LTTA

ITALY- L'ALBERO AZZURRO

6TH- 10 TH JUNE 2022
In this mobility, teachers shared their experiences after implementing the methods discussed in the previous LTTAs in their organizations and analyzed the advantages and disadvantages of pedagogical-didactic methods to address issues concerning environmental education. Photos and videos made during local activities were shared: a fashion show in which clothes made with recycled materials were used, a visit to recycling banks in Vasto, public short films on pollution and campaigns to plant trees were organized. several practical workshops to be able to make herbaria, responsible recycling,. A workshop organized by the Italian school for participants will discuss the learning strategy based on the importance of videos as a facilitator of the creation of lessons and content on the topics of energy saving and to create educational resources and activities on the themes of the lack of energy sources and recycling. responsible. Each school has created teaching support materials: lesson plans, videos that will be included in the project report. An evaluation session was held for the activities carried out and the project coordinators. All partners contributed to the implementation of the program for the whole week spent in Italy. The video teaching strategies will be studied and practiced in various circumstances, also for the other topics held in the partner country meetings, using the English language. All participants expect effective results of its implementation.
During the week:
- learning strategies on the game 
- activity of the Italian school on pollution
- video-based learning workshop chaired by academics.
- workshop on the lack of energy resources and savings in children's lives
- a collection of lesson plans adapted to various age groups and levels, relating to the theme of lack of energy resources and recycling.
- Guided visit to an institution or NGO active in the field of environmental protection, recycling management, followed by a workshop.
- The whole group participated in the events. The teachers discussed and decided on the information to integrate into the school curriculum and adapt the content accordingly
- evaluation session

TURKEY -FATIH ILKOKULU

12th - 17th january 2020
All partners will cooperate and contribute to the implementation of activities specified in the programme. Participants will study and practice the
personalized and adaptive learning strategy in an international working setting, which will result in concrete classroom examples. All activities will be
condcted in English, the communication language in the project. The good practice examples provided through exchange of pedagogical experience
will be further transferred and integrated in their school curriculum. Information about schools, cities and home countries will be presented in different
formats (ppts, video, paper format, posters).
Daily working program
Day 1. Participants will introduce their school, home town and country after the welcome ceremony chaired by school teacher and project
coordinator.
Project management and implementation aspects will be discussed: project website, project logo, project tasks etc. A book comprising a set of rules
to follow throughout the project period will be signed by participants.
Day 2. Workshop on using personalised and adaptive learning strategy conducted by university lecturers will take place.
Day 3.A set of lesson plans for lessons suitable to different age groups of learners will be designed and it will be the joint contribution of participants
in the LTTA.
Day 4. Planned visit to a NGO or institution with experience in dealing with environmental issues. Workshop on the topic of climate change, followed
by a brainstorming activity in which teachers will suggest content to be integrating in their school curriculum and adapting it to students’ level.
Day 5. Evaluation session of activities during the week and collect lesson plans to be included in the project booklet

GREECE -1st Primary school of Chios "Ioanni Patera"

here you will read all about the meeting in our country
04.04.2022- 09.04.2022
As part of the agenda of the 3rd LTTA, teachers will share their experiences after implementing in their organisiations the methods discussed in the
previous LTTAs and they will analyse the advantages and disadvantages of the methods. Photos and videos taken during local activities will also be
shared: a fashion show in which they used outfits made of recycled materials, presentation of recycling banks/factories in their areas, short movies or
public announcements on pollution, a guided visit to a recycling bank and planting trees campaigns.
A workshop organized by the Italian school for participants will discuss the video-based learning strategy and further apply it to create teaching
resources and activities on the topics of lack of energy sources and responsible recycling. Each school will create teaching support materials: lesson
plans, create and select videos that will be included in the third section of the project booklet.
An evaluation session for the activities implemented will be also conducted and project coordinators will also agree on the content of the mid-term
report.
All partners will contribute to the implementation of the programme throughout the week spent in Italy. Strategies on teaching with videos will be
studied and practiced in various circumstances, using the English language. Effective results of its implementation are expected by all participants.
Daily working program
Day 1. The game-based learning strategy will be assessed and local activities on the topic of pollution will be presented.
Day 2. Video-based learning workshop chaired by university lecturer/s will take place.
Day 3. A collection of lesson plans adapted to various age groups and levels, related the topic of lack of energy resources and recycling will be
created with the joint contribution of the group.
Day 4. Guided visit to an institution or NGO active in the field of environmental protection, recycling management, followed by a workshop. The
events will be attended by the whole group. Teachers will discuss and decide on the information to integrate into the school curriculum and adapt its
content accordingly.
Day 5. Evaluation session of the meeting will be conducted by participants. All the materials designed during the week will be stored in digital format
to be included in the booklet; evaluation of the first years of the project activities and writing the mid-term report

