual mobility of the “Erasmus +” Project “S.C.H.O.O.L. +” and all students from the three-participating schools learned a lot of new interesting things.

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