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Dear Mrs Minozzi,

First of all I would like to thank you for your interest in our Erasmus+ project.
Our first Active Citizenship Cultural Language Camp in Lagrimone was definitely successful for various reasons. First of all, the hospitality of Italian colleagues, local people and authorities. Everyone made us feel special and we all felt very comfortable.
We are very grateful to all the people who helped us and showed us their region, customs, traditions, culture and cuisin. Our pupils appreciated all the visits to the producers of herbs, honey and jam "II Bafardel" in Palanzano and the dairy of Parmesan cheese in Vairo. The visits to the hydroelectric plant of Isola, the photovoltaic park of Cozzanello, the Biomass plant of Monchio and the Natura 2000 were of great interest to the European pupils. The visit of the Parco Del Cento Laghi was just amazing. The training about first aid given by the Italian red cross was definitely very useful and our students enjoyed it so much. The guards of the national park organized a trekking for us and all the Visitors were very satisfied to discover the region and to enjoy the beauty of the fauna and flora of Lagrimone. Our students were also very excited to visit the cities of Pisa And Parma.
The activities and lessons of languages, drama, theatre, music and sports competitions given outside in nature to multinational groups were different than usual classes at home and pupils found them very interesting and challenging. The feedbacks I have had so far from students and families are quite encouraging and very positive.
We do believe that our major objectives have been reached as students got on well with each other despite their differences of nationality, religion and culture. They started building strong links of friendship and they already exchange pictures and opinions on the Facebook page deficated to the camp.
Erasmus+ values and messages of tolerance and intercultural mixing conveyed during the camp have been heard as many students held eachother tightly and cried when they said goodbye to eachother the last day.
Team involved on our side showed great availability and commitment to the partnership which helped us make this first camp successful. I can not finish this paper without expressing my gratitude to the Italian team, particularly Francesco Piro, for their hard work and excellent organisation.

Lahachmi Mechkouk,
Erasmus+ AC4SL
Project coordinator







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Strojarska tehnička škola Osijek kao partner sudjeluje u dva Erasmus+ KA2 projekta: “Active Citizenship for Sustainable Learning” (Aktivno građanstvo za održivo učenje) i “Healthy Minds of Europe” (Zdravi umovi Europe) financiranim od strane Agencije za mobilnost i projekte Europske unije. - Za provedbu tih projekata naša škola je od Agencije za mobilnost i programe Europske unije primila financijsku potporu u iznosu od 67.405 eura. Prvi projekt traje tri godine, a počeo je u rujnu 2015., nositelj projekta je Georges Pompidou College iz Pariza, a uz našu školu kao partneri sudjeluju škole iz Italije, Grčke, Poljske, Španjolske, Ujedinjenog Kraljevstva i Litve - kaže prof. Marina Hrnjak, koordinatorica oba projekta. Dodaje da je partnerstvo prije svega usmjereno prema učenicima. “Glavni ciljevi projekta su: poboljšati motivaciju učenika, uložiti u njihovo učenje, pomoći im u razvoju njihovih vještina, kod njih razviti poduzetničko mišljenje, poboljšati njihove ICT vještine te oralnu komunikaciju na stranom jeziku, što će povećati njihove šanse na tržištu rada. Projekt učenicima pruža mogućnost da nauče nešto o drugim europskim kulturama i poboljšaju svoje međukulturalne kompetencije”, ističe naša sugovornica.
Ovo partnerstvo omogućava i konstruktivnu razmjenu dobrih praksi između europskih učitelja, promiče uključivanje inovativnih digitalnih nastavnih metoda u svakodnevnu pedagošku praksu nastavnika. Projekt se posebno osvrće na sljedeće potrebe učenika: nedostatak motivacije i interesa za učenje, nedostatak samopoštovanja i samopouzdanja, bježanje s nastave te rano napuštanje škole.
Prvi sastanak održan je u Parizu, u studenome 2015., kada su nacionalni koordinatori i ravnatelji svih partnerskih škola dogovorili provedbu projekta. Slijedila je ICT radionica za nastavnike u Nidi, Litva, u veljači 2016. Na radionici su sudjelovala po tri nastavnika iz svake partnerske škole. Strojarsku tehničku školu predstavljali su Marina Hrnjak, koordinatorica projekta, Matko Boras i Ivana Kanaet.
U travnju je 10 učenika u pratnji nastavnika Marine Hrnjak i Inoslava Damjanovića u mjestu Lagrimone, Italija, sudjelovalo u prvom od tri jezična kampa u sklopu AC4SL projekta. Kamp je trajao 10 dana, a učenici su dobili priliku sudjelovati na satima stranih jezika, dramskim i glazbenim radionicama te posjetiti gradove Parmu i Pisu.
Treći projektni sastanak održan je u partnerskoj školi na Kreti (Grčka) krajem lipnja 2016. “Na sastanku su bila po dva nastavnika iz svake partnerske škole. Našu školu predstavljale su kolegica Marija Pavelić i ja. Evaluirali smo dosadašnju provedbu projekta te dogovorili daljnje zadatke koje je potrebno odraditi kako bi provedba projekta bila uspješna. Upoznali smo i ljepote tog predivnog otoka”, kaže prof. Hrnjak.
Vesna LATINOVIĆ

Marina Hrnjak













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