Erasmus+ DEDA 2019-2021
Our project Digital Education fulfills one of the objectives of Erasmus +, to support the exchange of good practices and innovation criteria in order to address common challenges. The aim is to cooperate with other schools in order to improve the level and quality of education.
The schools we collaborate with are Landrat-Gruber-Schule Dieburg (Germany), Hjalmar Strömerskolan (Sweden) and Berufsschule für Verwaltungsberufe (Austria).
We are all immersed in the use of new technologies and the application of innovative methodologies. The stays in the different countries will allow us to acquire new and valuable educational experiences, to receive training and to define a common framework that will then be transferred to the rest of the teaching staff. Concepts and work plans will be analysed. On the other hand, students will work on common challenges with students from all the countries involved.
Multilingualism, the internationalization of education and the increasing use of digital learning are the pillars of this project.
In the 19/20 school year we will visit Austria and Sweden and in 20/21 Brussels and Austria.
Erasmus+ Your life – my life 2019-2020
Students of Deutsche Schule in Zaragoza and Söhre-Schule in Lohfelden visit each other in their home towns in order to learn about the different cultures as well as their historic and social bases.
They stay with host families in whose homes they experience everyday life in the other country. They present their home towns to each other and do projects to explore their history. By these means they develop a consciousness for similarities and differences as well as for the conditions of living together in present-day Europe.
They interview each other and learn more about their partners’ attitudes and opinions.
Together they present the results in a multimedia exhibition. Thus, they inform younger learners and the (school) public about the project and its content. The presentations, videos and posters can later be used in class or for the preparation of further Exchange projects.
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