Il-Gozo Association for the Deaf għandha l-ħsieb li torganizza kors fil-Lingwa tas-Sinjali Maltija Level 1. Min hu interessat li jattendi għal dan il-kors, hu mħeġġeġ li jibgħat id-dettalji tiegħu/tagħha, hekk kif imniżżel hawn isfel, fuq l-email email@example.com sa nhar it-Tlieta, 11 t’April, 2017.
Dan il-kors għadu fl-istadju tal-ippjanar u jiddependi jekk isirx jew le mid-domanda li jkollna għalih. Il-kors huwa ta’ 30 siegħa u jitqassam f’għaxar sessjonijiet ta’ tliet sigħat-il waħda. Fil-probabilità dawn isiru s-Sibt filgħodu.
The National Sport School will receive applications from students who as from next scholastic year wish to pursue their academic studies as well as train in the sport they excel in.
All male and female students from Malta and Gozo, born in 2004, who are currently in their second year at Secondary School and who are deemed talented and highly promising in their field of sport by coaches within their respective National Sport Association, are eligible to apply for entrance into the National Sport School. There are a very limited number of places available at this late entry point. Those who are eventually selected will join the students currently in Year 8 (Form 2) at the National Sport School.
A meeting for parents will be held on:
Date: Thursday 19th January, 2017
Venue: National Sport School, Pembroke
to discuss in detail the selection process and the entry requirements for the National Sport School.
Applications are open as from Monday 27th February, 2017 and may be obtained from the Customer Care Section, Directorate for Educational Services, Great Siege Road, Floriana or the Education Office, Fortunato Mizzi Street, Victoria, Gozo. Applications can also be accessed online at www.education.gov.mt or on the official school website at http://nss.skola.edu.mt/.
Closing date for submission of applications is noon, Monday 27th March 2017 and these can be submitted at the Customer Care Section, Directorate for Educational Services, Great Siege Road, Floriana or the Education Office, Fortunato Mizzi Street, Victoria, Gozo.
Any queries regarding applications can be referred to the National Sport School (tel: 21370334 / e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Institute of Space Sciences & Astronomy (ISSA) and the Department of Physics of the University of Malta, in collaboration with The Astronomical Society of Malta and Din l-Art Ħelwa, once again invites the general public to a night under starry skies at one of the few remaining dark sites on our islands: Dwejra in Gozo.
The event will be held on Friday, 30th December at 5:30pm for an overview of the night sky. Astrophysicists and amateur astronomers will be at hand to answer any questions related to astronomy. A telescope will be set up to project live images of celestial objects. In particular, it is expected to obtain some fantastic views of the Orion nebula in all its splendour!
Both adults and especially children and students are welcome to this event. In the event of overcast skies or other unfavourable weather conditions, there will be a line up of astronomy-themed documentaries and talks.
To attend this event, kindly register your name and email address through the following link:
Space at the tower is limited and acceptance will be on a first-come, first served basis. Kindly note that the “path” up to Dwejra Tower is steep and uneven. It may not be suitable for persons with mobility issues. Also ascending or descending in the dark is potentially hazardous so extreme care should be taken and it is advisable to carry a torch.
Supported and funded by the Erasmus+ Programme KA1 “Mobility of Learners and Staff”
Experience Learning in an International Context!
Dear friends and colleagues
We have a long-lasting tradition and experience in international courses within the Erasmus+ programme.
All our courses are centred on the important issue of improving the overall educational quality of your school or organisation.
Click on the title to open the website page. Every course is also registered in the EU School Education Gateway.
Differentiated Evaluation (May 2017, Lisbon – Beach, Portugal)
Diversity is part of today’s society. More and more, these differences can be seen in the classroom. An efficient approach of diversity needs to be based on the recognition of those differences. The teaching processes, the teaching methods and evaluation methods have to evolve with the changes that are noticed in the classroom. This 4 days course aims at introducing and implementing differentiated methods of pupils and students evaluation.
During the course, there is a study visit to a Portuguese school that is fully engaged in looking at differences as an opportunity for educational innovation.
Teach, Learn and Quality (Lisbon Beach, Portugal)
In education, quality is essential. In this course, three different aspects of that quality are dealt with: its structure, the human element and the part of the school team.
The course tries to reveal the importance of getting the whole school team involved in the implementation of the schools’ educational quality programme.
Finnish Lessons for European schools (Joensuu, Finland)
Participants in this course will learn all about the Finnish educational system by visiting schools with an outstanding quality development plan in Joensuu North-Karelia (Finland).
Finland’s answer to educational reform results in a high learning output.
STE(A)M: Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics (Lisbon – South Bank, Portugal)
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics are crucial keystones in today’s society.
In current curricula and educational systems, there is a tendency to integrate these subjects into one approach: STEM.
Proof has already been given that this methodology hugely enhances the student’s motivation.
Diversity in Education (Lisbon Centre, Portugal)
In this course, participants will learn how to deal with diversity in an educational environment, they will experience it within the course and will learn to consider it a meaningful challenge.
