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  1. 1. “C.I.R.C.E. - Cultural herItage and ancient peoples: valorize different Roots and build a Common European future” 2019-1-IT02-KA229-062169 Morlupo, 4/6 November 2019 1°Joint Staff Training Event
  2. 2. Overall presentation of project activities  Basic info:  Focus on cultural heritage as driver of economic growth, employment and social cohesion.  C.I.R.C.E. unites partners representing the main cultures that gave birth to the European people: Romans, Greeks, Ottomans, Saxons andVikings  3 main features:  Sense of common belonging to the EU: deepening the stories of the European peoples to acquire skills of European citizenship, develop tolerance and acceptance of others, promote integration and multiculturalism  Promoting selfentrepreneurship and awareness of the importance of cultural heritage economic potential: pupils will be challenged to generate ideas for cultural and creative enterprises  The itineraries and enterprise ideas will incorporate ICT tools, thus fostering digital competences
  3. 3.  General objectives are to:  increase awareness of the importance of European cultural heritage as a vehicle for social inclusion, a driver of employment and economic growth  promote new participatory and intercultural approaches for the enjoyment and enhancement of the cultural heritage linked to the peoples who inhabited the European territory in history, also through the use of ICT  promote intercultural dialogue through the knowledge of the traditions, customs and uses of the peoples of the past and how these have left their mark in the current culture Overall presentation of project activities
  4. 4. Overall presentation of project activities  Specific objectives are to:  to deepen the intercultural, digital, entrepreneurial and transversal skills of the students, as well as develop their sense of belonging to Europe, through the creation of itineraries to experience the tangible and intangible cultural heritage linked to the peoples of the past  directly train 20 teachers of humanities/artistic subjects in the use of new technologies for the enjoyment of the cultural and immaterial heritage of their territory and the mentorship for the development of entrepreneurial/citizenship skills of students
  5. 5. Overall presentation of project activities  The concrete results elaborated at the end of the project will be:  5 itineraries, built in the footsteps of the various European peoples of the past who inhabited the territories where today the partner schools are located with ICT elements  5 ideas of cultural and / or tourist enterprise, created following the experience of the itineraries that took place during exchanges between students, validated with the methods of Lean Javelin and Canvas (stakeholders needed).  Collected in the CIRCE Handbook.
  6. 6.  Activities:  Preparation phase (until 30th November 2019):  Students’ selection: 20 students per country. Do not worry about Finnish withdrawal: mobilities can be redistributed in other destinations! If you have doubts, ask your NA for a final authorization.  Implementation of theTwinspace, partners’ websites and social network pages  Creation of the Erasmus Corner in each school  Vote on the project logo  Kick off the project on the press Overall presentation of project activities
  7. 7. Overall presentation of project activities  Implementation phase (from Dec 2019 to June 2021).  5 Short term students mobilities, 5 students and 2 teachers each (see dates in the relevant slides), 4 working days + 2 travel days each  2 Joint staff training events, 2 teachers each (Italy 4/6 November 2019; Greece – May 2021 final dates to be confirmed at the start of the upcoming school year)  During the time inbetween each mobility, the itinerary on the people the CIRCE team will be about to visit will have to be developed.The hosting country will lead the process, but all partners will colaborate involving the 5 students taking part in the exchange. ICT elements has to be incorporated to enhance the exploitation of cultural heritage through ICT.  During the mobility, the enterprise idea about the relevant itinerary will be developed and validated with the support of experts, enterprise simulation softwares, incubators etc (i.e. Lean Javelin, Business Canvas methods). Development of team working, leadership, problem solving skills.  1 output to be produced: CIRCE Handbook, a collection of the 5 itineraries and the 5 entrepreneurial ideas.  September 2020: taking part (or organizing, if no event is foreseen in your town) to the European Days of Cultural Heritage
  8. 8.  Activities:  Evaluation/Dissemination phase (June-August 2021):  One final event to be organized in July 2021  Internal dissemination (other students, teachers, families)  External dissemination: involvment of stakeholders and public authorities, Twinspace, Erasmus Corner, social media, partners’ websites  Europass documents (Mobility, Language Passport)  Assessment questionnaire at the end of every activity aimed at measuring the impact on participants and organizations  Each of the 20 students being part of the CIRCE team will be assessed through a student portofolio, which will allow to measure the attitude during mobilities and in the classroom, the interaction with the group, the interest shown, the skills, the role in situations of conflict / problems, hard and solf skills  self-assessment questionnaire and peer evaluation  satisfaction questionnaire administered to students and their families Overall presentation of project activities
  9. 9. Preparation phase (from 1st Sept to 30th Nov):  Implementation of theTwinSpace:Turkey  TheTwinspace should have, from the start, at least the following pages:  Description of the project (rationale, objectives, activities)  Description of the partners  Page for the logo vote – each student selected has to be provided with an account for voting and virtual mobility  Deadline:15 November 2019  Deadline for sending school description in English toTurkey:11 November  Vote on the logo:Turkey  Vote days: 28 November 2019 (Thursday)
