Live life, give life
Healthier minds, smarter minds
This is an Erasmus project which wants to promote healthy habits among students so as to improve their academic results, their lifestyles and their future career. Moreover, there is also the urgent need to change additive habits which may arise in a technologic world. Last but not least, the best way to achive all the above mentioned is to work in teamworks with the teeneagers of European schools from six countries, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Portugal, Spain and Sweden.
Explore, experience, enhance the technology
El curs 2019-2020 iniciem un nou Erasmus + : EXPLORE, EXPERIENCE, ENHANCE THE TECHNOLOGY. O, el que és el mateix, l’ús de les noves tecnologies aplicades a l’ensenyament a l’aula. No pot haver un tema més engrescador per a professors i alumnes; vivim una nova era tecnològica i estem àvids per aprendre noves estratègies aprofitant el potencial de totes aquestes noves tecnologies.
En aquest Erasmus + participaran també Alemanya (coordinador del projecte), Regne Unit, Itàlia, Lituània i Turquia. Professors i alumnes ens desplaçarem a aquests països per fer cursos, trobades, intercanvis culturals, etc. També hi hauran alumnes d’aquests països que vindran a gaudir d’estades a Salou, i participaran en les activitats del nostre centre, així com en les organitzades pel mateix Erasmus.
Live life, give life
The project entitled Live Life Then Give Life: stuck between organ donation and stem cells involves the participation of four partners: Spain, Italy, Poland and Turkey. The topic is developed by a scientific, bioethics, philosophical and religious point of view.
The objectives of the project are different and focus on several key factors such as the development of civic, social and intercultural competences, the promotion of innovative solutions to ensure competences acquired through an informal, formal, and non-formal learning; the promotion of the internationalization, the development of the critical mindset, especially considering the cultural and environmental aspect of science; the adoption of an holistic approach in the learning of foreigner languages and the development of ICT skills using them in a creative way.
Thirty-two students and eight teachers will be directly involved in the project, but activities led at school will interest a major number of students and teachers. Students will attend conferences, seminars and lectures organized by the school whose aim is give them a holistic vision of the theme proposed by
different points of views. Doctors, biologists, philosophers, religious people, common men and women who have received an organ or struggle with this problem will be invited at school to give their support to the project and increase the students; knowledge of the problem/topic.
Students will be asked to create posters with slogans to be put at school and in town. 5. Students will create a brochure using softwares like Padlet to promote Organ Donation.
Students will organize a Donor’s day at school, and they will distribute their brochures to disseminate to all the school’s population their work and at the same time to make people aware of the problem. They will also organize a visit in the nearby schools to disseminate their activity.
Sunday: 24 Nov – Saturday: 30 Nov 2019
Zespol Szkol Technicznych nr1 im. Wojciecha
Address: Sportowa 23, Chorzów (Poland)
Istituto d'Istruzione Superiore Patini Liberatore
Address: Via dei Caraceni n.8, Castel Di Sangro (Italy)
Institut Marta Mata. Salou (Spain)
ADILE MERMERCI ANADOLU LISESI
Address: SUMER MAHALLESI 65/4 SOK NO:2
ZEYTINBURNU, ISTANBUL (Turkey)