Involve me and I learn – presentation for our parents and teachers
On Wednesday, 15th June 2016, we presented our project to some of the teachers and parents as part of the 7th panel. We already presented our project to other students and teachers at the end of November 2015, when we had panels about the 6 participating countries and their schools.
This time, we decided to decorate one of the classrooms and present our final thoughts to our parents and teachers. Since the project finishes at the end of August 2016 and we already visited all of the participating countries, we wanted our guests to see what we had been doing for the past two years. The whole presentation was carried out by us, students, and we also prepared some sweets for everyone invited.
First, we presented what our final products are – the Good Practice Guide, the Career Guide and the Comparative Analysis of Participating Schools. Then, the students who went to Trieste, presented their opinion of the school there, as well as people and the whole experience of staying abroad. They also told us something about what it was like hosting foreign students in Ljubljana. Next, the 7 girls who went to Iceland explained what it was like and what they liked about the school they visited. The students who went to Greece shared their experience and told us a bit about the school in Elefsina. Finally, the students who went to Spain presented the school in Cartagena and what they liked there. At the end, the teacher thanked the students for being so cooperative and well-behaved during the past two years; the teachers for helping with the project; the parents for supporting us; and the principal for giving us the opportunity to be part of Involve me and I learn project.
We also mentioned all of the activities we had done, and were really surprised because there were so many of them! We also reminded the visitors that they can find all of the information about our project on our school’s webpage: http://gimvic.org/international/news_and_events/ and our blog: http://erasmus2d.blogspot.si.
Here are some of the pictures: