Erasmus moments brochure

of 66/66
Teenager Today - European Citizen Tomorrow Creative Minds ΠΕΡΙΦΕΡΕΙΑΚΟ ΓΥΜΝΑΣΙΟ ΚΟΚΚΙΝΟΤΡΙΜΙΘΙΑΣ ΕΥΡΩΠΑΪΚΑ ΠΡΟΓΡΑΜΜΑΤΑ ERASMUS+ 2014 - 2016 Erasmus+ This project is funded by the European Union.
  • date post

    03-Aug-2016
  • Category

    Documents

  • view

    216
  • download

    4

Embed Size (px)

description

Teenager Totay - European Citizen Tomarrow , Creative Minds

Transcript of Erasmus moments brochure

  • .

    , .

    .

    Teenager Today - European Citizen TomorrowCreative Minds

    ERASMUS+

    2014 - 2016Erasmus+

    This project is funded by the European Union.

  • Teenager Today - European Citizen TomorrowCreative Minds

    ERASMUS+

    2014 - 2016

    Erasmus+This project is funded by the European Union.

  • ,

    Erasmus + 2014-2016 2016

    : ,

    : , ,

    : ,

    , : , ,

    : , , , , , , , , ,

    :

  • ,

    ,

  • .

    , . , , , , , , , , , , . , , ,

    . , , , , , , .

    : , , .

    , - , .

    , .

    , .

    ERASMUS+

    2014-2016

    ERASMUS MOMENTSTeenager Today European Citizen Tomorrow

    Creative Minds

  • , , . , , , .

    , ,

  • , , Creative Minds Teenager Today-European Citizen Tomorrow, Erasmus +.

    Creative Minds, Teenager Today - European Citizen Tomorrow, , . , .

    . , , , . , , . ., , . . , , , . . ,

    , . . , . .

  • , . , , Creative Minds Teenager today - European Citizen Tomorrow. , , . - . .

    . , , . , -, , , . ; , . . ( , ) , . , . . , .

    ,

    , . , . , , , , . , , , .

  • , . , , . , , , . , , , . , , , , , , , . , , , , ,

    . . , 2014-2015, , . , , 2015-2016, . . , , , . , , , , .

    , !

  • , Erasmus+:1. Teenager today - European Citizen Tomorrow, , , , .

    2. Creative Minds, , . , Lego Robots, , , , . , , , . .

    logo ,

  • 2014 , 2015-16, , Erasmus +, .

    , Teenager

    Today European Citizen Tomorrow, Kallangens Skola, Stockholm, , College des 4 vents, Lyon, Elektrostrojarska Skola, Varazdin, . , Creative Minds, Zespol Szkol Gimnazjum, Zawierciu , , , , .

    , , , , , , , ,

    . , , , , . , , , :

    .

    .

    . .

    , . , , .

    , ,

  • TEENAGER TODAY - EUROPEAN CITIZEN TOMMOROW

    Teenager Today - European Citizen Tomorrow

    : ,

    , , -

    , ,

    , -

    ,

    ,

    , , , - , , , , , , ,

    ,

    . ,

    !

    ,

    Teenager Today European Citizen Tomorrow

    Erasmus + , . . Teenager Today European Citizen Tomorrow . 2014 2014-15 2015-16. , . , , . , ( , 2014-15 2015-16):

  • 1

    - , Elektrostrojarska, 1 3

    2014. , . , , . , . , Varazdin , , . , ,

    , , 2 , , 2015.

    , , . ,

    .

    ,

  • , , . Teenager Today European Citizen Tomorrow :

    1 : . , . , . , , .

    . . , ,

    ! , . , . :

    , .

    ,

    . ,

    .

    .

    .

    , . .

    .

    !

  • . ,

    . ,

    , : http://youtu.be/fIfT5fnZGLs

    :

    , .

    .

    .

    .

    .

    I really cannot say how all Swedish students would treat a new student like in Sandra`s story (neither can I say how all Croatian students would

    react). I personally feel like it really depends on what kind of a school you

    place yourself into going.

    Students wake up at 6 and go to school at 7: it is very early because we start at 8.25! But they stop at 2 pm and we stop most of the times at

    5.20pm... This is a common point with Cyprus! Some students live in town, others in the coun-try (so it is longer to go to school) and we have

    the same problem here.

    Question 1: Based on the movies you have watched, what are the similarities of the lifestyle compared to the Cypriot teenage reality you have traced?Students have answered that they found several similarities with most commonly the available time they have to do things that they love most which are common: sport, music, computers-, to meet friends, have fun. Also most students use bus to go to school and return home. In addition students have found common adolescent behaviors such as bullying and fringe of some children.

    Question 2: Based on the movies you saw, what differences in lifestyle compared to the Cypriot teenage reality you have found?Some students answered that they found no different in behavior, while some others said that some acts of students especially in the Swedish movie- were too extreme. Most students said that in other countries schools starts at a different time than at our own. Also pupils travel longer distances to reach their schools using different and many ways of transport, do not have such strict regula-tions, and are not required to wear school uniform. Students seem to be more open-minded and more independent compared to the Cypriot students.

