Radio Amica, a local radio in Partinico, covered our third mobility with an interview to the coordinator and other teacher and students. You can watch it here:
The Puppet theather also wrote about our visit:
The link to the puppet theater announcement: https://www.facebook.com/100006676153384/posts/pfbid0mE49UEqxzDR1WibrrPGPWX6LaMoyBT4Ax1D7f2zURCwZfPrm9o71DMJoqYraeBV7l/
On Thursday 9 June 2022 in the afternoon, IIS Orso Mario Corbino from Partinico, Italy, organised an event for the end of the school year presenting all student projects. Our Erasmus+ project featured there, too.
An article about the second mobilty of our project in Nea Smyrni, Athens, Greece, was published online, on the website of the Panhellenic Schoolnet, in the Greek language. You can access the article here.
The «Dissemination event-Banquet» activity of our project during our mobility in Nea Smyrni, Athens, Greece, took place on Friday 18/03/2022 in the midday in the ceremony hall of Evangeliki Model School of Smyrna, where the project was presented to the parents and the local authorities live.
For the second consecutive school year our project has been selected among the partner projects of the STEM Discovery Campaign 2022: STEM for All! You can find our logo in the space of their Partner Projects.
Our first mobility, the international meeting in Murcia (Spain) was covered by the regional television of Murcia, 7rm. They talked about the project and made some interviews in three different tv programs. Here you can see two of them:
This is the recording of the «Playing Europe» webinar organised as an event of the partnership between SDC21 and our «Playing Europe» Erasmus+KA229 project. The webinar presenter is Ms. Panagiota Argyri, mathematician in Evangeliki Model High School of Smyrna and Scientix
The conference proceedings were published on 11/02/2021 so, you can read our poster summary on pp.38-39. They are available in the form of a flipbook or of a pdf. Otherwise, you can also read it here:
Our project has been approved and uploaded on the Scientix educational platform, which functions under the umbrella of the European Schoolnet and it is the official platform of the community for science education in Europe. The link to our project on Scientix is here. There is also a reference to our project on Scientix Digest, whish is the news release of the Scientix community. You can access it here.
Our 1st dissemination event is a fact! Our project is being presented in the CASE & GSO4SCHOOL Conference, held online on 1-3 December 2020. You can read our poster, based on the approved application of the project, and watch its recorded presentation here.