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First HaLL mask-to-mask meeting!

18 October 2021

Botasani, Romania welcomed international guests for the Erasmus+ programme HaLL, Healthy and Learning Lifestyle.  This was a progress meeting for the project partners to further discuss the outputs, including the plan of approach, assignment development, teacher and parent guides, and school management materials, as well as to exchange good practices about eating and living a healthy lifestyle.  […]

Island Schools/ iSHRINK: Student Competition for the Sustainable Development on the islands

25 August 2021

Our Greek partners in the Island Schools/ iSHRINK (old name) project have shared some exciting news with us! Read more to see what they have accomplished.

Gigin’ Policy Kick-off aftermovie

31 May 2021

Check out our recent project, Giggin’ Policy and the aftermovie for our first kick-off meeting.

Island Explorers: an inspiration for the Island Schools project/ iSHRINK

23 March 2021

Meet our partner, University of Strathclyder, and see how their project “Island Explorers” has inspired our Island Schools/iSHRINK project!

Meet the Gymnasium of Astypalaia: part of the Island Schools project/ iSHRINK

2 March 2021

Meet one of our Greek Island Schools partners! Read until the end of the article to find out what are they planning to contribute to a sustainable living!!

Meet De Jutter: part of the Island Schools project/ iSHRINK

9 February 2021

Meet one of our partners of the Island Schools project: De Jutter!

iSHRINK/ Island Schools project kicks off on a virtual Vlieland

22 January 2021

The Island Schools’ kick-off meeting with our project partners was held digitally in November 2020. However, partners still managed to experience Vlieland, the Dutch island taking part in the project, by exploring a virtual island with videos and discussions.

Contributing to “iSHRINK” project

14 January 2021

More information about the project iSHRINK from other perspectives.

CULT-Tips

18 November 2020

The CULT-TIPS project aims to improve an efficient learning relationship between teachers and primary school pupils using computational methods tools with the specific objective of teaching cultural heritage.