Iammin vastaanotto taiteen ja luonnon valilla: a warm welcome between Art and Nature

A warm welcome between Art and Nature

This time the main theme of the last TPM meeting was ” Recycling and Environment”. On 16/9/2019 the Italian teachers G. Monteleone and A. Perconte landed to Finland.
Everybody arrived according to the scheduled time and Salo offered us a warm welcome with a cooking class. According to what previously agreed, each delegation of the participating countries introduced their traditions by offering a typical regional dish.
Moreover each delegation presented their own city and educational institution to the Moision kuolu also using the multimedia material created during the various phases of the project. Teachers visited the school and appreciated the classes of carpentry, iron working, art and music, and finally the craft class (which includes activities related to the domestic economy). The activity continued at Teijo where the teachers met the artist Tuula Nikulainen with whom they held a workshop experimenting an artistic handicraft made with the use of natural materials. Continue reading

Last transnational meeting of our project

koulu_etusivu_kevatThe teachers of seven partner schools meet face to face for the last time during our  international project. The meeting starts on Monday, 16th September, in Finland. The end is on Friday, 20th September 2019.  The host school is Moisio koulu, one of the four junior high schools in Salo, with 580 pupils and 60 teachers. Our project SMART will end last day of September.

Italian travel diary and video of a fantastic Erasmus experience in Pyrgos

These are all the student’s travel diary of the Greek course. In their words there is all the gratitude for this beautiful experience. Thanks, Pyrgos!

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Pyrgos: links between Greece and Sicily

Students and teachers from the seven countries met in Pyrgos from 5th to 11th May 2019.On our arrival “late at night” we were welcomed by families and colleagues and all through the week the group experienced a positive atmosphere which made our stay more and more enjoyable and interesting.

The week started with a presentation of students’ videos on ”How logic was transformed into theatre”. Italian students showed a beautiful video on the legend of Volcano which highlighted the links between Greece and Sicily.

Students took part to several visits to archaeological sites and museums  in Olympia and Messini and they took part in  workshops  both at school and at museums. These activities cemented the relationship with students of other countries and improved their competence and fluency in English.

Greek families were very caring and they did everything to make the students feel at home and together with Pyrgos school they played a fundamental role for the success of the project.