An additional Comenius Corner at Vazrazhdane Secondary School: 26th June 2014 – after the visits in Hungary in March and Italy in June, we organized an additional Comenius Corner at Vazrazhdane Secondary School. There we arranged pictures and materials from the working meetings, conferences and lessons; materials and leaflets advertising the schools, towns and counties; books made and provided to us by children on our visits at the schools; discs and books, provided to us by “Gulliver” publishing centre , a book containing short stories and illustration made by children at Ayten Şaban DİRİ Primary & Secondary School, Ankara, Turkey which took part in the first literary contest for young writers “Pinocchio”, organized by Nuova direzione Didattica, Vasto, Italy
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25th June 2014 – “Students’ reading skills and the motivating role of Read to Learn and Learn to Read Comenius Project” seminar for the primary teachers took place at Vazrazhdane Secondary Comprehensive school.
Special guest at the event was Mr Georgiev, Principal of the school.
Mrs Slavina Kangalova – leader of the School’s Union of the primary teachers at Vazrazhdane school presented the work which all primary teachers did during the school year and reported the results and good pedagogical practices, which deal with reading, students’ motivation and parents’ collaboration.
Mrs Meglena Hristova, deputy principal and manager of the project at the school, and Tanya Borisova, the contact person, presented the partner schools’ experience and good practices which they shared at the Second and Third meetings of the project, respectively in Hungary – Budapest and Salgotarjan and in VAsto, Italy. Thus all primary teachers at our school knew about their colleagues’ work and experience in the partner schools from Hungary, Greece, Romania, Turkey and Italy.
Impressed by our partners’ experience, the teachers at our school, working on Learn to Read and Read to Learn project want for the next school year to put in practice all these new ideas, interactive methods, entertaining reading activities, reading clubs, drama workshops and a variety of creative activities aiming at motivating children to read and parents to collaborate.