During the 28th and 29th September, we've spent two days in Tenerife where we attended the workshop organised by SEPIE (our National Agency) to give us feedback and information on how to deal with an Erasmus + project. In the workshop, we learned about coordinators' tasks, partners' tasks, dissemination and impact measure and ideas, outcomes and requirements by our NA. It was indeed a profitable experience. #ErasmusPlusSepie #ErasmusplusCat #Goforliteracy
Sunday, 8 October 2017
Monday, 25 September 2017
As a first step, we need to analyse what is our starting point regarding our students' reading, listening, speaking and writing skills; as well as other skills related to autonomy, decision making, critical thinking or problem solving. To do this, we'd like our 4t ESO students to do these surveys. Check them out!
Here you are our project infographic which contains basic information related to participant schools, timeline of activities and mobilities, project objectives, expected impact and results and evaluation processes. Moreover you can click on "Useful links" which directs you to our wiki, INS Marina website and our blog. Stay tuned!
Monday, 18 September 2017
As every 8th September, this year we've celebrated the International Literacy day. Our 4t ESO students have done this task in class as an initial evaluation.
We're happy to announce the project Eramus + "Go for Literacy to Enlighten your Future" has been approved at INS Marina. It'll be implemented in 4t ESO courses during two years 2017-2019.
As as introduction, we hold a teaching staff meeting where we introduced the main objectives, products and impact of the project. This was the presentation: