MEETINGS

  • First meeting, Oslo, November 2015: 2 teachers from each school
  • Second meeting, Bayeux, April 2016: 2 teachers and 8 students from each school
  • Third meeting, Vienna, autumn 2016: 2 teachers from each school
  • Fourth meeting, Oslo spring 2017: 2 teachers and 8 students from each school
  • Fifth meeting, Cologne, autumn 2017: 2 teachers from each school
  • Sixth meeting, Vienna, spring 2018: 2 teachers and 8 students from each school

1st meeting in Oslo:

Results/suggestions: «How do we work with European Heritage?»

  • Students co-operate between countries and work with one theme, for instance music, religion, food or history. They exchange information and create a product together. Maybe filmclips are exchanged during the process.
  • Students work step by step to create a product. They exchange information with students from the other countries, and adjust their work according to feedback.
  • Make a film about what has formed your identity. Feedback from other countries will be taken into consideration in the process.
  • Ask your new friends from France, Germany, Austria, Norway about any information that you need.

 

2nd meeting Bayeux:

  • journey Vienna – Bayeux via Paris
  • the Bayeux Tapestry and evening with host families
  • explore Bayeux
  • film presentations “European heritage”
  • teacher ́s meeting (follow up)
  • preparation international groups “sights of Bayeux”
  • reception in the city hall
  • presentation international groups “sights of Bayeux” + deposit an e‐twinning
  • shopping in Bayeux
  • extracts of movies “The Longest Day” and “Saving Private Ryan”
  • sightseeing: American cemetery of Colleville, Point of Hoc, German cemetery of La Cambe, museum „Dead of man to fold + D‐day experience”
  • day with host families (Mont St. Michel, Cean…)
  • bowling
  • journey home

 

3rd meeting Vienna, November 2016:

participants:

    • Arne Birkeland, Dajana Hoffmann, Daniel Klisch, Astrid Weyed, Flavie Aubourg, Anne Kristin Roken, Odegaard, Stefanie Tausig, Sabine Plattensteiner

topics/results

            • discussion and exchange of the interim report
            • this years project „Europe today“ is devided into 4 topics the students will work together in international groups: common market, refugees, human rights and media
            • every week there might be a lesson for online communication between the international groups on etwinning
            • timetable for this year:
            1. Research your topic (find out facts and figures and discuss problems within your topic and possible solutions)
            2. put the results of your research on etwinning until the 16th of December
            3. comment on the work of the other students in your group (ask questions, find differences and common points with a critical attitude)
            4. create an idea for an „objet d’art“ based on your research and develop your ideas together with the other students from your group until the 30th of January.
            • timetable for 2018
            • ideas for 2018

Between the meetings, the project will run by responsible groups at the individual schools, and Eikeli (NOR) will be in charge of the overall coorination.

The meetings serve several purposes: We need to meet to discuss and exchange ideas and to make necessary adjustments of plans and running evaluations of the project. First and foremost, however, the meetings are necessary to fulfill the aims and objectives of the project.

Similarly, all our activities will be thoroughly evaluated at all our six transnational meetings. All schools will present their findings, and they will be compared.

 

4th meeting Oslo, March 2017:

participants: Arne Birkeland, Espen Haland, Dajana Hoffmann, Lena Reinartz, Astird Weyed, Flavie Aubourg, Stefanie Tausig, Sabine Plattensteiner

topics/results

              • Welcome to Oslo and getting to know each other
              • Students preparing the exhibition
              • transnational teachers meetings
                • summing up December – March (feedback from all participating countries)
                • possible communication tools and rules for students, documentation of communication (log)
                • looking foward to Cologne and Vienna (adaption of Parlamentarium)
              • the exhibition
                • guests from the authorities, politicians form the school board, neighbouring schools and classes, press, entire Eikeli-school
                • pieces of work: installation and presentation by students
              • leisure time activities
                • Norwegian movie with pizza
                • Sport activities (Floorball…)
                • Sightseeing (Olso Opera House, Akerhus Fortress, Vikingship Museum, Holmenkollen, Vigeland Park)
                • Time with host families
              • evaluation

 5th meeting Cologne, September 2017

 

participants:Hege Ruud, Margrethe Vierli, Dajana Hoffmann, Daniel Klisch, Astrid Weyed, Flavie Aubourg, Stefanie Tausig, Sabine Plattensteiner

topics/results

  • welcome to Albertus Magnus School (Mrs. Sanio)
  • date for Vienna 13th – 20th April 2018
  • more efficient communication tool for students
  • students in international groups (4 fractions) prepare questions for MPs of German state parliament
  • visit of German state parliament and talk with MPs of different fractions
  • preparation for Vienna:
  • students are divided into four fractions: Normancia, VCBO, Flowerpower and The Union
  • 4 main topics (refugees, Trump, European army and climate change) are choosen (two experts on the topic from each fraction/country are responsible)
  • ideas

small text about „imagine the future“ creative writing task, posters, create sheets for the fractions, corporate identity for the fractions (slogans, logos…), present the posters in school, vote for a fraction in each national school – result of the vote (all schools combined) tells us which fraction is the strongest; strongest fraction suggest president for parliament

  • fractions:
    • Flowerpower; HQ: Austria, colour: green
    • Normancia; HQ: France, colour: orange
    • VCBO; HQ: Germany; colour: red
    • The Union; HQ: Norway; colour: blue
  • looking forward to Vienna
    • team building exercises
    • fractions choose a speaker and a leader
    • all fractions elect a president
    • panel discussion
    • sign a declaration
    • send declaration to the MP, MEPs
    • send a letter after some time (after two years) to the other schools, if we have succeeded.

 

6th meeting Vienna, April 2018

 

participants:Hege Ruud, Arne Birkeland, Dajana Hoffmann, Daniel Klisch, Astrid Weyed, Flavie Aubourg, Stefanie Tausig, Sabine Plattensteiner

topics/results

  • welcome to BRGORG 15 (Mr. Ellmauer)
  • students: workshops with EYP
    • teambuilding
    • topic based work
    • plenary session
    • preparations for final presentation

 

  • teachers:
    • reflection and prospect
    • posters and newspaper
    • preparing fractions workshops
    • preparing presentation
    • final report
  • final presentation with guests
  • evaluation
  • leisure time activities:
    • sightsseeing quest through Vienna´s city centre
    • visit to Belvedere Palace, Museum and Gardens
    • Science Night
    • Eramsmus party with Karaoke