    Question 5: If you were a teenager in Croatia, what advantages and disadvantages do you think you would you have from their way of living?Students mentioned as advantages the variety of choices of transportation means that would allowed to them to go from one place to another, they can wear whenever they want in school, they will also had the opportunity to live in bigger country, and have fun at huge parks. As disadvantages, students pointed the abusive behavior of some students against other students, and noted that several children were victims of verbal violence. They also said that some teachers dont care at all for these problems. Finally some students mentioned the cold and hazy weather of Croatia, as well as the fact that students need to walk long distances to go to school or tutorial.

    Question 6: If you were a teenager in Sweden, what advantages and disadvantages do you think you would you have from their way of living?Students mentioned as advantages the fact that students can wear whenever they want in school and the fact that young people liv-ing free and independent and more easily accept others with and their particularities. As disadvantages they mentioned that some minorities of students cannot express themselves freely, could be blamed by others and eventually make them to feel embarrassed about what they really are.

    Question 7: If you were a teenager in France, what advantages and disadvantages do you think you would you have from their way of living?For this question we got the following answers: schools have more technological equipment, students can wear whenever they want in school, there is multiculturalism, theres no racism and no discrimination among students and they accept those who are different. Teachers show their love and interest to students. The disadvantages of someone living in France, students reported, the lack of respect towards their teachers, the fact that students disagreed strongly among themselves and asked pointless questions during class, since students are not punished for their misbehavior. Also because of multiculturalism students lost their own culture and tradition and therefore have common customs and habits.

  • ERASMUS+

    ,

    !

    , ,

    ;

    ,

    ,

    ,

    ,

    .

    ,

    ,

    ,

    Croatian students comment aboutSwedish movie

    I dont think that Swedish teenagers are bullying like in the Croatian movie. I mean, most

    teenagers wouldnt start to make fun of a new classmate at the first day they come to the

    school. Especially not when the new classmate didnt do anything and only sat at the desk.

    Croatian students comment aboutCyprus movie

    Our overall impression of the movie is very favorable because everyone liked it. It shows a realistic situation and doesnt make everything seem perfect, like some of the movies usually

    do. We are sure that some of us can relate to the problems shown in the movie, especially

    feeling like an outcast in todays society andbeing treated badly for not fitting in.

    French students comment about Cyprus movie

    AFTER SCHOOL Students have particular classes but the system is different from ours: they can choose what they want to learn and then have private lessons after school. Then after these optional lessons, they meet their friends and play. In France, as we go back home late, we

    rarely meet our friends after school!

  • 2 . , , , , . . , . . , , . , . , .

  • 3 : . , , . , power point . , . , . , , . . , .

    Teenager Today- European Citizen

    Tomorrow ,

    ,

    .

    .

    ,

    ! , , , , !!

    . ,

  • 4 . . , . , . . , . , . . , .

    . !

    .

    .

  • .

    ,

    , ,

    ,

    .

    .

    , ,

    Kallangens

    skola, Lidingo, ,

    .

    ,

    ,

    .

    , /,

    .. ,

    .

    ,

  • 2

    2 5 7 2015 . , , . , , ., , , . , , , . , .

    .

    ,

  • !...

    Teenager Today - Eurpean Citizen Tomorrow ,

    .

    , ,

    . ,

    . , .

    .

    ,

    . , .

    , !

    ,

  • 5 . . . , . , . 50 :

    , .

    / , . , . , ,

    , .

    , / , . ,

    .

    . ,

    , . !

    ,

    !

    !

  • 6 ! ! . . . , . .

    ! !!

  • 7 7 Teenager Today - European Citizen Tomorrow !! , . . , , . . . :

  • . ,

    .

    .

    ,

    .

    France:

    It was nice that a lot of groups worked and used different

    methods to solve the problem. One group used our method

    but the other two used a faster solution which none of us

    thought about. We liked their method. It was really nice

    that just by making the ratios homonyms they could give an

    answer to the problem.

    Croatia:

    They have solved the problem in a similar

    way that we did. At first each one said

    their opinion. They discussed and

    proceeded to the solution. They have

    worked and communicated better than

    we did.

    Sweden:

    Sweden worked in the same way that

    we did. They cooperated well.

    But, it was nicer to see the students

    faces instead of looking at the solution

    the whole time.

  • 8 , . , , . , . , , . , . . , .

    .

    . , , ,

    , ,

    . : !!

    ,

  • 9 9 , , , . , , . , . , , , UNESCO, . .

    In the future, I would like to visit Croatia

    because they have very great buildings

    that match with the environment. The

    city of Varazdin is amazing. Im quite

    impressed with the maintenance and the

    presentation of their buildings.

    JOANNA ODYSSEOS

    We prefer to visit Sweden because it

    offers so much natural beauty and so

    much green. We want to see the large

    bridge closely.

