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 Using pop-up culture and traditional music in order to promote the inclusion of all students, despite race, social class, ethnicity, religion, gender and abilities

About the project

Within this project we aim that all our students will be included in the learning process since they will be given the opportunity to participate actively in order to present creatively and constructively contemporary and traditional songs and dances despite their differences and abilities.

AIMS

Students will be able to develop their social and cooperative skills. In addition to that they will need to be able to work together despite their race, social class, ethnicity, re;religion, gender and abilities. In this way, they will learn to respect difference in order to learn from it.

WORK PROCESS

All partners must prepare a one-day activity whereby all students will present in a creative way pop-up and traditional songs and dances.

EXPECTED RESULTS

We will create a video-clip and we will add it on our school web-page and also, on our Erasmus+ web-page.

 


“Using pop-up and traditional music for inclusion”

About the project

The project aims to create a mutual atmosphere for the students from different countries, organizing a music and dance day in May using traditional music in order to promote the inclusion of all students despite race, social class, ethnicity, religion, gender and abilities.

AIMS

The project aims to create a mutual atmosphere for the students from different countries, organizing a music and dance day in May using traditional music in order to promote the inclusion of all students despite race, social class, ethnicity, religion, gender and abilities.
With the project which lasts for a day as the activity but for a month to share, the students will have the chance to be included in a atmosphere created with commin values regardless of their ages, raced, ethnicity, religion, gender and abilities.

WORK PROCESS

Although the project will last for a month with the shares and communication activities, the main organization will last for a day for each school. With the traditional musics and dances, the schools will organize a party and prepare short videos sending their greetings to the partners.
May the last week: the party event with traditional music and dances including at least 20 students
June the first week: preparing short videos and photo slides
June the second week: sharing the project results on web page “Every Student is Important” which is an ERASMUS+ project having been held for the last two years.

EXPECTED RESULTS

All the videos and photo slides will be shared on the twin-space and the web page “Every student is Important” which is an Erasmus+ project held for the last two years, including the elder students from high school for this time. The core of the project, the inclusion will be widened with the shares and new friendship created with the project.