Education in its general sense is a form of learning in which the knowledge, skills, and habits of a group of people are transferred from one generation to the next through teaching, training, or research. For us, as teachers, our daily work involves institutionalized teaching and learning in relation to a curriculum but we can’t forget that any experience that has a formative effect on the way one thinks, feels, or acts may be considered educational. It’s here where our Erasmus+ project fits, preparing students for life as active citizens.

This is the blog specially created for the ERASMUS+ project called It's my life, it's my choice Here there are the 5 EUROPEAN schools working together in this challenger adventure:

1- The Coordinating school: LAUDIO BHI from Laudio (SPAIN)
2.- GROTIUSCOLLEGE, Delft (The Netherlands)
3.- NORGARDENSKOLAN, Uddevalla (Sweden)
5.- LYCEE AORAI, Pirae (French Polynesia)

Friday, 12 June 2015

Sweden(Uddevalla) mobility of our students and teachers 17-23 May 2015


       Our project works are going very well. I prepared a presentation for Turkish stand in Sweden. We had a nice dialogue with all partner schools' students. Lots of love.....
(Beyzanur Gülsün, student)        
I attended the meeting in Sweden in May 2015. I and my friends from Turkey had met in the wiki and chatted more than a month so when we arrived in Sweden we felt as if we had known each other for a long time. I had a good communication with other participant students. We created a group in ''Whatsup'' and are still chatting via internet. It is honor for me to be a part of such kind of projets.
        I learned to cook different dishes from a diffirent culture. We had special Swedish actvities. Also we had different school applications such as I had my hair cut by one of host friend. I had a responsibility in the presentation of Turkey in stand space of Turkey. I'm looking forward to my friends from Tahiti, Netherlands, Sweden, The Basque Country coming to the meeting in Turkey in May 2016.
Love from Turkey to all of you.
(Selin Özkan, student)

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