Sljedeće dvije školske godine (od 01.09.2016.– 31.08.2018.) učenici i nastavnici III. gimnazije Split sudjelovat će u ovom projektu.

Nosioci projekta su nastavnici škole: Institut de Tecnificació Amposta, ESPAÑA

Škole partneri su:

III. Gimnazija Split, Croatia (voditelj projekta: Danica Bavčević)

Istituto Comprensivo "Filippo Traina", Vittoria, Italy

Projekt će se provoditi na engleskom jeziku.

One land, one thousand landscapes & Mapping the experience of living and being in a place

Project Summary

'One land, one thousand landscapes' is a project coordinated by ITEC, developed with the high school partners from Italy and Croatia.

As a starting point, all the partners agreed to establish the objectives, the methodology, the activities, the evaluation criteria and the dissemination mechanisms through the eTwinning platform and elaborating a  SWOT analysis of the needs and strengths of each high school.

Our main priorities are the need to be more in contact with the environment (a natural resource

sometimes forgotten and not fully exploited for learning methodologies), to innovate our methodology and way of teaching by learning other techniques, to improve the oral skills of the students and teachers' foreign language and to take advantage of all the possibilities that the new technologies offer.

Taking all into account, our project's objectives are:

1-Discover and share our environment.

2-Learn and discover the environment of the other countries.

3-Adapt other teaching and learning methodologies using ITC and English.

4-Have an impact on our environment creating a closer link between the school and its immediate


5-Provide our students the right skills to be autonomous, entrepreneurs and able to solve problems in order to improve their self-motivation and learning abilities.Furthermore, to achieve our main goals, we will use the following strategies.

-Internationalise the project through the material published in the eTwinning platform, the high school’s magazine, the project's website, each high school's webpage..

-Open our projects to teachers, students, families, entities and institutions locally, regionally,

nationally and at a European level.

-Create an informative website and magazine in order to update the Erasmus+ project in each high school.

-Create a coordinating group (teachers and students) in each school in charge of the planning and

development of the project.

-Create an assessment committee (teachers and Management team)in charge of the assessment and Annual Report.

-Adapt the Curriculum and Syllabus of the subjects participating in the project and include them in the school’s Educational Program of each centre.

-Include an optional subject called Erasmus where the project will be carried out.

-Adapt the end-of-year activity week for the project's realisation.

-Create a special language classroom, the Erasmus corner, to facilitate communication am

ong partners where the project will be developed.

Our project lasts for two school years, with the structure of the general methodological sequence in two periods:

Course 2016

-17: research, documentation and file management.

Course 2017

-18: production, publication and exhibition.

The central concept of the project is art and the environment, to be more precise, artistic practices of the community and natural creation.

Our strategies, whose aim are transforming our close and further environment ,are:

-mapping the multiple landscapes on the territory,what we call the overlapping landscapes.

-transforming the territory, with bats, we call it the batscape initiative.

-talking to the other territories, through the exchange of landscapes with the partners,

named 1m2 of landscape.

The evaluation criteria will be carried out internally in each school by the students through self and peer evaluation and by the teachers through the creation of a special promoting team in charge of monitoring the whole project at the end of each term and coordinating it with the other partners' assessment team every term. All the information gathered from the meetings and the evaluation results will be collected in a written report and uploaded on the website. Moreover, at the

end of each school year, the Headmaster will make an annual report of the project's development in their high schools. The aim of these evaluation measures is to be able to achieve a successful project adapting it to the needs and changes it can face throughout the process and to solve any difficulties or problems. Moreover, a dissemination plan is created to promote the visibility of the project’s results. Thus, an internal project working group will manage the project work and provide an effective mechanism for a good project dissemination. The desired impact of the project is, on the one hand , the whole educative community (students, teachers, high schools, PRC,

Educative Administrations, parents) and ,on the other, the different institutions in the terr

itory including the cultural centres, Town Halls, museums, libraries...All the material created in this project will have an open access so that anyone in any part of Europe can consult it and use it as a useful tool.

To sum up, having the chance of participating in this type of projects will improve the future of our

students because it will open their world to new academic, professional and personal opportunities that will make them better citizens.