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.
The award-winning works of the student Literature Competition entitled “STAYING AT HOME…”, organised by the 4th Regional Centre of Educational Design of Attica last March-April 2020, were published. You can read them here in Greek.
We congratulate our students for the awards and distinctions they won. More specifically:
In the category “High School Poem”:
1st award: Styliani Plevraki: “The armour” («Η πανοπλία»), Evangeliki Model High School of Smyrna
The following distinctions (in alphabetical order):
Pelagia Stamataki: “The kitchen table” («Το τραπέζι της κουζίνας»), Evangeliki Model High School of Smyrna
Andreas Tsouvalas: “Love of sin” («Έρως της αμαρτίας»), Evangeliki Model High School of Smyrna
Angeliki Charalampopoulou: “You and the world” («Εσύ κι ο κόσμος»), Evangeliki Model High School of Smyrna
The special mention:
Maria Fefe: “The other” («Ο άλλος»), Evangeliki Model High School of Smyrna
The co-ordinator, the contact persons, the participating teachers and students of the Erasmus+ KA229 project entitled “Playing Europe” are sending you their warmest wishes for the holy days of Christmas!
The online poll for the selection of our project logo closed last night and today we have the winner of our logo contest that will accompany and will represent us throughout our project: It is the Spanish logo! A marble carrying the flags of the countries of the 4 partner schools!
We are attaching the winning logo and the poll results.
On Friday 11/12/2020, we had the chance, students and teachers of Evangeliki Model High School of Smyrna, to attend the Insight Lecture for 2020 organised by EMBL ΕLLS.
The lecture was entitled “Discover RNA-The language of genomes” and the speaker was Professor Mattias Hentze. Our school participation was organised within the framework of the inter-disciplinary action carried out by Dr. Angelidou Chrysi and Mr. Thodis Georgios on the evolution of infectious diseases.
We thank the organisers for their hospitality and our students for their active participation.
On 10/12/2020 in the afternoon, together with the students of our school, we had the chance to attend via ZOOM the speech of Prof. Lee Cronin from the University of Glasgow entitled “The Invention of Digital Chemistry. What? Why? How?”
That was an excellent speech on a very interesting current issue on the interface of chemistry and robotics!
Dr. Christodoulos Makedonas
Chemist, Teacher in Evangeliki Model High School of Smyrna
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!
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.
The video presentation of our school in the form of a treasure hunt game is now available. The video was created for the needs of the Erasmus+KA229 project entitled “Playing Europe”, in which our school participates.
Enjoy the film!
Today, on Thursday 26/11/2020, five (05) C’ Class students of our High School are representing our school in the European Contest of Young Translators ‘Juvenes Translatores 2020’, which is organised by the Translation Department of the European Commission. The participants are (in alphabetical order):
Angelopoulos Dionysios (C1)
Veli Danae (C1)
Dafermou Maria (C1)
Delliou Alexandra (C1)
Tsomokos Dimitrios (C3)
This year the participation in the context is realised from the participants’ houses due to the pandemic, and the participants are supervised by the school English teacher, Dr. Eirini Arnaouti, via Webex. Dr. Arnaouti has been in charge of the students’ preparation for the contest and of the contest realisation in our school.
We wish good luck to our student-participants!