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12/30/2015

Musically dance story "SNOWFLAKES" - Students from Primary school dr. Ljudevita Pivka Ptuj, Slovenia

»Three little elfs were treading through the snow back to home, where is the warm shelter. The home is still far away. Outside is very cold. They are  dreaming of a warm home and they want to come home soon. The third elf eagerly looking for a beautiful snowflake, which the »WINTER AUNT« velvet their path to home. But small naughty snowflakes dancing and looking for its place in their path.«

Actors, Dancers and Singers are students from lower classes, under the supervision of the teachers Vesna Horvat and Nada Pernek.


12/29/2015

Students December Activities in Primary school dr. Ljudevita Pivka Ptuj, Slovenia

Dear Partners and Friends!

Pupils from Primary School dr. Ljudevita Pivka Ptuj, present their activities in December 2015, held in the spirit of the expectations of Christmas time and Santa Claus gifts, socializing with parents and other guests from the surrounding area.

Throughout December in the school was  funny. With a help of our teachers  We  baked festive cakes, We were singing and dancing  on the Christmas music. It was Great time :-) .

HAPPY NEW YEAR !

photos : Alenka Kosem  © 2015 

12/27/2015

1st Special Education Primary School of Korydallos, Athens, Greece presents you the "Christmas Journalist"

1st Special Education Primary School of Korydallos, Athens, Greece presents you the "Christmas Journalist".



12/24/2015

"Christmas Journalist" - CEE Can Rigol

We present the activity 2.1., "Christmas Journalist", made by Primary and Secondary Education pupils from CEE Can Rigol. Hope you enjoy it! Merry Christmas to everyone!

CEE Can Rigol

12/21/2015

Newspaper article - "Schwarzwälder Bote", Germany

Newspaper article - "Schwarzwälder Bote", Germany

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2016 - wishes from Primary school dr. Ljudevita Pivka Ptuj, Slovenia

Nothing could be  more precious or treasured
than what you already have:
your Hopes, your Dreams, your Love.
Let the Spirit of Love gently 
fill all People Hearts and Homes.

In
this loveliest of Seasons
may you find many reasons for happiness.
Merry Christmas and  Happy New Year 2016.   
                  
Students and Staff from primary school dr. Ljudevita Pivka Ptuj, Slovenia

12/20/2015

Christmas journalist - Artemotion Xpress in Europe, Sibiu, Romania


Christmas journalist - Artemotion Xpress in Europe

                                           

Christmas story - Christmas dance , Centrul Scolar de Educatie Incluziva nr.1 Sibiu

Christmas story - Christmas dance , Centrul Scolar de Educatie Incluziva nr.1 Sibiu

12/17/2015

Bazar time in 10 Special Education Primary School in Koridallos

Dear friends and partners!
Within the European program Erasmus+ "Artemotion Xpress in Europe" and  in order to open the doors of the school through art, we organized three Saturday's workshops where parents, students and teachers with zest and passion created unique handmade Christmas creations which will be available in a Bazar to be held in the coming days.

Happy Holidays from Greece














Preparing the scenery for the Christmas dance, Karl Georg Haldenwang-Schule, Bad Teinach Zavelstein.

Preparing the scenery for the Christmas dance,  Karl Georg Haldenwang-Schule, Bad Teinach Zavelstein.



12/10/2015

El Petit Gran Mag de Can Rigol

Dear partners,
We inform you that one of our students, Erik, has left us and we want to share with you our mourning and the little tribute we made to him and his family. Some people need 80 years to to leave their mark, for Erik 12 years was enough. A shooting star is not valued by the time it can be seen, but by the intensity of the light it gives.

El Petit Gran Mag de Can Rigol



12/08/2015

POLAND - Getting to know each other...



SIBIU, local newspaper - SIBIU 100%, Romania - article

Information about the 1st SHORT TERM JOINT STAFF TRAINING AND LEARNING EVENT IN POLAND, IN our local newspaper - SIBIU 100%, Romania.

Mariana Hertoiu



Newspaper article - SIBIU 100% Romania

12/07/2015

Information about project on Bytom official webpage.


                                Information about project on Bytom official webpage.
 (click on it )


Kelly Kotoula impressions from the 1st short term joint staff training and learning activity in Poland.

My impressions from the 1st short term joint staff training and learning activity in Poland.

The training and learning event in Bytom was a wonderful and unforgettable experience. I whole heartedly thank all the Polish colleagues for their hospitality, their rich and well organized programme and the opportunity they gave to all of us to learn, experience, experiment and bond as a team!

The pupils of the school with their teachers did an amazing job preparing the theatrical plays that moved us all, and all the activities conducted in the classrooms. Thank you once again for sharing all these with us and for giving us the chance to learn a bit more of Poland, its history and beauty. 

 Kelly Kotoula Phychologist - 1st Special Education Primary School of Korydallos Athens Greece

Loukia Kazaki impressions from the 1st short term joint staff training and learning activity in Poland

My impressions from the 1st short term joint staff training and learning activity in Poland  

I enjoyed it very much!!!!   Let’s do it again…
The wordless theatrical performances of students of the polish school were unique, particularly excellent. As young actors, the students, with music and movements showed us the vital role the emotions have in our everyday life. All, students and teachers, became a great TEAM. The willingness for cooperation, friendship and love, tied us, although we were not talking the same language. It was a special and unforgettable experience.
The hospitality of the Polish partners was excellent and warm.
Moreover, the workshops and especially the glass processing workshop was interesting and useful for future activities.
And finally the visit to the old city of Krakow was wonderful. It seemed like an open-air museum with historic houses, cathedrals and palaces.


Thank you very much Poland for the unforgettable experience. 

