The A’ Class
student Angeliki Charalampopoulou was awarded a prize among the 5 best students
in the 1st Panhellenic History Competition organized by Moraitis
School entitled, ‘European and World History of the 20th century’ (https://istoria4teens.com).
The competition was held on Saturday 13 April 2019 in the Foundation of the
Hellenic World and the award ceremony took place on Friday 7 June 2019 in
The A’ Class students
Charalampos Vergadis and Dimitrios Tsomokos also participated in the same
competition showing enthusiasm and consistency.
In the award ceremony
held on Wednesday 29 May 2019 in the Press Room of the Ministry of Digital Policy,
Telecommunications & Information was awarded a distinction to the participation
of our school in the Panhellenic Competition of Audiovisual and Digital
Creation “Your history is your town’s history” for students of the Secondary
Education of the Greek schools in Greece and abroad.
The digital short
historical documentary entitled “From Smyrna to Nea Smyrni: Important buildings
in their intellectual, religious and cultural tradition” was created by the B2
class of Evangeliki Model High School of Smyrna, under the supervision of the
English teacher Mrs. Eirini Arnaouti and the History teacher Mr. Georgios
In this school year’s Hellenic Parliament project participated 23 students
of the A’ and B’ Class of Evangeliki Model High School of Smyrna. After an
election realized among the students, Adolescent Member of the Parliament from
May 2019 until May 2020 was elected the A’ Class student Aggeliki
Charalampopoulou and Substitute Adolescent Member of the Parliament was elected
the A’ Class student Michail-Athanasios Peppas. One of the two will represent our
school in this year’s congregation, which will be organized by the Hellenic
Parliament Foundation on 2-6 September 2019, and she/he will have the chance to
present in the plenary of the Adolescent Members of the Parliament the
proceedings of our project and will participate in the teamwork activities in
the Hellenic Parliament. The school congratulates both students and wishes them
good luck in their duties.
Congratulations to the students
Zorzos Achilleas, Alexiadis Antonis, Zacharopoulos Stavros and Daferera Maria,
Theodoratou Evangelia and Abasharoun Mariam for their publications in the
European scholarly journal Open School Journal for Open Science.
In the framework of the Open School for Open Societies (https://www.openschools.eu/), the articles of the students of the B1 class are the results of their work from their active participation in the implementation of the project entitled «Sustainable development guide for the protection of the environment» during the school year 2018-19 under the supervision of their teacher Ms. Argyri Panagiota, who also took over their guidance and support in writing.
This magazine is an initiative
of the National Documentation Center and Ellinogermaniki Agogi, within the
framework of the major European project Openaire Advance, which proposes open
access to scientific data and publications. It accepts original articles from
pupils aged 10-18 from across Europe, which are evaluated by scientific
researchers and educators. The articles cover all aspects of Science,
Engineering and Technology and publication is free of charge.
Maria Daferera, Mariam Abasharoun,
Students take an active role in studying the issues
and problems of the modern world and, through the principles of responsible
research and innovation, offer solutions. In particular, given the serious
impact of air pollution on our society, statistical analysis of the data
provides evidence of the causes of the increasing rate of air pollution, in the
light of a historical analysis through events. Understanding the reasons for
increasing the proportion of air pollutants, there is a greater chance for
environmental policy-makers to tackle the problem. In addition, the ecological
footprint is a way of measuring the impact of human activities on Earth. With a
statistical processing of international data to capture the effects of the
ecological footprint, they focus on our country to shape prospects that will
boost the life cycle of our planet.
The A’ Class student Emmanouil Dimitrios achieved 21 in the exams of the Mathematics Balkan Competition and was chosen to represent Greece in the MYMC 2019, which will be held in Naples, Italy, on 17-20 July 2019.
The B’ Class student Karaoglanis Christos took the 7th place among students of B’ Class in the 1st stage of the Panhellenic Competition of Biology 2019, organized by the Bioscientists’ Panhellenic Association.
The Greek Statistics Authority awarded a prize to the best teams that participated in the Statistics Competition 2019. The team of Evangeliki Model High School of Smyrna, consisting of D. Emmanouil, I. Mentis and E. Panagiotakis, thanks to doing professional work, took the 3rd place and won the bronze medal on a Panhellenic level in the High School category.
The mathematician Ms. Argyri Panagiota successfully completed the training course Erasmus+ Youth in Action entitled «Shape Your Landscape», which was held in Tzurmala, Latvia, from 21 to 27 May 2019, and the organizer was the National Erasmus+ Coordination Unit for the Latvian Youth Sector.
Erasmus+ is the EU Programme for Education, Training, Youth and Sport
for 2014-2020. The aim of Erasmus+ is to improve the key competences and
employability as well as the modernization of education, training and youth. Regarding
Youth sector, Erasmus+ gives the opportunity to young people, informal groups,
youth workers and youth organisations to travel abroad and participate in Youth
Exchange projects, implement Volunteering Projects and participate in
seminars and meetings on a European level. The aim of these projects is to
allow young people to be part of the European Union, learn about its
institutions, be active citizens and contribute to the improvement of the
quality of youth work.
The aim of this training seminar was to empower youth workers and other
educators to use place-based education approach in their work and to support
them in developing competences that will help them reimagine how different
places can be used as learning spaces and resources.
The 24 participants from
different European countries (Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Greece,
Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Latvia, Holland, Portugal, Slovenia and Turkey),
through original group and experiential activities, created action plans on how
to transform any environment in learning space and how they can use this
approach in the context of working with youth and informal education. Training was linked to
the ETS (European Training Strategy) model in the framework of a European
Training Strategy for youth workers, which has been put in place to promote an
active reflection on how to learn and teach.
the main conclusions of the seminar is that teaching and learning approaches
based on the place can act as the main stone bridge connecting the experiences
with real life, for the introduction of innovative methodological teaching
practices in all disciplines. Finally, such international mobility programs
based on actions with a strong intercultural character and with an impact on
local communities are a very important added value for the quality upgrading of