All activities that have been taken within the project: 'School is the teacher of life' are being recorded on a daily basis. Thus, the information concerning these undertakings will be published regularly on the website in the file Current news.
We would like these activities to show our working methods as well as the awareness of the goal we are aiming at while working on this project.
The project: entitled 'School is the teacher of life' is being conducted by both Polish and Norwegian schools – Upper secondary school in Krakow and Atlanten Videregående Skole in Kristiansund.
The project is being financed from the means of Financial Mechanism EGO and Norwegian Mechanism - the programme Training and Grant Fund.
While doing the project, we would like to emphasize that we are able to create ideal conditions for students’ and teachers’ development. It is possible to benefit from potential, experience and openness of teachers who react to frequent changes, inspire one another as well as motivate students to learn effectively.
By the reference to history and foundation myths, the project will deepen participants’ national identity; due to artistic activities people will foster their sense of esthetics, and the focus on global interdependencies will allow to increase environmental awareness.
Efficient tools as well as methods of evaluation for teachers and for the school as an institution will be developed. A good habit of evaluating results in a systematic and orderly manner will increase not only teachers’ but also particular subject teams’ and the whole school’s work efficiency.
The following project results from previous, longstanding cooperation of our schools within the programme: Lifelong Learning.
Key participants are well-qualified teachers who possess wide experience in international cooperation.
They have already organized international exchanges with European schools and actively participated in them.
They were coordinators, coauthors of the projects: Lifelong learning - Comenius for schools.
They are able to work both independently and in teams; their creativity and acquired experience is immediately applied in didactic and educational work.