Two calls for proposals were recently published on the Official Journal of the EU:
(1) A Call for proposals EAC/13/2011 European Policy Network for the Implementation of Key Competences in School Education has been published on 21 June 2011 in the Official Journal C 180/25.
(2) A Call for proposals EAC/01/2011 European Policy Network on the education of children and young people with a migrant background has been published on 24 June 2011 in the Official Journal C 183/08.
Read more about these two calls by visiting the EUPA’s website on :
Ms. Anna Gatkowska, of Gimnazjum im. Polskich Olimpijczyków, Lower Secondary School in Kraszewice, Poland, is currently seeking partners for an eTwinning/Comenius multilateral project. The school caters for about 160 students and their ages range from 13-16 years of age.
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Mr. Wolfgang Fischer would like to invite a Maltese school to join them in their Comenius project. He says:
We want to start a Comenius project in Summer 2011. In the moment we are 7 schools from Poland, Romania, Denmark, Netherland, Greece, Spain and my school from Germany. We want to make a Preperatory Meeting in Novemer 2010 and all partners have joined projects before. The topics can be ICT, health, physical activities and we wait also for new ideas.
Students are in the age between 6 and 17 and from different types of school. If you need more information about the project, send me a email and I invite you to our homepage, since you need a keyword to view it.
If you would like to join Wolfgang Fisher you can look him up on the eTwinning Portal and send him an email, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to be given his contacts.
Mr. Eric Matroule is a teacher at the Ecole Fondamentale Connunale du Halage, Belgium, and has a Comenius Project for Primary Schools, entitled, “Tell me who you are and I’ll tell you who I am”. Mr. Matroule has contacted the Maltese National Support service to explain to us about his project:
“Hello, I’m a teacher in an primary school in Belgium (near Liège). We have a big experience in the Comenius project and we would like to start something new. By this project: – children would be ambassadors of their school, their town, their country; – they would use ICT (pictures, videos, websites, newspapers,video conference) to communicate, to exchange. So, as little journalists of Europe; – we would contribute to linguistic exchange (english); – different topics would be introduced (cooking, songs, folk,architectory,fashion…); – teachers exchange of course. If you approve, join us and give us your idea…”
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What are Comenius Partnerships? Part of the Lifelong Learning Programme, Comenius seeks to develop knowledge and understanding among young people and educational staff of the diversity of European cultures , languages and values. It helps young people acquire the basic life skills and competences necessary for their personal development, for future employment and for active citizenship. Continue reading ‘Comenius Partnerships: Seeking Maltese Partners’
The 28th March is the birthday of John Amos Comenius. eTwinning together with Comenius would like to celebrate his birthday by sending him a postcard to his home country – Czech Republic.
All European countries will take part in this competition and an exhibition of all the postcards received will be held during the Comenius weeks. One school from each country will also get the chance of winning a small prize too!
Apart from sending the postcard to Czech National Agency, you can also send a copy/photo of the postcard to our eTwinning national support service on email@example.com so that we show it to all on our website too.
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