Osaledes 3 projektis oleme uhked, et meil tekkis võimalus rahvusvaheliseks koostööks nii õpetajate kui ka õpilaste seas. 
 
Septembri lõpus toimus meie esimene õppereis koos lastega Ateenasse, Kreeka projekti «European Future — Skills» raames. 
Üritusest võttis osa 4 õpilast 8.C klassist ja 2 õpetajat Lasnamäe Gümnaasiumist. Kokku osalesid selles projektis 6 riigi esindajad: Saksamaa, Kreeka, Portugal, Hispaania, Läti ja Eesti. 
Viie päeva jooksul osalesime erinevatel kultuuri- ning haridusteemalistel üritustel. 
Lapsed said tuttavaks oma kaaslastega teistest riikidest ning õppisid koos, külastasid Ateena raadiojaama ja kohtusid saatejuhiga, arutlesid, mis omadused on vajalikud tulevaste erialade jaoks. 
Antud kogemus oli hästi positiivne ja kasulik laste ning õpetajate jaoks ning suurepärane võimalus õppida teineteiselt. 

 


 

During the first meeting in Athens the coordinators and teachers have discussed the details of the Erasmus+ project  ”Europe Future – Skills” 2020 — 2023.

The first day program included the visiting of the 1st Gymnasium of Galatsi where all the participants got to know each other, and the students prepared presentations to introduce their schools and surroundings. 

Coordinators and teachers shared their expectations and discussed skills questionnaires  that could contribute to the project’s workshops.

On the second day of our stay in Greece teachers and students visited the Acropolis and Ancient Agora, the Acropolis Museum. Students learned about jobs in the tourism branch. In the evening the coordinators and teaches had a meeting where the responsibilities of each country were discussed, have been also developed the questionnaire for interview

The ideas were written down on the sheets and taped on the meeting room’s wall. The meeting participants also discussed the partner country for the next mobility and the number of students to participate in the trips. Also project coordinator Susanne presented information about the educational system in Germany and asked the others to do the same on their next mobility to Spain.

The third day of the program was also very interesting. All the participants went to the Marathon where they enjoyed seeing Marathon lake and dam, visited Marathon Run  Museum and Marathon Tomb, learned the facts of the battle of Marathon and the origin of the Olympics marathon. The teachers and students were lucky to swim in The Aegean sea and discussed how skills changed in the times.

On Thursday students and teachers visited the Panathenaic Stadium where in 1896 the 1st modern Olympic Games took place and discussed the most important skills for Olympic Games participants. Students did sports and had the opportunity to take part in the race at the famous stadium.

The program of the fourth day also included a visit to the radio station Athens 9.84 FM. It is the 1st free radio station in the city which was founded in 1987. It broadcasts 20 hours a day, 7 days a week. It creates new programs, refreshes its music and songs, combines information with culture, creates artistic, musical and theatrical events.

The last day of the mobility in Greece was full of various activities at school: Erasmus work, creating of a poster, writing summaries to inform the school family, collect material, exchange pictures, students’ evaluation of the skills required for different jobs, final feedback about mobility in Greece, sharing ideas and information.

And finally the Greek students represented the theatrical play about mystery and maths «Who killed Mrs. X?».

Project coordinators also had a final meeting and decided that each country needs to include in the next mobility’s plan the following: icebreaker games, school tour, workshop about selected skills, visiting a company or factory, sightseeing, sport activities.

Trips dates were planned for the project: Spain: February, 2022 and Germany: May, 2022

The Greek team extended great hospitality and huge effort to coordinate this week. It has been an amazing experience. All the participants were satisfied with the results of this mobility.