LTT Mobility In Portugal

  • During learning teaching training meeting, participant teachers and students from different countries learned about each other's traditional handicrafts. The handicrafts introduced and performed were traditional Tokat Block Printing, Turkish marbling,  glass painting, clay sculpting, fleece and paper poppies. Partners also took part in cultural trips to learn about Portugal's culture and history. By the means of classroom observations, partners also had information about Portuguese educational system. As the pupils stayed at their peers' houses, they had opportunity to observe Portuguese people's daily lives and improve their English.

    A Summary of Our Meeting through the Video

    After the meeting, Turkish schools prepared a joint bulletin that gave information about the activities managed in Portugal. It also included the participant teachers' and students experiences and observations. The bulletins were delivered to local authorities and many schools in the province of Tokat and the district of Zile.

    Portuguese partner, hosting country of the first LTT mobility, prepared and published a newsletter that gave information about the mobility in Portugal.