Technical school Pozega, Croatia is a high school that educates students in 12 professions in the education sectors of electrical engineering and computer science, mechanical engineering and metallurgy, a three-year or four-year education. The school has 29 classes with 570 students. Technical School of Požega has a total of 81 employees, out of which 64 teachers. School has all the necessary technical, material and human resources to perform regular activities. Due to the requirements of economic factors in the environment school has acceded to organization and implementation of adult education. Two IT groups of gifted students at school (INFO club and Web group) will significantly contribute to the development and application of digital content for teaching and many projects. The Technical School regularly applies projects which are announced by the Agency for Mobility and EU Projects.
Süleyman Demirel Anadolu Lisesi, Istanbul, Turkey is situated in the heart of Istanbul, our school Süleyman Demirel Anadolu Lisesi has700 students and 52 teachers. Students attend this school after a certain exam. In the school there are 22 classrooms, 2 STEM labs ,1 Foreign Languages lab and 1 ITC lab. 11th graders choose the department they want to specialize. There are Maths, Literature and Language Intensive classes at school. Students are given the chance to learn while having fun. That is why they can play Taboo, Articulate and Scrabble in the Foreign Languages Lab. Our motto is Learning is Fun!
Osnovna sola F. S. Finzgarja Lesce is a rather small public school in the NW part of Slovenia. The central school is in Lesce with a branch school in the nearby village called Begunje. Pupils in Begunje attend the first five grades and continue their education at the central school in Lesce. There are 397 pupils in Lesce, 103 in Begunje and 49 teachers altogether. The pupils are 6 – 15 years old, attending grades 1 – 9. There are 33 pupils with special needs, e. g. learning disabilities, ADHD, dyslexia, etc. They are included in regular classes and overcome their obstacles with the help of teachers with special skills employed in our school and teachers in their regular class. Pupils in upper classes have obligatory subjects: Maths, Slovene, English, Biology, Chemistry, History, Geography, Physics, Music, PE, Art, Crafts, Ethics and Citizenship. Children must choose additional 2-3 subjects such as ICT, German, Italian, Spanish, Sports, Contemporary food preparation, Experiments in Chemistry, etc.
IIS Petrucci Ferraris Maresca Sede “G. Ferraris”- Catanzaro- ITALY school is one of the biggest schools in Catanzaro. It has a total number of students of about 1000 and 270 in G.Ferraris , our vocational school. Catanzaro lies in the middle of Calabria- our region’s name. It has byzantine origins and lies in the Squillace Gulf on Ionion sea. Our school focuses on specializing students on professional activities in the area of maintenance and technical assistance, operating in the electronics, electrical engineering, heating technology, mechanical engineering. We participate to many activities and in particular to National digital school plan, alternating training, electronic fairs.
The main purpose of the institute is: Well-being of the students. Recovery of disadvantage. Inclusion of students with a migrant background or disabled. Teaching of " Citizenship and Constitution " introduced by Law no. 169 of 30.10.2008. Sensitivity to environmental problems. Strengthening of the study of foreign language and ICT, with the possibility of achieving certifications. Enhancement of the situations of excellence. Our students are aged between 14 to 19 years old.
Kanepi Gymnasium, Estonia is a country school located in South Estonia, Kanepi, which is a municipality with 5000 people. It is a rural living environment with lots of forests and lakes. There are 210 students in Kanepi Gymnasium at the age of 7-19 years in grades 1-12 and 29 teachers. The school logo depicts the statue called “Hope” by famous Estonian sculptor August Weitzenberg originated from Kanepi. The students are involved in regional environmental and science projects. The experience in international projects is gained through eTwinning, students’ exchange programs with partner schools in Germany and Italy and Erasmus+ projects. The students study English, Russian and German as foreign languages within Estonian standard curriculum. Extra-curricular activities include folk dance, choirs, sports, IT- based activities. The main objective of our school is to provide the education which helps to manage in the developing national and European environment. The key-points: projects on and in the nature, international and national projects, open to educational projects of universities, innovation and development, student-centered environment, national heritage, 21st century skills.