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)

Tuesday, 1 March 2016

``We´re getting on with our challenge. Laudio Secondary School Project and Erasmus+ Project´´.

These days the participants in our `It´s my Life- It´s my choice´ Erasmus+ Project  at IES LAUDIO BHI in the Basque Country are engaged in several activities which are intended to accomplish our challenge: raise the funds for one year´s wages of a librarian at Tinduf refugee camps in Sahara.
For weeks the students have taken turns bringing the omelets they make at home and selling them among schoolmates and teachers craving for a portion at break time.

At the same time we have been selling tickets for a raffle which will take place on March 18, when the traditional Friday of Sorrows fair will be held in our town.

After expenses, almost €500 has been raised by now with these two actions, which is making our goal close to come true.

Besides, there are other ideas which are being considered. One of these is turning cork bottle tops into caring key rings. The cork tops have been provided by `Victor y Amorim´ company from Navarrete (La Rioja), who have recently started collaborating with the project as associated partners.

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