Agros High School teachers at Erasmus educational seminar in Malaga
CORFU. They attended the seminar "Digital Classroom - Creativity and Innovation in Teaching in the Digital Era".
In May teachers from Agros High School travelled for the third time to take part in a seminar as part of the European Erasmus+ Programme 2021-2027, which is co-funded by IKY.
The teachers, Alexandros Amarantidis and Angeliki Hirdari travelled to Malaga, Spain for one week and participated in a training seminar titled "Digital Classroom." The goal of the seminar was to support the school's Project KA122, "Creativity and Innovation in Teaching in the Digital Era."
Through this specific training, the participants - from Greece, Romania, Germany, and Italy - became acquainted with a variety of educational digital applications that they can use in the classroom, thereby enhancing students' interest, motivation, and consequently their performance.
The Erasmus+ Programme at Agros High School will continue in the next school year.