Loukia Kazaki special education teacher 1st Special Education Primary School of Korydallos Athens Greece

Mina Micha impressions from the 1st short term joint staff training and learning activity in Poland

My impressions from the 1st short term joint staff training and learning activity in Poland 

 Our visit in Poland and in specific to the ZESPOL SZKOL SPECJALNYCH NR 6 of the city of Bytom was a unique and unforgettable experience. We were given the opportunity to get introduced to a different special educational system. Also we were able to contact the Polish students and colleagues from different parts of Europe, to elaborate on the Polish culture and customs as well as to explore the Polish cuisine whilst visiting new magnificent places.
Our Polish colleagues were exceptionally hospitable, as well as very typical and organized on all the parts relevant to the program.
We were also given the opportunity to get a better acquaintance with all participants from the groups that represented the six countries of the program. Finally, there was an exchange of aspects and provision of information about the educational system and each country in general, which held a special significance to the program’s goals.

Thank you Poland for the marvelous experience! 

Mina Micha Speech and Language Therapist,
1st Special Education Primary School of Korydallos Athens Greece

POLAND 1st SHORT TERM JOINT STAFF TRAINING AND LEARNING EVENT 16-20/11/2015


                         

1st SHORT TERM JOINT STAFF TRAINING AND LEARNIG EVENT IN ZESPOL SZKOL SPECJALNYCH NR 6 BYTOM POLAND


The 1st short term joint staff training and learning event in Bytom, has been conducted and concluded with great success. 22 professionals, coordinators and participants, from each of the countries of the partnership, met in Poland to share good practices and therefore improve the quality of their institutions or methods on their return.
PARTICIPANTS

The host school with their coordinator Patrycja Pytlik and all her colleagues, Agata, Maja, Agnieszka, Anna, Martyna, Domininka, Lisa and so many more, had prepared for us an exquisite programme. All the performances by the pupils, activities and workshops that took place in the school were well organized, truly interested and interactive.
POLISH HOSTING TEAM WITH MAIN COORDINATOR

The welcoming of the Erasmus+ partnership was warm, sincere and honest and we whole heartedly thank all of them for the unique experience and the amazing presents.




We were introduced to the Polish special educational system, the schools curriculum and visited the classes of the school meeting teachers and pupils.
















The performances of the pupils were truly inspired both in the welcoming and farewell of the partners.
“The world of emotions” which was a theatrical play with no words, was full of emotions. The music, the body movement and the facial expressions of the students could easily reach our hearts and the meanings that passed through were clear and precise.




The performance of younger pupils was amazing. The different musical pieces combined with their body movement and expression was brilliant and captured all our senses. 








The zumba lesson performed by Adam, one very talented pupil, was truly full of energy and enthusiasm. Furthermore, we all followed later on!






The games truly had a European dimension and managed to bond us all under the spider’s thread.





Workshops like felt, glass, clay, comic painting, photography and dancing, were conducted and the participants had the chance to get to know new techniques and innovative ways of expression, to apply in their schools.
Mr Filip Twarkowski introduced us to Glass techniques and the outcome was amazing. 

Ms Anna Kałuszka taught us how to use clay by creating our personal portraits.

Ms Beata Barwińska taught us how to make felt and we created some wonderful art pieces.








Mr Krzysztof Kałuszka introduced us to Comics painting and the outcome was brilliant. 



Mr Antoni Sturzbecher introduced us to Portrait Photography. The workshop was truly interested and innumerous photos were taken and later on discussed. 




Ms Barbara Gwóźdź conducted the Dance Workshop where we were all introduced to a unique way of expressing our feelings through our bodies or by using different parts of our body.



Furthermore, all the participants joint classes, working along with the teachers and the pupils. Once more, each teacher had prepared activities concerning arts and emotions. The expression of feelings for SEN students and the promotion of communication among them but also with all the foreign visitors were successfully implemented, proving that there are no language barriers when Art and Emotions speak.  It was an amazing experience.














Last but not least, a Conference and workshop with the psychologist and therapist Dr Aleksandra Nowak was conducted, bringing in our project the theoretical ground of Emotions. It included, introduction to the theory of emotions, physiological and neurological aspects of emotions, emotional development, emotional expression, theory of emotional intelligence. The lecture was really interesting and many games and emotion charts were proposed in order to be used in our classes.







The visit to the Polish photo exhibition at Municipal Library in Bytom and the speech given from members of the Bytom community and the organizations, with which the school cooperates, proved the inextricable connection of the school with the community and the importance of such cooperation. 








The coordinators meeting also took place while it was really important to discuss the so far progress of our project and plan our future activities.








It is really important when visiting a school, to learn about their educational system, their curriculum and methodology but as much important is to learn about the cultural heritage of the host country in order to connect and place all the new knowledge in the right background. So, our journey through Arts and emotions, gave us a change to learn about the history of poland and especially Silesi, its monuments, sights, museums and their cultural development. We explored bytom and Katowice, visited Tychy with their famouse Tyskie Brewery, the undoubtedly beautiful Krakow situated on the Vistula River with the Wawel Castle and the extraordinary Rynek Underground Museum, Oswiecim where Auschwithz concentration camp exists bringing various emotions in our hearts, Zabrze with Guido Coalmine which truly was a unique experience.































Dear partners from Poland we thank you very much for the amazing journey, the unique experiences and the best exchange of good practices. It was a bonding mobility that really united our partnership and ensured a good start of our project “Artemotion Xpress in Europe”.

COORDINATORS
GREEK TEAM
 
GERMANY TEAM
ROMANIAN TEAM
SLOVENIAN TEAM
PART OF SPAIN TEAM
POLAND  TEAM with main coordinator Stami