An Italian newspaper echoes the mobility made to Slovenia last September

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http://www.tusciaweb.eu/2019/11/gli-studenti-del-molinaro-protagonisti-della-mobilita-transnazionale-slovenia/

The Molinaro students are protagonists of a”Transnational mobility” in Slovenia

Montefiascone – The aim of the project is to introduce children to the creation of educational appsFrom the 23rd to the 27th of September, in the town of Rogašovci in Slovenia, the fourth transnational mobility of the Erasmus + action Ka2 program took place, with the participation of some students and teachers of the IC A. Molinaro di Montefiascone.


The project “Innovation = motivation: how to be a smart student with a creative mind”, has as its main objective to introduce students to the use, design and creation of educational apps and to the computational language, developing the sense of initiative and entrepreneurship and at the same time digital, linguistic, social and civic competences in order to prepare, guide and train children for the future world of work.

Montefiascone – The aim of the project is to introduce children to the creation of educational apps
The Molinaro students are protagonists of the “Transnational mobility” in Slovenia

From the 23rd to the 27th of September, in the town of Rogašovci in Slovenia, the fourth transnational mobility of the Erasmus + action Ka2 program took place, which saw the participation of some students and teachers of the IC A. Molinaro di Montefiascone.

The project “Innovation = motivation: how to be a smart student with a creative mind”, has as its main objective to introduce students to the use, design and creation of educational apps and to the computational language, developing the sense of initiative and entrepreneurship and at the same time digital, linguistic, social and civic competences in order to prepare, guide and train children for the future world of work.

Students and teachers from five European countries: Spain (coordinator Javier Valle Rey), Poland, Slovenia, Greece and Italy had the opportunity to collaborate and exchange ideas through the creation of promotional videos of their territory, workshops, infographics that have helped to improve their skills and to make European citizens increasingly aware and involved.

The professional aspect has been added to the charm of the most interesting and characteristic places of Slovenia, a country rich in natural and historical-architectural beauties, an exquisite gastronomic tradition and friendly and kind people.

Participants were warmly welcomed by the school and families of Slovenia and had the opportunity to come into contact not only with the local school environment, but also with the lifestyle of their Slovenian peers, which made this experience memorable and significant.

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