The article on the final meeting in Vändra can be seen on the 4th page of the newspaper:
Wednesday, June 29, 2011
Drawing conclusions of the project in our school. Final meeting in Toila conference centre 28.-29. June 2011
Working on the outcomes and impact of the project.
Altogether 20 activities done during these two years were counted. The impact on the school and the local community was great.
Distribution of materials and forms that should be filled in for the final report and European Shared Treasure.
Our activity group on the way to Toila. Our horizons were broadened again.
The happy project leader, satisfied with the results of the project.
Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Our project leader Jaime and an Estonian cow
Listening to our guide talking about Jakobson's secrets of farming in Estonia more than 100 years ago
Elke Heinzel (headmistress of GGI) and Christiane Gillner (German project leader) in Jakobson's museum dwelling house.
Jaime and Björn pulling the barge over the river... the participants of the final meeting on it.
Sunday, June 12, 2011
Contact seminar and 8 meetings- there is a lot behind these headings.
Some emotions can be seen from the pictures.
The school was decorated again- this time for the final meeting.
Thursday, June 9, 2011
Tuesday, June 7, 2011
The Germans have arrived: Elke Heinzel (headmistress of GGI), Björn Frohman (GGI Comenius team member) Christiane Gillner (project leader in GGI). Ülle Tomingas and Katrin Palu from Vändra Gymnasium have come to meet them at the airport.
The Spanish have arrived: Jaime Garcia Solana (SPODRAMUS project leader) and Isabella Parra Linares (headmistress of IES Clara Campoamor).
A walk in Old Tallinn with the Germans.
A lot of questions about our capital got answers.
Björn and an Estonian lady in her medieval costume.
At one of the many handicraft shops in Tallinn.
Estonian handicraft, especially linen products intrested the Germans.
Looking at Estonian masters' work.