Mobility in Spain

The second LTT Meeting of the DIDLL project took place in Escola Diocesana de Navàs (EDN)– in Navàs, Spain, from November 13th to 18th January 2020.
All the activities, accommodations and organization of the meeting were planned and established long before the partners arrived. We hold a meeting to explain all the details about the week, such as:

  • Schedule:
  • Activities and Group Distribution:
  • Teacher’s guide:

    All the participants arrived in Navàs the Sunday before the meeting started. On arrival the students were greeted by the partner families and taken to their homes and the teachers were taken to the hotel that had been previously booked for them by the host country.
    There were 26 foreign students arriving from Italy, Portugal, Macedonia, the Netherlands and Turkey. Also, 12 foreign teachers/ Principals took part in the LTT meeting in Navàs: 2 teachers from Italy, 4 teachers and the Principal from Turkey, 2 teachers from the Netherlands, 2 from Macedonia, and 2 teachers from Portugal. The host coordinators were Marc and Anna.
    On Monday 13th January, at 8:30, the Welcome meeting formally began in the Conference Hall in the school. All the foreign students and teachers were welcomed into the host school in Navàs by the Catalan project coordinators and the Principal. Also, the Mayor of the town and the Legal Representative of the School did their speech. After that, the Catalan students offered a Theatre Play, which explained different Catalan traditions.
    After the Welcome, the host students guided the guests on a tour around the school building.
    Next, we all gathered in the main room where the host teachers explained the activities to be carried out along the week and organized the teams. Student learnt different abilities in the several workshops given (Escornabot, Lego, Scratch, Green Screen and Stop Motion). The aim of the workshops was to acquire the abilities the students would need to develop a product themselves and present it the last day in the Final Dive (Exhibition).
    Also, students were taught a song, which was used every morning as a wake-up activity. The base of the song was taken from “Bon dia” song, by a Catalan group called Els Pets. The lyrics was modified specially for the mobility as follows:
    We are all here today aaaah
    To work on the Erasmus project DIDLL
    In our school in Navàs
    And 5 more schools from far away
    We meet up in the morning aaaaah
    And with this song we wish each other a good day
    With a smile in our faces
    And wiliness to learn a lot
    BON DIA, the word Catalans use to say GOOD MORNING
    And this is the best way to start our day
    Together with all the new friends
    On Friday with them we’ll wanna stay
    At 14.00 we went together for lunch and in the afternoon the students enjoyed a Digital Treasure Hunt around the town (clues were received by Whatsapp to the Team Representative and Teams had to send prove of accomplishment to the teachers also by Instagram). Late afternoon, the families came to pick their children up and drove them home.
    On Tuesday 14th January, the program started at 8:00 in school. Students were divided in teams and each Team started the Workshops. At 13 h we gathered and each school showed traditional games and students played the games as well in teams until lunchtime. On Tuesday,
    students had free afternoon with their host families.
    On Wednesday 15th January, at 8.00 workshops started again. Students took 3 different workshops until lunchtime. In the afternoon, we organized a Sports Competition where all the teenagers could show off their sports skills.
    On Thursday 16th January, from 8 to 14.30 students had to work with their teams to create the best final product to show in the evening Final Dive (Exhibition), where parents will see their work. They had lunch with the families and returned school at 19.00 to get everything
    ready. At 20 h families and teachers arrived and students showed and explained their products, for example, a painting of a human body with automatic buttons that you could touch and hear the names of each part of the boy, some original board games led by robots instead of dices and counters, etc. Finally the student were given their attendance certificates and then we all shared a traditional dinner with Catalan products and dishes made by the Catalan families: truita de
    patates, pa amb tomàquet, etc. We also danced a lot.
    Friday 17th January was the last day of the meeting and we went to a day trip to Barcelona. We took a tour to the old Barcelona along El Raval, El Born and the City Centre.
    Students had the chance to learn about the most historical places in Barcelona and walk along the most charming neighborhoods.