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"Creative" Romanian Summer School This year in the Spektrum English and Romanian Summer School we try to apply some of the "lessons" learnt during the in-service teacher training we attended within the Everyday Creativity Erasmus+ project.
"Green" education, language and communication hand in hand, was the topic of the "Creative" Romanian Summer School for children whose mother tongue is Hungarian in Şumuleu-Ciuc/Csíksomlyó.
Everyday Creativity in Riga Everyday Creativity in Riga Our Everyday Creativity project poster was presented at the Association for Teacher Education in Europe (ATEE) Spring Conference on 7–8 June 2019. The conference topic was “Innovations, technologies and research in education”.
Finnish experiences in local newspaper Finnish experiences in local newspaper Article about the project and the experiences of the Hungarian team in Finland, has been published in a local newspaper in Maroslele.
What can we learn from the Finnish education system? What can we learn from the Finnish education system? On 4 April 2019 the Romanian teachers who had taken part at the in-service teacher training course  at  the University of Jyväskylä, held a presentation in front of over 80 teachers and parents about their perception of the Finnish pedagogical principles and practices.


Teacher workshop based on the Finnish models of education Teacher workshop based on the Finnish models of education How can the Finnish models of education for creativity support school development projects in Romania? Teacher workshop at the Zöld Péter Primary School in Siculeni.
Toys for children from waste Toys for children from waste Sustainability and creativity met when Maroslele Preschool decided to make toys for children from waste. The initiative continued with the joint work of teachers and children and gave many experiences and knowledge to the little ones. The completed toys can now be viewed in the library of Maroslele.
Hungarian Poetry Day via Skype Hungarian Poetry Day via Skype Partners of our project started an initiative and made a Skype connection on the Hungarian Poetry Day. Students from Maroslele and Csíkszereda shared a poem together.

Watch the VIDEO
here.
The judgement of Paris The judgement of Paris Ancient greek history class with 5th graders using methods of drama-based pedagogy at József Attila Primary School. 

One of the three legends and one of the kids' teams performing. They read the legends, discussed the plot, made the teams, chose the stories, they wrote the scenes, made the costumes and decorations, rehearsed and practiced, and they presented it. God job, worth a try!