Coping with diversity is a way of looking at different people in another way, especially in times when schools are being confronted with inclusion and pupils with lots of diverse backgrounds.
During this course, we provide the knowledge, skills and attitudes the participants need to cope with diversity.
Teaching Tomorrow (Gozo, Malta)
Schools are facing many changes that have an impact on all levels and for all stakeholders.
Inspirational and strategic leadership provides a vision and direction towards effectiveness and success. Participants will get to know new teaching and learning methods that face the educational challenges of the future.
The power of non-formal learning (Lisbon – South Bank, Portugal)
Methods of so-called non-formal learning can help to improve the students’ learning mood and motivation a lot.
Participants will discover several approaches to non-formal education, gain knowledge and experience several of these methods.
Meta Learning and Thinking Skills (Reykjavik – Iceland)
The course focuses on the necessary thinking processes needed when learning.
It deals with different thinking frameworks, e.g. Bloom’s taxonomy, ‘structured thinking’ by De Bono, critical thinking, growth mind set, philosophy, meta-learning and other major thinking frames.
Assessment and evaluation for effective learning (Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Learning is an individual, complex and to some extent unpredictable process. Can evaluation also support this learning process? We focus on 5 strategies: sharing learning objectives and criteria for success, organizing classroom activities that elicit evidence of learning, providing appropriate feedback, stimulating students to learn from each other and activating students as owners of their own learning process.
Inclusion in Early Childhood Primary Education (Groningen, The Netherlands)
For the period 2015-2030, the UN focuses on sustainable development goals such as educational quality, gender equity and social inclusion on all educational levels.
This course is the result of a recent ERASMUS+ KA2 project combining input and best practices from the UK, Turkey, Lithuania, Denmark, Portugal, The Netherlands and Flanders (BE) for children between 2.5 and 10 years old.
The course content is structured along six important keys: a holistic view on development, how to make adjustments, improving collaboration, enhancing communication, reflecting on and editing the school ethos.
Motivate Students of Technical and Vocational Education (Example of course on demand/Brugge, Flanders – Belgium)
The students’ motivation can be a challenging educational issue, especially in technical or vocational schools.
Motivation is a very complex notion and needs a holistic approach; the ‘self-determination’ theory offers some solutions.
More detailed information can be found on our website where we explain the content, programme and all practicalities.
The website also informs and guides you through the process of application. Have a look at http://erasmusplus-ist.eu/procedure
The courses take place as a residential seminar of 5 or 4 days in a delightful hotel situated in interesting cities such as Lisbon (Portugal), Ljubljana (Slovenia), Joensuu (Finland), Gozo (Malta) or Reykjavik (Iceland).
Erasmus+ offers you the possibility to attend the course with a team of your school.
We offer a flexible cost structure (€ 785, € 945 and € 1250) allowing you to select the package that fits best your personal or schools’ situation.
In addition we offer a supplementary discount when you select a double room.
All courses can be funded as a KA1 learning mobility. The grant covers: travel, accommodation, subsistence, organization fee. The request is to be sent to your Erasmus+ National Agency.
The new deadline for application is February 2nd 2017 (12.00 h CET).
If you are interested in one or more courses, you can make a pre-registration using the appropriate link on the web or by clicking here.
Shortly after pre-registration, you will receive supportive documents and information helping you to apply for funding.
Don’t hesitate to contact us in case of doubt or if you need additional information.
The course directors, Wim Simoens and Peter Van de Moortel
The Gozo College Secondary School EkoSkola team took part in four projects, namely: beachcleaning, the making of a Christmas tree and decorations from packaging cardboard, Wasteserv talks for parents and students and paper shredding for animal bedding.
For the beach cleaning project, the team went to Dwejra, San Lawrenz. Among the waste collected there were both plastic and glass bottles, cardboard, disposable coffee cups, broken glass, plastic bags and other similar material. The waste was gathered in large bags and then it was sorted into the respective recycling bins at Dwejra. Judging by the litter collected it was clear to the team that this place has rarely been cleaned, even though it is one of the main attractions that tourists visit when they come to Gozo.
For the second project the EkoSkola team built a Christmas tree from packaging cardboard boxes. These boxes were supplied by retailers who sell white goods and other cumbersome items. The finished Christmas tree was decorated with cardboard decorations as well and is now displayed in the school foyer as part of the Christmas decorations. It will be stored during the year to be reused for future Christmases.
The third project consisted of talks given by Wasteserv to parents and students. A Wasteserv representative came to our school to discuss issues related to waste, mainly Organic waste. In order to be more effective, these talks were spread out in three days so each talk was given to a group of 50 students.
The fourth and last project had to do with paper shredding for animal bedding. The team had the task of collecting used papers, old newspapers and magazines from other students and teachers, from their home and from school. The accumulated material was then shredded to be spread out under the animals’ hooves to keep the ground dry.
Café Scientifique is the forum for discussion of scientific research and issues in an informed but informal way in a café atmosphere. The Gozo branch runs monthly at Ta Philip’s Candle Lounge and welcomes attendance and input from any Gozo College staff members or older students, particularly those involved in science. Next session falls on 14th December. Fore more information please visit the link below: