This Autumn second educational collaboration Erasmus+ project started at Kõrveküla Põhikool. The project is called „Through robotics and collaboration to the successful citizens of the 21st century”. The project began on the 1st of September 2017 and will run until 31st of August 2019.
Three schools will participate:
- Kõrveküla Põhikool (Estonia – coordinator)
- Proto gymnasio Komotinis (Komotini, Greece)
- IES Schamann (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain)
The aim of this project is to share the experiences of using robotics in learning processes with the project partners. We have all used various robotics equipment and platforms in school. Now it is time to share our knowledge, experiences and success stories with others. We are united in our common interest in robotics. It is important to share our best practices and successes aongst different countries in order to develop new techniques. Both teachers and students will benefit from this project’s ideas, thoughts and techniques that fulfil the project’s purpose – to learn from each other. This is a great example of collaboration with other schools on a European-wide level.
October 2017: project meeting in Kõrveküla, Estonia. Coordinators from schools will be present.
December 2017: project meeting and international learning and teaching experience (6days) in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Four students + two teachers + coordinators from Kõrveküla Põhikool and Proto gymnasio Komotinis.
May 2018: project meeting and international learning and teaching experience (6days) in Kõrveküla, Estonia. Five students + two teachers + coordinators from Proto gymnasio Komotinis and IES Schamann.
Autumn 2018: project meeting and international learning and teaching experience (6days) in Komotini Greece. Five students + two teachers + coordinators from Kõrveküla Põhikool and IES Schamann.
June 2019: project meeting in Kõrveküla, Estonia. Coordinatords from schools will be present.
Ninth grade students from Kõrveküla Põhikool Grete Paat, Marta Roosimaa, Henri Treier and Reigo Joorits share their experiences and describe the international learning and teaching activities they took part in.
Erasmus+ project coordinator at Kõrveküla Põhikool