4th Transnational meeting. Iniesta, Spain 1st-3rd Jun 2018

The project is finishing and the coordinator and the partner teachers need to meet in order to resume the experiences and outcomes on students and schools. The final report must show all about them and it must be filled taking into account all the points of view. At the same time, in the transnational visit the Erasmus+ teachers could visit two places considered world heritage: the city of Segovia, where an aqueduct was built by the roman empire, and the monastery of “San Lorenzo del Escorial”, royal palace of Ferdinand the second. In Iniesta, the Erasmus+ team was received by the mayor in the town hall to give gratitude for the hard work made along these two years.

Some pictures about the visit are here.

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3rd Short-Term Exchange – Iniesta, Spain 10-16 Apr 2018 – Evaluation Results

It is important for the good progress and development of the project to get the feedback of the students who are the key in this project. The feedback is got by a survey to obtain information related with their opinion about the stories that they and their partners have represented and about the activities that the host country has planned in their short-term exchange trips.

The next PDF file shows the results of the survey about the visit to Spain:

3rd Short-Term Exchange. Iniesta, Spain 10-16 Apr 2018 – Results

3rd Short-Term Exchange. Iniesta, Spain 10-16 Apr 2018 – Minute

                     

  1. STORIES BY THE STUDENTS AND ACTIVITIES
    All the stories presented by students have significantly shown how students see the problem of Refugees in our countries. Students have made a great effort to try and understand what is a refugee, what are their main problems and what the possible solutions could be. Teachers have guided them to reach their conclusions and prepared the acting of the stories.
    After that, students have participated in a Kahoot Activity, in groups, so they could show their understanding of each story.
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3rd Short-Term Exchange. Iniesta, Spain 10-16 Apr 2018 – Harmony day

Saturday, 14th April – 5th day of the visit

The Erasmus+ meeting is finishing and we wanted to thank to the families, the local authorities, students and teachers the moments and experiencies that have been lived. The head of studies and the Erasmus+ coordinator of the spanish school talked to the present people about the Erasmus+ program and its benefits for students. Both students and teachers representatives talked about the changes that students participating in that program get. And the mayor of Iniesta showed the gratitude for the great work done by the schools. After exchanging some presents all the people could taste the typical products cooked by the families and dance typical songs of the Erasmus+ partner countries. This day offered to the families the opportunity to share experiencies, talk with students and teachers…

Here are some pictures of the activity.

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3rd Short-Term Exchange. Iniesta, Spain 10-16 Apr 2018 – Dinner and culture

Friday, 13th April – 4th day of the visit

What’s the best way to know the culture of a city? We thought that taking the culture to the students was the best way. And we joined both culture and fun. Students and teachers had dinner in a restaurant of Iniesta where two types of tipical dances were shown. Firstly, a flamenco music group sang and danced for the Erasmus+ partners, encouraging to them to follow the dances. Next, a group of persons of Iniesta danced a traditional dance called “Paloteo” because they use pieces of wood to hit against the wood of the other dancers.

Here are some pictures of the activity.

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3rd Short-Term Exchange. Iniesta, Spain 10-16 Apr 2018 – Cabriel river valley

Friday, 13th April – 4th day of the visit

After attending to some classes in the spanish school, the Erasmus+ team travelled to a close environment. It is crossed by a river called Cabriel. It is said that it is the most clean river of Spain. The river walks between walls of stone called “Knives”. Students and teachers walked, enjoying the nature, taking pictures… with the only sound of the water and the birds.

Here are some pictures of the activity.

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