New methods and strategies for literacy

Published: 14.01.2022

Hello, my name is Florina Filip, I am Chemistry teacher at Scoala Gimnaziala Iuliu Hatieganu, Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Our town is the capital of Transylvania. There are a lot of cultural opportunities, and it is one of the biggest town in our country, Our students are 6-14 years old. We are interested in finding partners for a small scale partnership to create and develop new activities, new methods and strategies for improving literacy in order to understand especially scientific texts and contents and not only.

We are looking for any kind of partners, especially schools like ours, with the same need for their students and teachers interested in this topic.

Type of organisation sought
School/Training center
Country of organisation sought
Albania; Algeria; Armenia; Austria; Azerbaijan; Belarus; Belgium; Bosnia and Herzegovina; Bulgaria; Croatia; Cyprus; Czech Republic; Denmark; Egypt; Estonia; Finland; France; Georgia; Germany; Greece; Hungary; Iceland; Ireland; Israel; Italy; Jordan; Kosovo; Latvia; Lebanon; Libya; Liechtenstein; Lithuania; Luxembourg; Malta; Montenegro; Morocco; Netherlands; North Macedonia; Norway; Poland; Portugal; Serbia; Slovakia; Slovenia; Spain; Sweden; Tunisia; Turkey
Field-specific priorities for school education
Increasing the levels of achievement and interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM); Reinforcing the development of key competences
01.09.2022 » 31.01.2024
Scoala Gimnaziala IULIU HATIEGANU
Government institution
Cluj Napoca, Romania

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Posted by özden yalçın

Hello, we are a primary school in the city of Turkey-Konya.. We would like to take part in your project. Our school provides education in the age group of 6-11. Our school is located in an important historical and cultural position.

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Hi Florina. I am Vasilis, Electrical Engineer and teacher of technology at the 1st Gymnasium of Nafpaktos - Greece. The project that you are proposing is really very interesting and I think that we could contribute to it. My PhD was in the field of STEM and especially about the understanding of energy for young students 12-13 years old. Our town is at the middle Greece , very close to Patras (the third in population in the country) and with many interesting archeological, nature and industrial-technological sites at the broader area. My mail :

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Dear Florina! We have a hard working team. Our school has experiences of multilingualism and multiculturalism. We are interested with digital products (text, picture, scientific text). Best regards I want to send presentation video for more information. email:

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Posted by EGInA Srl

Hello, I am writing on behalf of the Pestalozzi school, located in Sicily, Italy. The school has students aged 3-19, offering sport and music curricula in secondary school. The school has a special focus and interest in digitalisation and foreign languages starting from an early age. We work in a very disadvantaged area and we face school drop issues every year, so we would really appreciate to join your project. To get more info please write at

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Hello, my name is Melanija Milović. I am a librarian at a Primary School in Lipovljani, Croatia. Students aged 6 to 14 attend our school. We have experience in Erasmus + projects. So far we have had 2 projects in which we were coordinators. Now we would like to participate as partners in your project. In the last project, one of the partners was a school from Nimigea de Jos with which we had a great collaboration. During the trip we stayed in Transylvania and visited some cities (Sibiu, Sinaia, Sigisoara, Bistrita village Viscri, Tasuleasa education center, salt mine in Turda). We are very interested in cooperating and participating in your project. We hope that we will achieve it because we already have experience in writing and implementing Erasmus + projects. My mail

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Our school Yunusemre/Cumhuriyet Primary School was opened for Education in 1959/1960. Our school is a rooted and educational culture of Manisa province. Our school serves the 06-11 age group with 116 kindergarten students and 770 primary school students in the 2021-2022 academic year. 14 of our students benefit from special education services. In addition, 5 of our students are gifted and receive education at the Manisa Science and Art Center. There are 45 personnel in our school. Starting from the 2nd grade in our educational institution, our students receive "English" education for 2 hours a week. There are student clubs in our school, and in these clubs; Folk dance course, Mind games course, sporting events, drama etc. works are being done. Our parents work in various factories in Manisa, an industrial city. The neighborhood where our school is located consists of people from the countryside, who came to the city, and citizens who immigrated to Turkey from Bulgaria. Manisa province is an industrially developed province located within the borders of the Aegean region of the Republic of Turkey. Agricultural studies are important in our province, which has a Mediterranean climate. The province of Manisa is 27 km from Izmir, the 3rd largest city of Turkey, 105 km from the ancient city of Ephesus, and 45 km from Adnan Menderes Airport. The ancient ruins of Sard in our Salihli district hosted the Lydians, who were the first to use money in the world. Manisa is a culturally and archaeologically rich city as it is home to various civilizations. The central population of our city is 400 thousand and has a population of 1,500,000 together with its districts. mail adress:

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Posted by Ali İlengiz

Hello, I am the principal of Izmit secondary school. I hope you and your family are well. We have a lot of work in my school about your project topics. We would like to be partners in your project. We have completed 6 projects so far. We are experienced. I have a hardworking team. There are 700 students and 52 teachers in my school. I expect good news from you. My school: contact:

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Posted by Antonella Spaziani

Dear friend, I'm Antonella Spaziani, an English teacher at the lower secondary school "Istituto Comprensivo1 Frosinone" in Frosinone, Italy. Our students are 3 to 14 years old. Frosinone is a little town, 70 Kilometers far from Rome. We are very interested in developing the topic of literacy and we would like to be partners with you. We have experience in organizing the activities that Erasmus Projects require. Now we are completing two projects and I am responsible for one of them. Please, take into account our request! If you are interested in our partnership, please send us more information about the project and the other partners. We will be very happy to work together! Contact us, as soon as possible! Yours sincerely , Antonella Spaziani. My email is:

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Hi, Florina. My name is Pedro Nunes and I'm a teacher at Soeiro Pereira Gomes, a school of ASSJM's School Cluster, at Vila Franca de Xira, Portugal. We are very focused on teaching's innovation and on the development of both student's and teacher's digital competences. We are a certified eTwinning School, we have recently received Erasmus Accreditation (until 2027), we have been involved in multiple K1 staff training cycles and we have been developing two simultaneous Erasmus+ K2 projects, which are now approaching their natural end. Coming across your post we would have some questions for you about it's concepts: - what would be the ideal cast of team partners(countries involved); - what would be each one's roles in conceiving /implementing the Project; - who would have the responsibility of submitting the Project to a National Agency (/be the Project's manager)? - what would be (in general traces) the schedule of activities; - and MOST OF ALL what do you call a "small scale partnership", does it have to do with the end date (31.01.2024)? We would very much appreciate some light you could shed over these topics. Thank you. For any further contact please use:

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