Student exchange in Madrid

Between 22nd April and 27th April 2017 representatives of all schools participating in the project met for the second time – in IES Gomez Moreno in Madrid. Each country was represented by 2 teachers and 10 students, who came to Madrid to compare and reflect on the results and progress of our common Erasmus+ project.…

Presentation of Gimnazjum 17 in Wrocław

Gimnazjum 17 is a lower secondary school in Wrocław, a historical city in the west-south of Poland. The school is not very big: it has about 350 students and employs 25 teachers. The students stay in gimnazjum for 3 years. Most students come from the neighbourhood – a big housing-estate of tall block of flats…

Guide to work with projects in class

An educational project is a method of teaching which helps to  build up several skills and integrates students’ knowledge from a number of areas. The main point of the project is to make students work together, independently of a teacher,  to find a solution to a chosen  problem. Project work  is a very  effective method…

CLIL guide

CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Lerning) “refers to situations where subjects are taught through a foreign language with dual-focused aims, namely the learning of content and the simultaneous learning of a foreign language” (Marsh 1999). Hence, CLIL establishes a balance between content and language learning (Pavlovic and Markovic 2012). Proficiency is supposed to be reciprocally…