Hello! My name is Radoslav Stoychev, a primary school teacher at 52 Tsanko Tserkovski Primary School in Sofia. I have graduated primary and preschool pedagogy and educational management. I have worked on European projects. I love my profession and with great desire I joined to work on this project. My students are also excited and interested in participating in ERASMUS +. I'll see you soon!
Hello friends! My name is Nadia Tsareva, a primary school teacher at 52 Tsanko Tserkovski Primary School in Sofia. I graduated in primary school pedagogy with a foreign language and educational management. I have experience in working on ERASMUS + projects and with great desire I will work on the project "Inclusion, Building A New School". My students are excited and looking forward to meeting the other participating countries. I look forward to seeing you soon!
Hello dear friends! My name is Veneta Yaneva, a primary school teacher at 52 Tsanko Tserkovski Primary School in Sofia. I graduated from primary school pedagogy with specializations in labor training and entrepreneurship. I have worked on European projects. I am involved in working on this project with my students with great excitement and desire for fruitful work. With hopes for soon to see!
Hello! My name is Mitko Kamenov, a teacher of computer modeling and information technology at 52 primary schools "Tsanko Tserkovski" in Sofia. I graduated in ecology and environmental protection and information technology. I work with great interest on European projects ERASMUS +. See you soon!
Hello! My name is Elka Milushova, a primary school teacher at 52 Tsanko Tserkovski Primary School in Sofia. I graduated special pedagogy, social activities, primary school pedagogy. I have worked on European projects. I am happy to work in this field and with great desire I join this project. I hope to see you soon!
Hello! My name is Georgi Petrov, a primary school teacher at 52 Tsanko Tserkovski Primary School in Sofia. I graduated primary and preschool pedagogy. I worked on European projects.With great interest I joined to work on this project. I look forward to our meetings!
Hi ! My name is Sandrine. I work in a junior high school in Guérande in France and I have been teaching English for quite a long time. Now, I am more and more interested in new teaching methods to help students who have some difficulties to learn. I love taking part in projects, especially with foreign colleagues and their students. They are such rewarding experiences. This will be our first Erasmus Plus project KA2. So I am excited and I hope I will be up to it! I really want our students to get the opportunity to discover new people and cultures and also another way to learn at school so as to have a reassuring outlook on their future.
Hello ! My name is Stéphanie Paul. For twenty-six years now, I have been teaching French to students of widely varying ages (from 10 to 40 😉). I am also very happy to teach cinema in our school for those of the kids that chose this subject. I decided to create this cinema option in our school “Collège Saint Jean-Baptiste” in Guérande after coming back from an Erasmus+ mobility in Iceland in 2018. If you ask me what gives me reasons for being a teacher, I will answer: projects, desire for novelty, welcoming the differences, going off to explore and encouraging desire for discovery, happiness created by interactions, discovering many new things, and meeting new people to share with the others. That is also why I am very glad to take part in Erasmus projects!
Hello colleagues from Spain, Portugal, Czech Republic, Turkey and Bulgaria! My name is Veronique and I have been teaching history and geography for 26 years. I am very interested by pupils who have special educational needs; this is the reason why I have been taking part in projects for 7 years to help them to overcome their difficulties and not lose confidence in themselves. More than anything, I love taking part in projects with my colleagues who teach other subjects. Hence, I participated to an Erasmus project and went to Finland in 2019 to discover the educational system with my colleague, Nadine. It was a very great experience! When I don't teach, I like reading, walking in the nature especially on the beach, playing guitar and sharing a good meal with good wines. I am very excited to meet new foreign colleagues to share our experiences and cultures. See you soon!
Hi ! I am Nadine, I have been working in a secondary school for many years in Guérande, France. I am a science teacher. I teach Biology and Geology. At school, with some eleven-year-old students, I supervise a permaculture gardening activity and this year we are focusing on the study of biodiversity in our school garden. I like nature, travelling and discovering new cultures. I took part in an Erasmus+ mobility in Finland, three years ago, and I am happy to give young students opportunities to meet other teenagers in Europe.
I have been an English teacher for a very long time. I also teach English to some adults of the school to encourage them to take part in Erasmus projects. I started doing that a year ago and I am enjoying it. I decided to take part in Erasmus projects because I like meeting people, discovering new cultures and new teaching methods.
Hello, my name is Karine. I teach physics and chemistry to students aged 10 to 14 at the college « St Jean-Baptiste » in Guérande. I have always enjoyed taking part in joint projects, school trips and I am excited to be involved in the Erasmus program now. I love travelling and I am happy to give our students the opportunity to discover other ways of learning, in European countries, thru other languages and cultures.
