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„Let´ s go cultural!“

Schulj. 2019 -2021

Wir freuen uns sehr über die Genehmigung des Erasmus+ – Projektes
„Let´s go cultural!“ gemeinsam mit 4 Partnerschulen aus Griechenland, Spanien, England und der Türkei

“LET’S GO CULTURAL” intends to involve students aged 6-11 from the 5 different partner schools and assist them in developing 21st century skills and competences. The innovation of our project lies on the fact that the use of ICT in education will be increased, the learning for foreign languages will be fostered and the quality of education will be improved. Through the activities students will delve into their own culture, accept and adopt its values and become reflective towards it. At the same time, they will be open and receptive towards EU cultures and feel that it is their duty to protect, preserve and spread out our EU cultural heritage. Students will cooperate in multi-cultural teams and student minorities will be integrated. The participant teachers are knowledgeable about the fact that there is a great need for the school curricula to be changed in order to meet student and society needs. To this end, we intend to incorporate the use of ICT into our learning and teaching processes. We plan on keeping our students more involved and enhance learning and teaching outcomes. The objectives we want to reach are: 1st: Promote and advance student responsibility of about 250 students of the EU schools to preserve and safeguard the European culture and cultural heritage during the period of September 2019 until August 2021 2nd: Encourage an intercultural dialogue among learners and teachers 3rd: Create and develop activities which combine learning, language learning with European cultural heritage 4th: Form a EU community consisting of teachers and students 5th: Improve students ICT, language skills and students school performance 6th: Achieve inclusion and acceptance of students of different cultural backgrounds Our project invites students to experiment, create, be innovative. The final tangible outcomes of our project will be: five presentations “Let’s get to know each other”- introducing each other, our project logo, 5 videos which will deal with the local cuisine, crafts and traditions, 1 Recipe e-book, 1 picture dictionary with our languages, 1 digital graffiti wall with ART, 1 project website, a Facebook group page, a travel guide, 1 EU history festival, 5 culture games, 2 e-newsletters, an e-Twinning project, a DVD which will include samples and a collection of examples with Active learning activities which combine cultural heritage with education. There are different groups which will take part in the project. The students are about 200 and their age ranges between 8 and 12. There will be a number of 120 teachers who will participate and contribute to the project, members of the staff (librarians, school counselors, accountants), 250 families, and about 150 representatives of the City Hall, local communities, local media, Local library and clubs, etc. The group of teachers who will participate in the mobilities are 60 teachers. The philosophy of our project rests on the belief of a school open to community and society and on involvement of the greatest possible number of people. There will be formal and informal approaches. To this end, teachers attending mobilities will share their experiences with their colleagues and students during information sessions, focus groups and classes. All partner teachers will work and interact with students in participant schools, while, at the same time, there will be online meetings with students from the other partner countries. Materials will be created through interaction and collaboration. Student minorities will be integrated into student groups and will become equal parts of the teams. We regard shared information gained form first-hand experience as extremely important both for the school atmosphere and the cooperation. Furthermore, the students will wear and present the traditional costumes of their countries. This will acquaint them with costumes and traditions of other European countries. The variety of the activities responds to all students learning styles and preferences and this renders our project innovative and paves the way for the spirit of collaboration, interaction and active learning both at school and in the work place. We 5 short-term joint staff training events planned, have clearly set objectives and all participants will take initiatives in order for the activities involved to reach the the appropriate aims. It will be a meaningful experience for all. Before each meeting a needs and expectations and fears analysis will be carried out by means of questionnaires. The results will assist in creating adequate and focused activities for the project. Students’ behavior will be monitored throughout the activities and they will also be encouraged to share their feelings and experiences. Taking into consideration the whole layout and design as well as implementation of our project, we believe that our project will have far-reaching results for all participant members and schools.

(Konstantinia Voitsiou, Coordinator- English Teacher /  10th Primary School of Elefsina, Greece)


„Pathway to Inclusion“

versammelt auf Initiative von LSI Haucinger 133 Bildungsexperten aus 32 Schulen. Die Teilnehmenden beschäftigen sich in Study Visits und Kursen mit dem Thema Inklusion:

Wie gestalten andere europäische Regionen Schule, die Potenziale und Bedürfnisse aller Kinder berücksichtigt?
Wie gehen andere Länder vor, um Lerngeschwindigkeit, Art des Lernens und Lerntyp jedes Kindes zu berücksichtigen, damit alle Kinder ihr individuelles Potenzial entfalten können?
Wie lernen anderswo Kinder mit speziellem Förderbedarf, mit motorischen, sensorischen, sprachlichen Defiziten?
Wie ist Begabten- und Begabungsförderung organisiert?
Wie hebt man den Schatz der Diversität und nutzt dazu die Möglichkeiten der neuen digitalen Werkzeuge?

