Celebrating Erasmus+ Partner Day in Uhtna school

We started our Erasmus+ day with a presentation about Spain and Miralba. The presentation was given by Class 6 pupils to the whole school and it made available to notice the differences and similarities between Spain and Estonia.  We were introduced about the regions, the biggest towns, churches, sports arenas (Barcelona) etc.

Also, the information about Miralba school was disseminated. We got informed that there are 1100 students and 50 teachers in Miralba school.
The school is very innovative, lots of iPads are used in the lessons and the school also gives lectures to the other schools in the region. The pupils work a lot on the projects and learn some subjects in English.

The presentation was interesting and exciting, we got a lot of knowledge about Spain and Miralba school.

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Alustasime Erasmus+ päeva ettekandega Hispaania riigi ja Miralba kooli kohta. Esitluse viis läbi kuues klass õpetaja Ene juhendamisel. Õpilased rääkisid meile Eesti ja Hispaania erinevustest ning sarnasustest. Meile tutvustati regioone, suuremaid linnasid, kirikuid, ning spordiehitisi (nt Barcelonas).

Samuti räägiti Miralba koolist. Saime teada, et Miralba koolis käib ca 1100 õpilast ning töötab 50 õpetajat.  Kool on väga innovatiivne,  palju kasutatakse iPade ning kool viib läbi ka loenguid teistes koolides. Koolis tehakse palju projektitööd ning näiteks loodusõpetust ja matemaatikat  õpetatakse  inglise keeles.

Ettekanne oli huvitav ning põnev, me saime teada palju uut Hispaania riigi ning Miralba kooli kohta.
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