BULGARIA -Osnovno uchilishte ''Ran Bosilek'' 

here you will read all about the meeting in our country
17.01.22 - 21.01.22
A point on this LTTA, teachers will share their experiences after implementing in their organsiations the methods discussed in the
previous LTTA. They will analyse the advantages and disadvantages of the video-based learning method. Photos and videos taken during local
activities will also be shared: a fashion show in which they used outfits made of recycled materials, presentation of recycling banks/factories in their
areas, short movies or public announcements on pollution, recycling boxes made from recycled materials.
A workshop organized by the Bulgarian school for participants to discuss the digital story telling strategy and further apply it to create teaching
resources and activities on the topics of deforestation and endangered species. Each school will create teaching support materials: lesson plans
which will be included in the fourth section of the project booklet.
All partners will bring their contribution to the implementation of the programme throughout the week in the Bulgarian host school. The digital story
telling strategy will be studied and practiced in an international setting, in various circumstances and in English. All participants expect effective
results after its implementation.
Daily working program
Day 1. Game-based learning strategy will be assessed and local activities on the topics of lack of energy sources and recycling.
Day 2. Digital storytelling workshop conducted by university lecturer/s will take place.
Day 3. A collection of lesson plans adapted to various age groups and levels, related to endangered species and deforestation will be created with
the joint contribution of the participants.
Day 4. Guided visit to an institution or NGO active in the field of environmental protection, followed by a workshop on endangered species and
deforestation. The events will be attended by the whole group. Teachers will discuss and decide on the information to integrate into the school
curriculum and adapt its content accordingly.
Day 5. All the materials designed during the week will be compiled and included in the fourth section of the booklet

POLAND- Miejskie Przedszkole Nr 9 "Kubus Puchatek" w Szczytnie

here you will read all about the meeting in our country
16.08.2022 - 20.08.2022
During this LTTA teachers will share their experiences after having implemented in their organisations the method discussed in the
previous LTTA-digital story telling. They will analyse the advantages and disadvantages of the method. Photos and videos taken during local
activities will also be shared: lessons on deforestation and endangered species, planting trees campaign, a guided visit and workshop organized in
an NGO to discuss about deforestation and animal species threatened with extinction.
A workshop organized by the Polish school as participants discuss the project-based learning strategy and further apply it to create teaching
resources. Each school will create teaching support materials: lesson plans, create and select videos that will be included in the fourth section of the
project booklet.
As this LTTA is scheduled at the end of the project, an evaluation session for the activities implemented in the second year will be conducted and
project coordinators will also work on the content of the final report. All project products and outputs: e-booklets, digital story book, photo albums etc.
will be compiled. The feedback for the LTTA will be done in an e-twinning online conference.
All partners will contribute to the implementation of the programme throughout the week in the host school. The project-based learning will be studied
and practiced in various circumstances by means of English language. Effective results of its implementation are expected by all participants.
Daily working program
Day 1. Assessment session of digital story telling strategy and local activities on endangered species and deforestation will be presented.
Day 2. Project-based learning workshop chaired by university lecturer/s will take place.
Day 3. A collection of lesson plans adapted to various age groups and levels, related the topic of overpopulation and urban sprawl will be created
with the contribution of the whole group.
Day 4. Guided visit to an institution or NGO active in the field of environmental protection, followed by a workshop on urban sprawl and over
population. The events will be attended by the whole group. Teachers will discuss and decide on the information to integrate into the school
curriculum and adapt its content accordingly. Mini-workshop using web 2.0 tools to design smart cities concepts.
Day 5. Evaluation session of the meeting will be conducted by participants. All the materials designed during the week will be stored in digital format
to be included in the last section of the booklet