    Chrystalleni Gavriel

    Olga Constantinou

    I would like to visit France because it is an impressive country with wonderful archi-

    tecture that blends with the space.The big doors and windows is a feature

    that is found in France and Cyprus.I was also surprised that they use the

    sandstone as well. CHRYSO CONSTANTINOY

    In the future I would like to visit Croatia because it is a very nice country with

    impressive architecture and rich cultural heritage. I have noticed that we have

    many common characteristics regarding the for traditional architecture, such as

    sandstone, big doors and windows.In addition, I was surprised to notice that

    the modern architecture of Croatia is similar to ours (shape and color).

    Korina Neofytou

  • :

  • 3 Collge des quatre vents Larbresle, 27 29 2016. , , . , , . , Larbresle, .

  • .

    , ,

    .

    . .

    ,

  • !! , , . (24 2015) philenews. (22 2015). paideia news (21 2015) (24 2015).

    2015-07-21 17:47:01

  • 2014-15 2014-15 2015-16. 2014-15, , , , . . , . .

  • 4 , Kallangens Skola, Stockholm 18 20 2016. , , . , , . , , . , , ! , , , ,

    . , , , , , .

  • , (blog), :http://crmicy.blogspot.com/

    Creative Minds :

    Creative Minds

    Creative Minds , 2014 2014-15 2015-16. Zespol Szkol Gimnazjum Zawierciu . , , , , (Lego Robots) , , . , , , . - .

  • Creative Minds :: , , , , , , - , , , , , ,

  • 1 Creative Minds, . , . , MS Access . MS Excel . , , - (

    ), . MS Excel, . , . , . :

    , :https://www.dropbox.com/sh/zdc06ftfserqtqv/AABjgjNxrMq1d22qUGUKV9Tna?dl=0

  • 2Course Lego Robots

    Course Lego Robots Lego Robots . course . , , WRO, . .

    3 . , , , Karlsberg , . , project . , , .

  • 4Lego Course , Lego Robots. Frederick University, robots. . . , .

  • 5 . (, ) , , . , , :) ()) ()) ()) ()) Burj Khalifa Dubai ( )

    Creative Minds (2014-2015, 2015-2016), . , , : , , . , , , , , . , , . , . . , , ( ) (, , , , ) , , ., , . , , . .

    ,

  • , , . , , . . .

    1 26 3 2015, . , . , , , .

  • .

    .

    Creative Minds ,

    ,

    .

    .

    ,

    ,

    .

    Teenagers of Today - Citizens of Tomorrow .

    .

    .

    .

    ,

    .

    ,

    .

  • 6 , ., Lego Commander tablets smartphones , robot . , robot ,

    180 , . , robot 50cm , , . , robot , . , :

    Creative Minds ! .

    , !

    . , , .

    ,

  • 7 , . Creative Minds.

    8 8 , . . , . , , , Lego Robots, . , , , Lego Robots.

  • Creative Minds, , Zawiercie, . 24 1 2015. , Creative Thinking, . .

  • 9 , . . , , .

  • 10WebinarCreative Thinking , . Marek, . . . , .

    11Video Messages video . . , . .

    !

    .

    .

    . ,

    . .

    .

  • 12Lego Digital Designer Course Lego Digital Designer, . , . .

    Erasmus, Creative Minds . ,

    . , , .

    , , .

    , , , .

    , , , .

    , ,

    .

    .

    ,

  • , 27 7 2015, . , . , , . , , , ., . , . , .

    .

  • 13Puzzles & Crosswords about Robotics . puzzles , . . . .

    14 15 Video Conference 14 , 15 2016. Zespol Szkol Gimnazjum Zawierciu . : . debate , , . , , , , . . , . , .

  • 15 lego robots . , . . . .

    , 4 11 2016 . , .

    , .

    .

    .

    . . .

    .

    .

    . . .

    !

  • 5/5/2016Today we had to wake up at 6:00 am because we had a trip to Zakopane. It was such a beautiful place. We saw big mountains around us and many shops with souve-nirs. We also saw a place where people could ski. After

    we entered to a lift chair and it lifted us to the hill. It was such a beautiful view. When we arrived to the hill there

    was a slide and we used it. It was so extreme. Then they took us to the restaurant and we ate shnizzel they call it Schabowy. It was delicious. After they took us to a

    place where we could buy souvenirs. After two hours we came back to the bus and went home.

    We were exhausted.

  • Creative Minds .

    .

  • . . .

    ,

    .

    .

    Ogrodzieniec Castle. 7 !!

    , .

    !!

  • On Monday morning, we woke up and had a delicious breakfast. We then took the bus and went to the Lego workshop. Later we went to the salt mine which was 300 meters

    below the ground. I was really fascinated by the fact that there were museums and chambers underground. Even wedding ceremonies take place underground. You can

    also taste water that is so salty you cant swallow, according to old folk tales. The most memorable part of the day was when we visited Auschwitz. We were able to see and understand what people, who were taken there, went through. It was an experience

    which will remain in our minds forever.

    . , ,

    . , .

    .

  • .

    , .

    .

    Teenager Today - European Citizen TomorrowCreative Minds

    ERASMUS+

    2014 - 2016Erasmus+

    This project is funded by the European Union.