Traditions across Europe-an eTwinning project

“Science and technology revolutionize our lives, but memory, TRADITION and myth frame our response.” (Arthur Schlesinger Jr.)

Who we are March 1, 2008

St. Brendan’s N.S.- Ireland (Thomas Duggan)

Humoreni and Comanesti Schools- Romania (Liliana Mihalachi)

Istituto Tecnico per il Turismo e Geometri- Italy (Anastasia Ciavattella)

Bundesbildungsanstalt für Kindergartenpädagogik- Austria (Barbara Cermak)

ImPULS Schule Schmiedefeld- Germany (Christine Amberg)

Colegiul National “Nicu Gane”- Romania (Daniela Varvarei)

Istituto Comprensivo “Don Bosco”- Italy (Gina Antonietta Mango, Carmelo Mario Martino)

Saint Attracta’s Senior National School- Ireland (Joseph Molloy)

Vilniaus Prano Mašioto pradinė mokykla- Lithuania ( Jurate Masiuliene)

Zespół Szkół w Deszcznie- Poland ( Katarzyna Latuska)

CEIP Sara Fernandez- Spain (Maria Jesus Sendra)

Churchfields Primary School- England (Philip Johnson)

Scuola Secondaria di I grado “A.VIVALDI”- Italy (Piera Ferranti)

“Geo Milev” English Language School- Bulgaria (Tsvetelina Ilieva)

Zespół Szkół RCKU- Poland (Wioletta Pietrzak-Dukalewska)

Fludaskoli- Iceland (Elin Jona Traustadottir)

Margaret Mortimer Girls Junior Lyceum- Malta (Noel Vella)

Zespół Szkół Ogólnokształcących nr 8, Gimnazjum nr 18, Gdańsk-Poland (Anna Li Gregni)

Szkoła Podstawowa nr 5 w Gdańsku -Poland (Izabella Łukaszewska)

Scoala cu clasele I-VIII nr. 92. Bucuresti-Romania (Irina Vasilescu)

Üzümlü Şehit Mehmet Primary School Beysehir, KONYA – Turkey (Nihan Kandiş)

Individual contributors

Dragos Apostu (Romania), http://www.dragosescu.com

 

15 Responses to “Who we are”

  1. School nr.96 (Luminita) Says:

    I’m from Romania and I wish to contribute at global education stability with “old traditions”
    yours faithfully,
    Luminita T.

  2. Liliana Mihalachi Says:

    Hello, Luminita!

    You are very welcome to contribute to this blog. Let us know more about you.

    Liliana

  3. ivasil63 Says:

    Hello, I’m from Romania, too, our school (School no. 92 in Bucharest) is already involved in an etwinning project and we also have a chapter about traditions. Since it’s a topic I’m very fond of, I’d like to contribute to your blog, too, if I may.
    Happy Easter.
    Irina

  4. Liliana Says:

    Hello, Irina!
    You are very welcome to contribute! Just write us at traditionsacrosseurope@gmail.com and we will discuss the details.
    Looking forward to talking to you.

  5. popescu adrian c-tin Says:

    I’m from Romania vilage Ceauru, near Tg-Jiu(Scoala Generala Ceauru com. Balesti jud. Gorj)I wish to contribute at global education stability with “old traditions”

  6. Liliana Says:

    Hello, Adrian!

    I’ve already replied to your e-mail. You are more than welcome to contribute to this blog. Our aim is to make it an intercultural space where people from all over the world can post materials about their traditions and discuss them.

    All the best!
    Liliana

  7. Gina Says:

    Hi!
    I want to let you know a very important think for everyone: our English partner, Philip Johnson, was awarded with the Quality Label for this project!
    I suppose he’s the first one!
    CONGRATULATION to him!!!
    GINA

  8. Liliana Says:

    Wow, congrats, Philip! That’s really wonderful!
    I want to encourage all our partners to apply for the Quality Label. I will do the same next week.

    Liliana

  9. Mariana Says:

    Hi!
    I’m a county school inspector for formal and non formal education at The County School Ispectorate, from Arad, in the West part of Romania.I’m also a teacher, by education and training.
    I’ve noticed your activities and I’m very interested in keepig and promoting national traditions, a fact that is the most relevant for us as nations.In this respect, I’d like to contribute to global education stability by old traditions.I’d like ,as well, to contribute, if possible, to your blog.

  10. Liliana Says:

    Hello, dear Mariana!
    Thank you for your message. You are very welcome to contribute to our blog. I am glad that people like you are interested in our project. I will send you an invitation to our blog, but I need your e-mail address for that. Can you send it to us at traditionsacrosseurope@gmail.com, please?
    E o bucurie sa va avem alaturi.
    All the best,
    Liliana

  11. Liliana Says:

    Dear all,

    We have a new partner school in our project and at the same time another country represented in the project. The name of the new teacher is Nihan Kandiş and he is a representative of Üzümlü Şehit Mehmet Primary School from Beysehir, region Konya (Turkey).
    Welcome, Nihan! You will find an online classroom and family as here. I hope this project will be as rewarding for you as it has been for all of us.
    All the best,
    Liliana

  12. Gina Says:

    Welcome Nihan! We’re happy to have you with us! Surely you’ll enjoy this adventure just like all of us!
    All the best!
    Gina and Mario

  13. ivasil Says:

    Welcome from Romania!
    Irina

  14. Cat Says:

    Hi, I stumbled upon this blog when looking for European traditions.
    What a great project!
    I’m a librarian at a university, so I really appreciate the effort you put in this. Way to go!🙂

  15. sheabynature Says:

    A great initiative! To gather here a lot of European traditions, I think you are the first to initiate it.


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