We continue working on different Erasmus+ projects
This course, as in previous ones, we are fully involved in the Erasmus+ programme carrying out different projects.
First, students of the 3rd year of Secondary School have created, as a project inside the Subject of English, different animations to explain greenhouse gases and global warming through the Animaker platform. At the end of this news, you can enjoy those animations.
- Begoña, Joane eta Nerea: https://app.animaker.com/animo/llznPDS1aeA0StgJ/
- Julen A, Nahia T. and a third partner: https://app.animaker.com/animo/LuN8zPGcJrClzX1R/
- Anne: https://app.animaker.com/animo/sJniOzJxDyBbi2Dt/
- Maider: https://app.animaker.com/animo/67uVbY0JaXjtnNFt/
- Erlantz: https://app.animaker.com/video/M50YW6MOQ430A3UX
On the other hand, we will tak part at the Young Reporters for The Environment international competition (Young Reporters for the Environment (yre.global), within Erasmus+’s Etwinning initiative, being Claret Askartza the first School in the Basque community to participate in this competition. YRE is a platform to promote research reports, photographs and journalistic videos that investigate and respond to environmental issues. Throughout the championship, high school students will produce 3-minute videos on the environment in the categories of news, documentary or reporting. Each year, the most suggestive or creative entries presented worldwide, can be analyzed by an International Jury and recognized worldwide.
Participating in these platforms for the development of cooperation projects with schools in other European countries is a unique opportunity to raise concern and work on the motivation of our students, and to educate students in cross-cutting competences, with the aim of becoming autonomous and competent people who know how to respond to the challenges posed by professional and personal life in the future. The synergies generated each year are achieving more and more quality, increasing the level of the projects.