TRANSNATIONAL MEETING AND SHORT TERM STUDENT EXCHANGE IN LUCE, FRANCE February 2016.
Headmistress and staff of the school welcomed all the participants and French students organized ice breaking activities. Teachers and students were taken to Chartres downtown for a guided tour. Students and teachers attended to a lecture by a stain glass specialist at Chartres’s stain glass international center, attended workshops: “Coding teatime” organized by a French association (Beta machine) about the use of a simple software “Scratch”, “Robotics contest”, “Presenting my eBook” and “Create a Kizoa about Chartres tour”. Students and teachers also visited French classes and were introduced to the French curriculum, attended a lecture by Mr. Jean-Pierre Lebreton a former scientist from ESA (European Space Agency) about his career, his job and more precisely the sensor he created and was added to the robot taken on Rosetta mission. The last day students and teachers left the school to visit Chambord’s castle, one of the most famous “châteaux de la Loire”.