International School’s Computer Science teacher, Milić Vukojičić, and Year 11 students Elena and Damjan Vezenkoski went to Ireland for a week in order to work on the Erasmus+ project called “EngLife”.
Strengthening schools in preparing students to effectively communicate in English
Project “EngLife” aims to strengthen schools in preparing students to effectively communicate in English in the English-dominated professional and cultural space they will face in adulthood.
The main goal of the project is to develop a system for supporting teachers in their intention to improve their knowledge, pedagogical skills and teaching methods.
While Elena and Damjan are attending classes in “Atlantic Language School” in Galway with the rest of their peers from other partner schools from Italy, Poland, Greece and Estonia, their teachers are elaborating on teaching methodology.
After classes and workshops that both the students and teachers have to attend, late afternoon is usually dedicated to exploring Galway. Even though the typical Irish weather is drizzly and wet, we are sure our students are making the most of it.