Last month, some students in the last year of high school had the opportunity to visit our Erasmus+ partners in Esbjerg, Denmark. We shared activities with students aged 15-16 designed for the occasion, as well as doing lesson-shadowing so the Spanish students could experience the Danish school routines. Our students learned about their school system and teaching methodologies.
Moreover, they enjoyed the immersive experience of staying in their hosts homes and learned about the city of Esbjerg -touring its historical center, port, museums- and made friends and contacts.These have enriched their personal baggage and created a web of meaningful links between both countries that, hopefully, will keep for a long time to come.
(This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
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