“The city we live in - the city we want to live in in 2020”


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The purpose of this meeting has been to set the basis of the project, confirm working schedule and plan future activities and mobilities.




Austria (1 teacher)), France (3 teachers), Germany (4 teachers), Greece (3 teachers) and Spain (2 teachers)



On Sunday the 8th we traveled to Vienna and checked in at the Hotel Meininger Franz.







On Monday the 9th we visited our partner school, the Neue Mittelschule Staudingergasse, where we were divided in international groups of 4 teachers and took a guided visit of the school. The guides were two 12 year old students. We had the first working meeting afterwards, focused on a workshop by France and Greece  on e-twinning, where they introduced us to the functioning of this platform to share the resources with the rest of our colleagues of the Erasmus+ committees in each school.
After the working session, we had lunch at the Vindobona restaurant, in the school area, visited the Vienna Snow Globe Manufacture (the only one in Europe), and went to the first district for a walk around the most famous spots of the city: the Hofburg, the Stephansdom (Cathedral), etc.
We had dinner with all the team in a typical Viennese brewery.






We had our second session on project planning,

  •   Future mobilities: dates, number of students taking part and accommodation in host families.
  •   Inmediate activities to be developed before the international students' meeting in Viena in December,
      such as:
    •   Decorate our Erasmus corners with all the docs and great posters given by our partners
    •   Preparation of DVD s regarding places of local interests in students` hometown
    •   Participants learn essential English and German phrases for traveling
    •   Pen-pal scheme starts
    •   Introduce the Europass to students

After this working session, we had lunch in a typical Viennese „Beisl“ where they serve traditional Viennese dishes and went for a guided tour at the Viennese Town hall. We then had a coffee break and went to the famous Opera of Vienna.






We flew back home from Vienna, ready to share all we have learnt with our colleagues and students.

Marian Gómez