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Wydarzenie upowszechniające rezultaty projektu “Tiramisu” (E4)

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Wola Przybysławska, Poland


Since the coronavirus pandemic has not been as widespread as in the beginning of the year and the schools have been working in a stationary mode, the organisers decided to hold the events with the presence of the participants. However, in order to ensure more safety, the event was split into two. They were held on the 23rd and 24th of March at Szkoła Podstawowa w Woli Przybysławskiej and Szkoła Podstawowa nr 5 w Świdniku. To ensure the safety of the participants, the host organisation provided had sanitizers and made sure the room was well-aired. Moreover, during the coffee break the participants were divided into  groups in order to allow better distancing.

The event in Wola Przybysławska was attended by 23 participants. They were teachers of 2 schools located in the neighbourhood of Świdnik, namely: Szkoła Podstawowa w Krępcu and Szkoła Podstawowa w Woli Przybysławskiej. The participants were teachers of Safety Education, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geography, English, German, Spanish, Art, Design and Technology, as well as special needs teachers who support students with learning difficulties and disabilities. There was also a school psychologist, and teachers’ trainees, as well as university students.

At the beginning of the events, after greeting the guests and all the participants, Mr Paśnikowski started discussing the reality of Polish schools and the benefits that come from participating in Erasmus+ programmes and the ways it enriches the school experience for students and teachers.

Next, Ms. Beata Adasik and Ms. Elżbieta Kulczyńska talked about the importance of teaching first aid, both to teenagers and adults. They discussed the requirements of the safety education (PL – edukacja dla bezpieczeństwa) in Polish schools.

Then Mr Paśnikowski went on to present the website of the TIRAMISU project and showed the participants where each intellectual output was located and how to access it. He discussed in detail the first IO and showed how it could be used both in class and outside the classroom by the students.

After a 30-minute coffee break, the participants took part in 3 workshops devoted to first aid. The teachers who ran this part of the event had taken part in the TIRAMISU project, working on the creation of the intellectual outputs and testing them. Ms. Aneta Seremak talked about the annual First Aid competition that our students have been participating in, and discussed the strategies to prepare the students both for the theoretical and prectical part. Ms. Elżbieta Kulczyńska shared her experiences of testing the Interactive Wizard real-life scenarios with the students who attend the first aid classes. Finally, Ms. Beata Adasik talked about the guidelines (IO.2) and their use in biology lessons.

The last part of the event was the closing ceremonies during which the participants were awarded certificates of attendance. The organizers thanked everybody for their attendance despite the difficult circumstances connected to the coronavirus pandemic. The participants expressed their interest in using the intellectual outputs as well as the handbook in their work with students.

On the whole, the participants were interested in the intellectual outputs of the “TIRAMISU” project and felt that their impact is really significant. The teachers were enthusiastic about a wide range of material to use in their lessons in order to help students learn the important skills of saving other people’s lives. They also mentioned that the material could be used for self-studying by the students, which is particularly useful during the online learning.

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