On this site you can follow our Erasmus+ project “Take care and share -Skills for life”.
The key action is cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practice. Our good practices.
The project started in september 2016 and continues in 36 months.
The project wants to improve achievement in relevant and high-level basic and transversal competences in a lifelong learning perspective.
The participating organisations are Franziskus-Schule kath. Grundschule-Primerstufe in Erkelenz (Germany), Furulidsskolan in Kungsbacka, (Sweden), Bassisschool Sint Jozef in Elsloo (the Netherlands) and Istituto Comprehensivo Carlo Piagia in Lucca (Italy).
The project will enable techers to access new strategies to develop the learning and knowledge of ther student especially in social and emotional competences and learning skills in media-litteracy, maths and science. Teachers will develop these srategies through sharing best practice with their partners having developed them or gained experiences with them in theri daily school routine. They are specialists in these specific fields of work and so we can learn from each other.