My name is Anne-Claire. I’m 49 years old and have been teaching french for 26 years. I like the curiosity and spontaneity of the students, that’s why I love my job. I also like cinema and I am happy that my colleague Stéphanie suggested me to participate in the cinema option at school. The erasmus project interests me a lot because il would allow me to discover new cultures, new ways of teaching, but also because it would give a new dynamic in my profession.
I’m Sylvie . I have been a teacher in ULIS, a department for disabled children for 9 years I’m a primary teacher with a specialization to work with children with disabilities. I am interested in pupils who have different needs : more time to learn, difficulties to memorize... I think inclusive school is really the most important in education. I like to see pupils happy to go to school…. Travels and meeting some foreign colleagues is a very pleasant moment. See you soon !
Hi! My name is Abel. I work at Cerro de los Infantes Secundary School, located in a village very close to Granada City. Actually I´m part of the headmaster´s team, and my responsability is head of teachers. I work with special needs students. In our school the diversity is a palpable reallity, and we must find the better answers to this situation For us is very important be part of this adventure called Erasmus+, and we are proud to be part in this project and to have the opportunity to share with you our experience and our culture, and learnd about all of you. Our students are very excited with this opportunity, so...Let´s go!
Hi there! My name is Cora, I am the head of the English Department at Cerro de los Infantes High School, in Pinos Puente, Granada, Spain. Teaching is my passion, but in my free time I love spending time with my hubby and my four cats. I want my students to have the opportunity to learn from different cultures and that's why I'm involved in the Erasmus+ adventure. I can't wait to meet all of you!
Hello there. I am Kader. I am 34 years old. I live in Uşak. I am a teacher for the mentally handicapped. I have been working with private students for 13 years. I am very lucky to have been working with a great team at Galip Çetin Secondary School for 6 years. I am married and mother of two daughters, one is 12 and the other is 5 years old.It's great to experience with my students and overcome every obstacle.
Hello my dear project team. I am CENNET ÖZKAN SAĞIR. I am very happy to be involved in the same project with you.I was born in 1989 in Eşme. I have always dreamt to be a teacher. I graduated from Karadeniz technical university for 8 years, teaching the mentally handicapped. I am currently a teacher in a mild autism class. I have 1 student.
Hello! I'm Neşe.I'm a special education teacher at Galip Cetin Secondary School.Ihave been working here for 4 years.I like reading book and cooking in my free time because I am a mother. Im living with my two doughters.It will be great experience to collaborate with you.Im looking forward to meet you all. All the best Neşe :))
Hello everyone! I'm Selma the Englısh teacher and coordinator of the project. At the begining of the project I feel really excited because I know ı will learn excellent things and cooperate with amazing people I hope our project achieves the goal and we contribute them survival.
Hi everybody! I'm Hatice.Iam working as a Turkish teacher at Galip Çetin Secondary School. I had the chance to go to Germany and Lithuania by taking part in erasmus+ projects at the schools I worked at. I also took part in 2 e twinning projects, namely Öykü Öykü Turkiye and “Hearts Overcoming Barriers”. Currently, I am a student of Open Education Faculty Sociology Department as the 2nd University. I am married and mother of 2 children. My greatest pleasure is theatre. I performed many skits with my students at the schools I worked at, and three plays, one of them was a kids' play, which I directed at the Eşme Public Education Center. I love developing myself and applying what I learned. Nice to meet you all.
I am an English teacher- I have a genuine interest for students' abilities and personal needs/character, therefore I am always looking for new challenges like this Erasmus project. Other characteristics of effective teaching include an engaging classroom presence, value in real-world learning, exchange of best practices and a lifelong love of learning. My students tend to fall into a mix of ages from 12 to 18 years old. I believe in Europe and I am very grateful that we have achieved this project after a long period of hard work with my beloved colleagues. I have learned a lot with them and I am happy that I can pass it on to my students. I am enthusiastic about learning opportunities for students and about their learning goals and achievements. About my personal features, I am loyal, honest, reliable and hardworking teacher.
I’m a music teacher and I also work with students with special needs. I have been teaching in Vilela School for 4 years. It’s a very dynamic school with a lot of projects, such as, Etwinning, Erasmus+, Theatre Club, Eco-Schools Project, European Club, Robotics Club, School Sport, “Growing with the Arts” club and others. I enjoy theatre, cinema, poetry and photography. I love nature and travelling to get to know other cultures. Apart from teaching music, I co-direct the club “Growing with the Arts”, it’s a project started 3 years ago and it involves four areas: music, theatre, dance and creative writing. In my classes I practice listening skills, vocal and instrumental interpretation and execution, body expression, composition and improvisation.
I’m a Physical Education Teacher, I´m responsible for two school sports teams with SEN and disabled students - Boccia and Adapted Sports. I promote a School Club called “Growing With Art” which includes music, dance and drama. I'm one of the project managers of “Health Education Project” and “+Health”. I´m also a FlyFit teacher.