ANEN

In the project “Active in Nature - Enjoying the Nature!”- "ANEN" there will be involved 4 schools from different European countries: Norway, Spain, Lithuania and France. All schools are located close to national parks or protected areas, which we all already are well known with, and that is why our main goal now is to continu to discover Europe's n...

Project Journal


  • Recipe of Chritsmas cookies

    Ingredients for 60 large cookies:
    o 250 g x3 softened butter
    o 175 g x3 caster sugar
    o 3 eggs
    o 550 g plain flour x3
    o ½ teaspoon vainilla extract x3
    Elaboración:
    • Mix 250 g soften butter and stir just until the butter was enough soft (it is not meant to whiten, increase the volumen or introduce air), using the accesory set with flat blades of the Thermomix or with a wooden spoon. The process will be repeated three times. Therefore, ingredients have been tripled.

    • Put mixer on low speed, gradually add sugar and egg.






    • Gradually add flour and beat until mixture pulls away from the side of the bowl.

    • Roll out, the dough, directly on anti-adherent baking paper and cut it in two or three equal-sized pieces.

    • Cut the dough with the hands, rectangular-shaped, on the baking paper.


    • Rolls out the dough with the rolling pin to 6 mm.

    • Do it again with the other pieces. Place it on a baking tray and refrigerate for one hour.

    • Remove the dough from refrigerator, at a time, and cut fun shapes with the cookie cutters.



    • Place the fun cookies on a baking tray with baking paper.

    • Preheat the oven at 180ºC (up and down) and airless. Bake for 10 to 12 minutes.




    • Let sit on baking sheet for 2 hours after removal from oven to complete cooling.







    • Decorate with fondant, chocolate shavings, and little coloured balls.



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    - Posted by MARTA ARMENDIA SANTOS, 26.01.2017


  • 1st MOBILITY IN SPAIN IT WAS A SUCCESSFUL

    The first mobility of this project was in Spain the first week of last May. Students and teachers had the opportunity to enjoy together, doing interesting activities, such as kayak, snorkel and paddle surf. It was really amazing the night that we spent in Tabarca Island and the workshop: "Decorating stones".


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    - Posted by MARTA ARMENDIA SANTOS, 29.10.2016


  • Last weekend, our institution was so lucky to be invited to particiåate to a very special eTwinning conference with focus on migrant and refugee pupils in European countries and schools. The coference was held in Hillerød- Denmark and the participant teachers were from the whole UK and all Nordic countries (Denmark, Norway, Iceland, Sweden and Finland). The main focus was pointed on how do we adjust our teaching and learning plans for this group of pupils, in order to give them the feeling of being included in our European society. Here we had to reflect in which way we should use this group of pupils in a positive way so the global diversity can be highlighted on an European level. We were encouraged to include our work in meeting with this specuial group of pupils, in own project work, regardless of the obstacles which may occur. Here, we have to look after possibilities for inclusion and not barrieres!


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    - Posted by Mihaela Iuliana Andrei Nymoen, 25.05.2016


  • Last Friday (08-04) the students from Gedminai progymnasium took part in our ERASMUS+ program “Active in Nature, Enjoying the Nature”. Our project team had a workshop to learn how to create an interactive map using ThingLink (https://www.thinglink.com ). ThingLink is an interactive media platform that empowers publishers, educators, brands, and bloggers to create more engaging content by adding rich media links to photos and videos.


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    - Posted by GEDIMINAS JONAUSKAS, 10.04.2016


  • Last wednesday, our students of 1º ESO (the youngest participant in the project) were working in the daily book and the contents about Tabarca. We enjoyed drawing the principal monuments and looking for information about its history. It was a creative and interested activity for everyone!


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    - Posted by MARTA ARMENDIA SANTOS, 08.04.2016