Die Study Visits unter der Leitung von Experten aus dem Bereich Inklusion führen in die Niederlande, nach Irland, Finnland, Zypern, Deutschland und in das UK.

Die Teilnehmenden sollen danach in ihren Organisationen den professionellen Umgang mit den Begabungen und Bedürfnissen der Schüler und Schülerinnen vorantreiben. Die Reisen sind eingebettet in vor- und nachbereitende Workshops und münden in ein internationales Symposium.

Maria Pichlbauer,



eTwinning ist die Gemeinschaft für Schulen in Europa.

Sie bietet jedem (LehrerInnen, SchulleiterInnen, BibliothekarInnen, etc.), der in einer Schule in einem europäischen Land arbeitet eine Plattform um zu kommunizieren, kooperieren, Projekte zu entwickeln, sich auszutauschen und Teil einer der spannendsten Lerngemeinschaften Europas zu sein.

eTwinning fördert Schulpartnerschaften in Europa durch den Einsatz von Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologien (IKT). Das Portal bietet Unterstützung, Werkzeuge und Dienste. eTwinning stellt außerdem Angebote zur kostenlosen und kontinuierlichen Weiterbildung für Pädagogen bereit.

eTwinning wurde 2005 als Hauptaktion des eLearning Programms der Europäischen Kommission gestartet und ist seit 2014 fest in Erasmus+, dem europäischen Programm für allgemeine und berufliche Bildung, Jugend und Sport, integriert.

eTwinning is the community for schools in Europe.

eTwinning offers a platform for staff (teachers, head teachers, librarians, etc.), working in a school in one of the European countries involved, to communicate, collaborate, develop projects, share and, in short, feel and be part of the most exciting learning community in Europe.

eTwinning promotes school collaboration in Europe through the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) by providing support, tools and services for schools. eTwinning also offers opportunities for free and continuing online Professional Development for educators.

Launched in 2005 as the main action of the European Commission’s eLearning Programme, eTwinning is co-funded by the Erasmus+, the European programme for Education, Training, Youth and Sport, since 2014.

eTwinning- Projekte 2018 / 19

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In Kürze veröffentlichen wir hier unser neues Musikvideo :)

The European Chain Reaction 2019twinspace-logo
The European Chain Reaction is a science/art project for primary schools wishing to create, film and upload a "Rube Goldberg / Robert Storm Petersen-like" chain reaction. This project is also a competition! The school which uploads the most astonishing, creative chain reaction not only wins a trophy, but also everlasting respect of all the other participants!! Finally, all short chain reactions will be emerged into ONE BIG EUROPEAN CHAIN REACTION! Go and visit our blog at:

Kurzschluss - Short Circuittwinspace-logo
(       In unserem Projekt geht es um erneuerbare Energien und Strom allgemein. Dieses Thema wird im Sachunterricht zeitkonform bearbeitet. 
Kernpunkt dieses Projekts sollen Experimente sein, die die Kinder selbstständig durchführen, dokumentieren und anschließend austauschen.
Unsere Partnerschule ist die "Löwenklasse" aus Kapfenberg.

Pathway to Inclusion twinspace-logo
133 BildungsexpertInn/en aus 32 Schulen (19 VS, 10 NMS, 3 HAK/HAS) aller steirischen Bildungsregionen und aus der steirischen Bildungsbehörde machen sich gruppenweise auf den Weg, um zu ergründen, wie Schule inklusiv gestaltet werden kann, damit für alle Kinder gelingendes Lernen ermöglicht wird.
Wir verstehen Inklusive Bildung als eine Bildung in der alle Kinder ihren Potenzialen und Bedürfnissen entsprechend unterstützt und gefördert werden - seien es Kinder mit speziellem Förderbedarf, Hochbegabung, motorischen oder sensorischen Schwierigkeiten oder mit einer anderen Erstsprache als Deutsch. Inklusiver Unterricht bedeutet auch, dass auf die Lerngeschwindigkeit, die Art des Lernens und den Lerntyp eines jeden Kindes eingegangen wird und dass alle Kinder ihr individuelles Potenzial entfalten können.
Mit den neuen Technologien ergeben sich auch neue Möglichkeiten zur Gestaltung von Unterricht und Lernen, der die Fähigkeiten und Potenziale aller Kinder fördert.