Summarizing the 4C’s for Tomorrow Learning and Teaching

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From the 23rd to the 27th of May, the sixth and final meeting of our project, entitled Summarizing the 4C’s for Tomorrow Learning and Teaching, took place. It was an excellent organization of Kelmės Aukuro pagridinė mokykla that received partners from Portugal, Spain, Italy, Finland and Turkey.

Rception.

Kelmės Aukuro pagrindinė mokykla

On the first day of the meeting, in the morning, we were warmly welcomed at Kelmės Aukuro pagrindinė mokykla, in Kelmė, where we visited the school and the Sports Center.

After lunch we were welcomed by the Mayor and in the afternoon we visited the church and monastery of Tytuvėnai.

We ended the day at the emblematic Hill of Crosses.

The second day was spent in the capital Vilnius where we visited the Parliament (Seimas), the National Library and strolled through the center and old town of this beautiful city.

The third day began with the Learning and Teaching 4 Tomorrow conference held at the Multipurpose Center in Kelmė, where each partner presented an overview of their national education system, skills and inclusive education.

It was a moment of reflection and sharing, excellent as the finalizer of the project.

On the fourth day, the morning was spent visiting the Vocational School and Kindergarten Kūlverstukas, both located in Kelmė.

In the afternoon, we attended a music and dance show organized by the host school Kelmės Aukuro pagrindinė mokykla.

In the evening, there was a gala dinner and the respective ceremony for the delivery of certificates of participation.

In the morning of the fifth and last day we took a boat trip on the beautiful lake Mastis in Telšiai.

After lunch, we visited the city of Telšiai accompanied by a guide who explained a little about the traditions and culture of this city in the region of Samogitia.

That’s how this meeting ended, in a beautiful country full of history, culture and, above all, unforgettable people.

Ačiū Lietuvai!

The photo gallery of the meeting in Lithuania can be seen clicking here.


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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