Traveling with Erasmus

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The Italian newspaper La Nuova Ferrara published an article to inform the public about the beginning of our project. The article was published before the opening meeting in Turkey. This is another example of the dissemination of our project by local communities.




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The IC Pascoli di Cento, speaks and makes network with Europe thanks to the Erasmus plus project “4C’s LEARNING 4 TOMORROW“. Satisfaction of the new school manager Dr. Rosaria Calabria, for the approval of the project. Second experience for the IC Pascoli that in the previous two years was project coordinator of “THE FUTURE IS AT SCHOOL”, which ended on 12 July. The impact of the previous partnership, on adults and pupils, says teacher Giuliana Tomà, was the iengine to present the new project: the pleasure of dealing with other countries, other cultures, customs, different traditions.

The “4C’s LEARNING 4 TOMORROW” project focuses on cooperation and the exchange of good practices between schools and has as its main objective to promote the 4Cs: critical thinking, creativity, collaboration and communication through new technologies. The partnership consists of the following schools:

LITHUANIA Kelmes Aukuro Pagrindine Mokykla, ITALY Istituto Comprensivo 2 Pascoli – Cento, SPAIN Montserrat Muňoz, TURKEY Asagı Cıyanlı Sehit Ahmet Birkac Ilkokulu, PORTUGAL EB1/PE of Marinheira, Madeira, FINLAND Ruskilan koulu Nakkilan kunta.

Mobility is provided for teachers and pupils. Giuliana Tomà and teachers Davide Bosi and Stefania Manferdini take part in the first project meeting, to be held from 11 to 16 November in Turkey. Exchanges that in these years the teachers of the institute have organized, have been occasions for growth, dialogue, friendships and professional relationships that have gone beyond the borders and have made it clear that the other must be known, that every Country has its own landscapes, scents, foods, traditions and that, despite the differences, or thanks to these, you live unique experiences and you return with a more open mind, a heart full of satisfaction, the desire to start again, also gaining awareness of your country and your cultural identity.

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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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