Congratulations to our student Bariampa Richard, who presented his article “Youth, new technologies and Informatics. The re-generation of a library” in the 12th Conference on Informatics in Education (CIE) 2020.
The article deals with the creation of the software Open School Library Lite (OSLL) that can support online the function of any school library and will support this school year our school library as well. You can watch the presentation of the article here.
In the framework of the Secondary School of Evangeliki Robotics Club, supervised by the teacher Mr. Panteleimon Diamantis, the High School student Georgios Sakellarakis (A class) and the Secondary School student Maritina Sakellaraki (B class) participated in the 6th Panhellenic Competition of Educational Robotics WRO (World Robotics Olympiad).
The “Evaggeliki Robotics Team” got the 5th place on a Panhellenic level in the Regular “The rivers unite Europe” category.
Congratulations to the students and to their teacher.
Our school teachers Aggelidou Chrysi and Karimali Evangelia participated with presentations in the 7th Panhellenic Conference organised by “Neos Paidagogos” academic association.
The titles of their presentations were “Using “bath bombs” for the experimental study of chemical kinetics: A teaching suggestion for the Covid-19 special conditions” and “Towards a phenomenological teaching of literary texts: From theory to practice” respectively. Both presentations were the result of actions realised with students of the secondary and high school of Evangeliki during the school year 2019-2020.
The conference was realised online on 18-19 September 2020. The online presentations can be found on:
The Greek Language and Literature teachers of our school Georgios Thodis, Evangelia Karimali and Maria Papadopoulou made a presentation in the one-day seminar entitled “Distance teaching practices in the Greek Language subjects”, organised by the 4th Regional Centre of Educational Design and the Coordinators of Educational Work for the Greek Language teahers Mrs. Angeliki Chronopoulou and Mr. Nikolaos Linardos.
The presentation title was “The perception of antiquity by the poets of the generation of the 1930s: an online action in the lockdown period” realised with students of Evangeliki Model School of Smyrna during the school year 2019-2020.
The one-day seminar was realised online on Saturday 10 October 2020.
Congratulations to our alumnus of the school year 2019-2020 Evangelos Pippis, who won the silver medal in the International Informatics Olympiad 2020!
Congratulations to our student Emmanouil Dimitrios, who won the bronze medal in the 61st International Mathematical Olympiad 2020 (ΙΜΟ 2020) and to his teachers who have taught him both in class and in the Mathematics Club, where they train students and make them love mathematics.
In the framework of the SMART-MT project funded by the Erasmus+ project of the European Union, you can watch this video on the “Mathematical modelling on the paradox of the stairs’ downfall” created by the mathematician and our school Vice Headmaster Mr. Sotirios Chasapis and it is based on a co-teaching session with our school Headmaster Dr. Christos Fanidis. Co-teaching on this specific problem was realised with a C’ Class group. The promotion of collaboration between teachers in real classes’ teaching, aiming at the multi-lateral processing of a problem, and the development of collaborative bonds that will constitute example for the pupils, too, are within the priorities of Evangeliki Model High School of Smyrna.
The SMART-MT project contributes to the achievement of “Europe 2020” strategy objectives: reduction of the number of people with low performance in the sectors of reading, science and mathematics up to 15% and implementation of the “Smart development: development of an economy based on knowledge and innovation” priority. Furthermore, one of its aims is to develop the Digital Educational Culture of the Teacher-Mathematicians so as to boost the pupils’ participation and success.
The online educational journal “Neos Paidagogos” (ISSN: 2241-6781), in its 19th special issue (July 2020) entitled 2020-Year dedicated to Greek schools with history and tradition, hosts the article (pp.18-27) entitled “Evangeliki School of Smyrna in space and time” by Georgios Thodis, Eirini Arnaouti and Christos Fanidis.
You can read the article in Greek here: Evangeliki-Neos Paidagogos
You can see the whole issue here:
The journal cover page:
During the school year 2019-20, Nea Smyrni Cultural Centre organised the student competition “Asia Minor, Ave!” for students of the Greek primary and secondary education on scholastic and artistic subjects related to the Greeks of Asia Minor.
Among others, students were asked to search for a story or narration referring to Asia Minor. Then, working in groups on the level of school class or school teams and given their familiarization with technology, they were asked to digitalize and process the material evidence (photographs, objects, interviews etc.) and register, under the supervision of their teachers, their story in the form of a short history documentary (10’).
A three-member team of our school consisting of the students Zioga Vasiliki-Christina, Zora Georgia-Theodora from B’ class and Panagaki Chionia from C’ Class, under the supervision of their teachers Mr. Thodis Georgios and Mrs. Arnaouti Eirini created the short documentary “Remembrance” («Μνημοσύνη»).
The documentary, which is uploaded here, won the 1st prize in the competition.