On the completion of our European Project, Diana Curto, teacher of Chemistry and Physics at La Miquela High School, wrote an article for the La Pilastra Magazine (see link below) describing the last stage of our tasks: the completion of the path around La Pilastra Island with wooden stakes with QR codes containing information of all the animal and plant species of the river Ter.
On January 19th, Judit Serrats, English teacher and coordinator of European Projects at La Miquela Secondary School, delivered a lecture on the Erasmus+ Project “Protecting the environment is an opportunity!Not a burden, we must bear” for postgraduate students of the CLIL postgraduate course titled “Bilingual Teaching Methodologies for the Language School Project”, placing a special emphasis on the importance of the use of English, as a working language for learning and disseminating the contents of such a project.
Locals and tourists visiting La Pilastra Island will be able to learn all about the flora and fauna of this area of the River Ter while wandering around the island. With an app “Qr-Code Reader” on their mobile devices, they will be able to find out about the animal and plant species of the river Ter.
Here you are all the QR-Codes containing information of the animal and plant species from La Pilastra Island by the river Ter. Visitors and tourists will encounter wooden stakes with these QR-Codes scattered all around La Pilastra Island and by using a QR-Code Reader app on their mobile devices, they will be able to learn about the flora and fauna of this area of the river Ter.
The coordinators met in Kauno Versvu School in Lithuania to program the final tasks and wrap up the project, which ends on December 31st, 2017.