Students, teachers and association representatives are traveling to Cyprus for the second learning and training activity of our project. During the next days the participants will be involved in workshops, beach clean up, data analysis and dissemination activities. You can follow us through our social media channel using the #MALIA_Ep
On 14th September the MALIA project was presented at the 2018 Italian Geological Society Congress, during the session “Geoscience at school“. This was the first opportunity to present our project to the Italian science teacher community and talk about the first evidences collected during the first international exchange in Spain. You can read the abstract here.
The 6 and 7 of July our project was presented at the IV Encontro em Ensino e Divulgação das Ciências a Portuguese meeting that intends to continue to raise awareness of issues of education and scientific communication, as well as to promote the advanced training of teachers – promoting improvements in teaching practice – and disseminators – fostering
We are so happy to show you our logo! designed by Liceo Fermi of Alghero!
We need a LOGO, and you will help us to find the best one! Starting from today you will vote your favorite logo from the 4 logo designed by the 4 schools involved in the project We accepted vote form our Facebook page and Instagram account! Thank you so much for helping us!
Today 6 teachers, 3 associations representatives and 15 students are traveling to Águilas for the first MALIA project Transnational Meetings! Backpack is ready! On my way to #Águilas for the first exchange of #MALIA_Ep pic.twitter.com/IChVeB2s4K — Teresita (@anivarGatisereT) 7 maggio 2018 #IstitutoSuperioreEFermiAlghero #Erasmusplus #Malia #Scientix we are going to Valencia We are sharing the same project.
MALIA project was presented during the 3rd Scientix Conference, held in Brussels (Belgium) from 4 to 6 May 2018. Thanks to the participation of 352 teachers, policymakers, researchers and project managers this conference was one of the major networking events in Europe in 2018. It was a unique opportunity to learn more about science education projects in Europe
Malia is an Erasmus+ funded program. The transnational networks include organisations from Spain, Cyprus, Portugal and Italy. The project has three main objectives: – to enhance integration between four educational centers and four local civil association networks towards enhancing intercultural competences on marine science and community participatory outreach. – to reinforce teacher role and professional