The Shortest Day in Greece

  Livaneio Geniko Lykeio Kardamylon celebrated the shortest day of the year on 22nd December 2016. The event had 3 activities. The first activity consisted of a PowerPoint presentation about “Time Management”. The participants (students, parents and teachers) found the topic really interesting and shared their own experiences, difficulties and tips about the subject. The participants were given comment cards to get feedback. The comments were indisputable positive. … Continue reading The Shortest Day in Greece

The Shortest Day in Turkey

Cubuk Yıldırım Beyazıt Anadolu Lisesi celebrated the shortest day of the year on 21 st December 2016. The event had 3 sessions. In the first session ‘ the shortest day’ was described in terms of a geographical phenomenon through a Powerpoint presentation.Apart from its being a geographical event, its reflection on human beliefs and cultures throughout the history were also mentioned at  this session. At the second session, … Continue reading The Shortest Day in Turkey

The Shortest Day in Poland

On December 21nd and 22nd we had presentations about the shortest day and time management in our school. Many students, parents and teachers were invited and came to see them. In the same time we also conducted Christmas meetings in those groups. Both presentations were appreciated from the audience, and we got positive feedback. The teachers from our school were especially interested in the time … Continue reading The Shortest Day in Poland

The Shortest Day – Romania

On 19th of December at Technological High school Hirlau it was celebrated the shortest day of the year. The activity consisted in a PPT Presentation about Time Management which was followed by a debate about the paths we can follow to use the time more eficiently.  After that it was organised a contest with four sections: oral presentations, PPT presentations, drawings and projects united under … Continue reading The Shortest Day – Romania

Second meeting with parents – Turkey

We held the second parents meeting on 7th December with the participation of six parents, project coordinators and our vice principal Sazinur Olcay. The top item on the agenda of the meeting was “Awareness Notebooks” by which we aim to raise awareness in various fields. Two different kinds of notebooks were designed before the meeting, one of which is for parents  consisting of four parts … Continue reading Second meeting with parents – Turkey

Proposals for the “Film Review Day”

One of the activities planned in our project is the “Film Review Day”. In the last meeting in Latvia, the Erasmus+ team of each country had the opportunity to propose a film for the activity. In the next days we will choose the film which we will review on the 17th January 2017 with our students and their families. The proposed films are: Pay it … Continue reading Proposals for the “Film Review Day”

Brown Bag Lunch Latvia at Daugavpils Secondary school 16 (3rd November,2016)

The first activity of “PIE” project, the Brown Bag Lunch, was held in Daugavpils Secondary school 16, on 3rd November 2016. The aim of this meeting was to get parents involved in the education process and inform parents about project activities. The school principal, Ms Olga Dukšinska welcomed the parents and students involved in the project. All participants, the members of the EU club (11 students) and their … Continue reading Brown Bag Lunch Latvia at Daugavpils Secondary school 16 (3rd November,2016)

Brown Bag Lunch Portugal at Escola Básica e Secundária Dr. Ângelo Augusto da Silva (14th November,2016)

The PIE Project activityPIE Project activity «Brown bag lunchBrown bag lunch» was held at our school on 14th November. This was a special date for us because it was our school’s 38thanniversary. We have invited our European Club students as well as their parents to attend the meeting and celebration. Our main aim was to get both parents and students acquainted with the project’s purpose, … Continue reading Brown Bag Lunch Portugal at Escola Básica e Secundária Dr. Ângelo Augusto da Silva (14th November,2016)

Summary of the first translational project meeting in Latvia

Our Erasmus+ Project PIE – Parent Involvement in Education To Get Sweet Results officially started on the 1st September 2016. At the implementation process of the project we have planned 5 transnational project meetings and 2 Learning / Teaching / Training activities.  The first transnational project meeting in Latvia was held on the anticipated time with the participation of 3 teachers from each partner school. … Continue reading Summary of the first translational project meeting in Latvia