Hand to Hand Dissemination

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After our meeting in Italy, some online editions of local newspapers from partner countries published the activities carried out, thus contributing to the dissemination of the project.

In Italy, Cento newspaper areacentese.com described the varied educational and cultural program of the meeting. Entitled The Pascoli di Cento Comprehensive School home to the 2nd meeting of the Erasmus + 4C’s Learning4tomorrow project, the article underlined the participation of 12 teachers and 25 students, 17 of whom were hosted by student’s families.

According to the article, “Everything was accomplished thanks to the “choral effort” of the school community, pupils, families, teachers and leaders“.

In Turkey, the local Kadirli newspaper Sila Gazetesi also described the various activities carried out through an article entitled Aşağı Çiyanlı Ş. Ahmet Birkaç Primary School is in Italy for 4C Erasmus Project. In addition, it emphasized the words of director Harun Bayazıtoğlu who highlighted the contributions of the Italian meeting.

4C  activities were planned in accordance with the objectives of the project; 21st century skills such as communication, collaboration, creativity and critical thinking were aimed to be acquired by students. I believe that this mobility has provided numerous contributions to our students. I would like to thank everyone who contributed.

Harun Bayazıtoğlu

In turn, in Spain, the digital newspapers Lanza (Diario de La Mancha) and La Tribuna de Ciudad Real also produced an extensive article about the meeting in Italy, with special emphasis on the participation of two Spanish teachers and seven students from our partner CEIP Maestro Juan de Ávila.

In addition to describing the main activities carried out and the several places visited, the articles also highlighted a week in which Carnival, Baroque art and Venice were protagonists.

Learning 4 Tomorrow

is a project that focuses on cooperation and exchange of good practices between schools. The main goal of the project is to promote 4C’s (Critical thinking, Creativity, Collaboration and Communication). The project unites primary schools from LithuaniaFinlandItalySpainTurkey and Portugal.


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