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KA219 project

A Strategic association project between schools in the context of the Erasmus+ Progrm is a cooperative network for the innovation, peer learning, the development of joint initiative and the experience exchange in european scale. One of the schools acts as coordinator and the rest as partners.

In a general way, the strategic associations support a wide and flexible set of activities aiming to apply innovative practices, promote development and modernization of organizations and endorse the development of policies to european, national and regional level. This action allows the participant organizations to get experience in international cooperation and strengthen their capacities, but also produce high quality innovative results.


KA219 project evaluation

This is a summary of the assessment of the request of our Project by the SEPIE (Spanish Service for Education Internationalization):


It is a project supplementary project with other started projects and combines the experience of one of the partners with the enthusiasm to be participating for the first time, this reflects on having already created the “Nautilus Project” in eTwinning.


It brings up the creation of a great variety of tangible products as geocaching, a question game, an Android application or the collaboration in an Atlas. This atlas is an example of the collaboration with other entities as the Jules Verne Hispanic Society and the technology center in Vigo.


Furthermore, it envisages agreements with local authorities and the forementioned entities thanks to the event so the project will have great visibility.


Last, assessment measurements for the results are also rich in indicators. Every phase (preparation, development or implementation, analysis or impact and diffusion self-assessment) are detailed with clarity and rigour.


The project contemplates several actions like two transnational meetings and two short duration mobilities oriented to the student exchange and the carrying out of activities together which are clearly backed up in Twinspace.


Expected results and impact are relevant for the Education sector and the educational community (students, teachers and families), but also to the Educations administrators and the nearest contexts to the schools, which will obviously generate productive synergies.

Verne Project

It is conceived as a multidisciplinar project in which, through cooperative work, work will be done in three languages: Spanish, French and English and technology will be used to produce didactic results very attractive for young people as well as for general public. The several products that will be developed will be transferable so they could be reused in the academic world and some of them in the family and tourist leisure, too.

31 students from 3rd and 4th of ESO from Losada School and 31 students from Seconde from French High School Nicolas Appert, as well as a total of 18 teachers from both schools coming from fields like: geography and history, foreign languages, literature, biology and natural science, industrial engineering, technology, computer science, arts, physics and chemistry and physical education. Moreover, experts, historians, journalists, writers and scientists will collaborate too.

For twelve months several activities will be held around the author and his work, focusing on the novel “20.000 leagues of under the sea”, the sea and the world of scientific and technological innovation.


Improves students academic skills in the STEM area (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) and encourages scientific vocation also in the girls.
Fosters teacher formation in the different fields and specially in their digital, planning and project developing competences.
Increased motivation of the students and teachers participating in the teaching-learning process as it is developed in a playful, disciplinar and meaningful framework, with real and practical results.
Internationalization of the partner institutions.
Improvement of students and teachers digital and technological skills.
Adoption of more effective methodologies and competency-based work approaches as well as good practices exchange.
Improvement of student linguistic skills in foreign languages and greater knowledge of the partner country’s culture through a link and a common interest.
Encouragement of the cooperative work between students and teachers from the same school and between partners schools.
Promotion of the respect for the past through its link with the present and the future and respect for the environment.
Improvement of the social, autonomy, responsibility, creativity, conflict managament skills and multiple intelligences.
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