Istituto Comprensivo Giovanni XXIII, 1 Gymnasium Kamaterou and Institut El Palau were among the secondary schools collaborating in the Comenius project The Amazing Game of the Ancient European Trails.
X Liceum Ogólnokształcące Gdańsk (former 25 Gimnazjum in Gdansk) is an awarded school in the field of gamification in Poland focusing on innovative methodologies.
Newark School is an international school working mostly with expatriate children and implementing innovative language learning strategies.
Çukurova Sanayi is a newcomer to Erasmus+ projects aiming to implement new learning strategies and to develop ICTs enhanced lessons.
They are all a very solid team with a common objective: making lessons more enjoyable both for pupils and for teachers, and learn from peer school’s experience.
Links to the school’s websites:
TURKEY: Çukurova Sanayi in Mersin-Tarsus
MALTA: Newark School in Sliema
GREECE: 1 Gymnasium Kamaterou in Athens
POLAND: 25 Gimnazjum in Gdansk
Presentation of the schools (please click over the image)
Some of them were unplanned in the application stage. We involved castle’s societies of preservation/management and training organisations of Gelida (Spain), Napflio (Greece), and Termoli (Italy). Italy involved also an archaeologist, Newark School involved the Catholic Institute and Future Focus training. Spain involved the city council of Gelida, advisors on educational technology of the regional Council of Education of Catalonia and EducativaBCN teacher’s association. Greece involved the inspection or Attica region and Italy the regional council of Molise and permanent representation of Molise in EU Parliament.