Progetti Erasmus+ Azione Chiave 2 – Partenariati strategici per gli scambi tra scuole
L’IS San Pellegrino è orgoglioso di comunicare ufficialmente l’avvenuta approvazione di due candidature per Progetti Erasmus+ KA229 di durata biennale.
Il primo progetto, Peace in Class Peace at School , ha per paese capofila la Turchia e, come partner, oltre all’Italia, Romania, Polonia e Bulgaria.
Il secondo progetto, Healthy body, healthy mind, healthy environment ha per paese capofila la Lituania e, come partner, oltre all’Italia, Polonia, Grecia e Bulgaria.
Il percorso ha avuto inizio durante la prima ondata della pandemia nei mesi di febbraio e marzo quando coraggiosamente si è deciso di affrontare la procedura di candidatura, fiduciosi in una ripresa che sicuramente ci sarà, ma soprattutto convinti dell’importanza che la dimensione europea dell’istruzione e formazione degli studenti sia un valore irrinunciabile.
La scuola si sta attivando per far partire i progetti che intanto, vista la situazione di emergenza, si sviluppano principalmente attraverso la piattaforma eTwinning.
Non appena le condizioni ce lo permetteranno, il progetto si concretizzerà in ogni suo step, iniziando proprio dall’incontro tra le scuole partners dove i docenti accompagneranno alcuni alunni dell’indirizzo Professionale e Tecnico presso le scuole “gemellate” e,successivamente, l’I.S San Pellegrino ricambierà l’ospitalità grazie alla risorsa residenziale del convitto annesso.
In un momento di grandi incertezze i docenti non mollano! Riteniamo che sia prioritaria la costruzione di una dimensione progettuale di largo respiro che ha come obiettivo lo sviluppo di competenze personali, professionali e linguistiche per i nostri studenti e lavoriamo insieme alle famiglie per costruire la ripartenza e il ritorno, speriamo prestissimo, alla tanto agognata “normalità” scolastica.
Pandemia chi ti conosce!?!
Pandemic who knows you!?!
Erasmus+ KA229 Lituania
Pubblichiamo gli obiettivi del Progetto che da questa settimana è entrato nel vivo con il questionario sottoposto ai fortunati studenti che vi parteciperanno in mobilità fisica ci auguriamo da settembre!
Results of the Erasmus+ project “Healthy body, healthy mind, healthy environment”
The most important task of every educational institution is the quality education of students. However, also another especially important aspect that should not be forgotten is the education of students’ health and the teaching of a healthy lifestyle.
Students spend most of their time in school. Therefore, it is particularly important to pay attention to the physical, emotional, social health of students. 2016-2025 The WHO’s physical activity strategy focuses on physical activity as a key factor for health and well-being in the European region. Physical activity and sport are understood not only as essential elements for the growth of a happy and healthy child, but also having a positive impact on his or her further personality development and the formation of healthy lifestyle skills. Physical activity is one of the many factors that strengthen and maintain health. Meanwhile,
low physical activity in adolescence is associated with increased obesity, irregular spinal posture, and other health problems. In addition to physical activity, students’ healthy lifestyle skills and emotional health are no less important. Scientific research has shown that physical activity is also important for the well-being and self-esteem of children and adolescents. According to WHO research, many students complain of various emotional disorders – mood swings, headaches, abdominal pain, etc.
Project participants are from Lithuania, Poland, Italy, Romania and Greece. The target group of the project is 14/16 year olds secondary/vocational (secondary level) education students.
The aim of the project was to strengthen students’ physical and emotional health and to develop healthy lifestyle skills.
During the project, the participants got acquainted with the experience of the project partner countries and were given the conditions to carry out joint activities. 5 short-term student exchanges and virtual meetings took place, during which and implementing local activities, international student cooperation was promoted and were expanded cultural horizons . Students improved their subject knowledge (about physical and emotional health, consumption habits), general competence (communication, cooperation, ability to learn, cultural), improved their foreign (English) language. In order to increase social inclusion, 39 students with various difficulties (economic, social) were included in the project’s activities.
The implemented project activities allowed all project participants to improve their emotional, physical health and healthy lifestyle skills and encouraged students to change their behavior related to consumption habits and lifestyle.
During the project, students created:
1. Leaflet/posters (physical and emotional health / habit of concentration / healthy lifestyle)
(ON GOOGLE DRIVE NAMED POSTERS)
2. A comics book (https://online.fliphtml5.com/
the comic book was created within the framework of the Erasmus+ project “Healthy Body, Healthy Mind, Healthy Environment”<br>X Liceum Ogólnokształcące im. KEN w Krakowie (Poland)<br>Gymnasio Iolkou (Greece)<br>Instituto Superiore “San Pellegrino” (Italy)<br>Juodšilių “Šilo” Gimnazija (Lithuania)<br>SU Konstantin Konstantinov (Bulgaria)
3. Presentations (physical and emotional health/habit habit/healthy lifestyle)
ON GOOGLE DRIVE NAMED STUDENTS PRESENTATIONS
4. 7 newsletters:
healthybodymindenvironment/ docs/newsletter_vol.4_ addictions
healthybodymindenvironment/ docs/newsletter_vol.5_healthy_ diet
healthybodymindenvironment/ docs/newsletter_vol.6_ consumption_habits
healthybodymindenvironment/ docs/newsletter_vol.7_ emotional_health
healthybodymindenvironment/ docs/newsletter_vol.8_ physical_activity
5. Project website (https://healthybodymindenv.
6. Social advertising (https://youtu.be/JF7RmOgizr0) The project also has significant long-term results: in each school participating in the project was formed a self-help and emotional support group (peer support). To promote students’ awareness related to health, mental and physical health promotion, addiction prevention and sustainable consumption and to ensure the continuity of the project, all partner schools involved in the project agreed on the following course of action within the next two years (2023-2024) and created 10 lesson plans (ON GOOGLE DRIVE) related with the project topics.