STEM Discovery Campaign 2021 webinar

The “Playing Europe” webinar was organised as an event of the partnership between SDC21 and our “Playing Europe” Erasmus+KA229 project. The webinar presenter was Ms. Panagiota Argyri, mathematician in Evangeliki Model High School of Smyrna and Scientix Ambassador. In the webinar she presented our project and associated it with other European projects and resources related to the use of games for educational purposes. You can watch the webinar recording here and read the webinar presentation below:

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Webinar of our “Playing Europe” European project

We are preparing our next dissemination event of the Erasmus+KA229 project entitled “Playing Europe!

WEBINAR “Playing Europe”

15th April 17.30 CET

Are you a secondary teacher and would you like to learn how you could acquire new tools and strategies for dealing with diversity in the classroom by engaging your pupils in learning about the European culture and history through traditional games?

Or you are interested in innovative teaching practices for the integration of games in your classroom?

Then, join us in the webinar entitled “Playing Europe” and fill in the form:

 http://bit.do/Webinar-Playing-Europe

Our Erasmus+KA229 “Playing Europe” project on Scientix platform

One more dissemination activity of our project is a fact! Our project has been uploaded on the Scientix European educational platform and has been included in the Scientix Digest, which is the Scientix community news release.

                             

Vote for the logo of our “Playing Europe” European project!

The online contest for the choice of the logo that will represent our Erasmus+KA229 European project, where our school participates, is open and it will remain open until the 13th December 2020. On the 14th December the results will be announced.

In the contest participate 4 logos, 1 per European school that participates in the project, all creations of these schools’ students.

Go to our project official website , click on the “Logo Contest” tab and choose the logo that will represent our project in all activities and events!

“Playing Europe” in the CASE & GSO4SCHOOL Conference

The 1st dissemination event of our “Playing Europe” Erasmus+KA229 project is a fact! Our project has gone online these days and it is presented with a poster and a recorded presentation in the CASE & GSO4SCHOOL Conference, held online on 1-3 December 2020. 

The poster is based on the approved application of the project, so its authors are the teachers of the four European schools who worked on the application-writing, i.e. from our school, Dr. Eirini Arnaouti, English teacher and contact person of the project, and Ms. Panagiota Argyri, Mathematician.

You can see our poster and watch the recorded presentation here.

Greek logo competition & School video presentation trailer

On Friday 13/11/2020 the Greek student- and teacher-participants of the Erasmus+ KA229 project entitled “Playing Europe” voted for the logo that will represent our school in the final project logo competition. The voting poll was conducted online, on the Mentimeter platform. You can see the candidate logos, all creations of our student-participants, the voting poll result, and the winning logo, in the PowerPoint presentation that follows.

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The students are also working on their video presentation of our school, Evangeliki Model School of Smyrna, and its history, in the form of a Treasure Hunt game. Here is a sneak preview of the short film that will follow soon!

New Erasmus+ KA229 project launching

 
Our school, Evangeliki Model School of Smyrna, Greece, is launching a new Erasmus+ KA229 project on School Partnerships with IES El Carmen, Spain, Istituto di Istruzione Superiore Orso Mario Corbino, Italy, and Sint-Gummeruscollege, Belgium.
The project is entitled “Playing Europe” (2020-2022) and we are looking forward to working on it despite the current coronavirus difficulties.
Congratulations to Dr. Eirini Arnaouti (English teacher) and Ms. Panagiota Argyri (mathematician) for writing the proposal on behalf of our school!