Category Archives: Gallery
Here you can see some pictures from our fith and last session of this season’s Film Series. THANK YOU for coming!
Here you can see some pictures from our fourth session of this season’s Film Series. THANK YOU for coming!
Here you can see some pictures from our third session of this season’s Film Series. THANK YOU for coming!
Here you can see some pictures from our second session of this season’s Film Series. THANK YOU for coming!
Pictures from our first session of this season’s Film Series – A lecture on Shakespeare by Eleanor Lobb
Here you can see some pictures from our first session of this season’s Film Series. THANK YOU for coming!
Our last CITA meeting in Palma
Palma City Tour
Treasure Hunt & Coffee Break
Award Ceremony Apabal Contest
Tips for developing a good European project
International Cultural Evening
Here are some drawings from our friend Feliu Renom. Thank you Feliu!!!
“CITA: Cooperation and Innovation in Teachers’ Associations” is an Erasmus+ project of the European Union developed by APABAL (coordinator) together with IATEFL-HU (International Association of Teachers of English in Hungary) and LAKMA (Lithuanian Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language) over the last two years.
The project has aimed to expand the European dimension of teachers’ associations providing teachers and the community in general with professional support and interesting and innovative activities leading to collaboration for formal, informal and non-formal training and to a greater interest and motivation towards the profession. Collaborative work to organize cultural activities, training courses and research into areas of common interest has helped us gather information, share decisions and write professional documents for orienting and improving professional action.
CITA has focused on the following: validating of informal learning, defining innovative profiles for the teaching profession and teacher training –especially regarding the challenges involved in CLIL teaching, associations sustainability and the implementation of engaging activities for the entire community that facilitate the construction of shared knowledge and the promotion of plurilinguism. Hopefully, the innovation instilled in our institutions thanks to the EU grant will surely be reflected in the daily teaching practice of their members providing a direct impact on the education system.
Our final intellectual output “Guidelines for Running Sustainable Teachers’Associations “, which contains valuable hints on how to improve the management of non-profit associations, has been achieved through the development of a series of activities: a survey on the contexts and needs, two short staff training courses (one on CLIL and another one the new English teacher profile), eight job shadowing opportunities on CLIL and English teaching and the implementation of a variety of selected common activities within the annual programmes of our associations.