  10. 10.  Vote on project logo – rules:  Each country has to send 2 logos made by students  Both digital and handmade logos are accepted.  The acronym of the project and either the EU flag either the partner countries flags will have to be included as minimum elements in the logos.  Each country can express 20 votes (20 students or students + teachers if selection has not been expired yes)  100 votes on 10 logos  Voting platform will beTwinspace and a Google Form so that votes are automatically registered and processed to avoid getting crazy with calculating the results   Each country can vote for the favourite logo EXCEPT the two for their own country  1 person = 1 vote  Deadline for sending logos:Monday 25 November to theTurkish partner (TO BE RESPECTED!)  Logo vote day:Thursday 28 November  The winning logo will not be revealed to students before the mobility in Germany.This will be one of the first icebreaking activities and an award to the winning country will be prepared (a certificate, or a gadget etc). Preparation phase (from 1st Sept to 30th Nov):
  11. 11.  Creation of the Facebook page: Greece  Deadline for FB page creation:30th November  Creation of theTwitter profile: canceled  Deadline forTW profile creation:__________ Preparation phase (from 1st Sept to 30th Nov):
  12. 12.  Involvment of stakeholders  This is a crucial point for our project, for disseminating the results and to support the process of enterprise creation/idea validation (i.e. experts, couches, enterprise incubators, professional network etc)  Stakeholders are:  Local/Regional/National Public Bodies  Other schools – both private and public  Professionals and thematic networks: look which network is active in your town, they will be very useful! Preparation phase (from 1st Sept to 30th Nov):
  13. 13. Students’ selection criteria  Students’ selection criteria:  Age of students between 16 and 18 years  20 students creating the CIRCETeam, each one taking part in one mobility but all involved in the activities foreseen all along the two years (i.e. Cultural Heritage Days, virtual mobilities, dissemination).  Each school may have additional criteria  All partner schools will involve at least 10% of students (2) with special educational needs/fewer opportunities.  After selection expired each partner will enroll its own students and teachers into theTwinspace (name, surnames and profile pics).  Deadline for selecting students: 25 November
  14. 14. Preparation phase (from 1st Sept to 30th Nov):  Once the 20 students will have been selected, before the mobility in Germany, the itinerary “On the pathways of Saxons” will have to be created.The German team will lead the process, but all partners (and their students) will contribute via eTwinning (virtual mobility, preliminary to the physical one).  We have to define a template for the itinerary, so that every country will follow the same structure.  How many locations? Please mind that every location has to be visited during the short term exchanges and ICT elements (geocatching street games, treasure hunt with QR codes,VR and AR etc) must be incorporated.  Each itinerary should cover the following elements: religion, architecture, art, political/economic sphere, anthropology.  Structure of the CIRCE Handbook: map? Historical background? Let’s define some chapters!
  15. 15. Itinerary model  The international team decides that:  The itinerary must be created with a participatory involvement of the students. So, it is decided that more places/intangible heritage than those finally included in the itinerary are proposed by the mobility hosting country (that is also the leader of the itinerary creation/test process) in eTwinning.The discussion and choice of final contents of the itinerary are the core part of the preparation phase.This will boost students’ interaction and motivate them to be engaged.All students registered in the projectTwinspace can take part, not only those taking part into the mobility.When choosing, students can take into account the proposals they think are more interesting and/or suitable to the creation of the business idea that is the step 2.  Each itinerary will be composed by 5 components that cover 5 areas: religion, architecture, art, political/economic sphere, anthropology. So each itinerary will have 5 chapters that can include: an explanation of the content, a map of where it is located now, pictures and how this content is enhanced/visited with ICT elements and which ICT elements have been used.  We set a min and max length of the itinerary: min 1 max 2 pages per sphere, so min 5 max 10 pages per itinerary, thus the whole document will be composed of min 25 max 50 pages, images, videos and hyperlinks included.
  16. 16.  Email for general coordination  Twinspace  All materials can be seen and downloaded fromTSWhatsApp group  For communication during the mobilities (at least coordinators and participating teachers have to be connected to the Internet when abroad for fast communication). PLEASE use it wisely! If we send randomly message we risk to lose important steps. For important and official communications, emails will be used only! Tools for communication among coordinators
  17. 17. Tools for virtual mobilities and communication among students  During the preparation of mobilities we will organize online meetings among students to discuss about the itineraries and the history of the ancient peoples.The leading country of the itinerary will also lead the virtual mobility.  We will useTwinspace:  All students have to be provided with aTwinSpace account  Students will useTwinSpace for:  1. chatting on theTwinspace Forum (asynchronic communication)  2. videoconferences (here we will have to schedule a day and a time when students can all be online. If not possible to set a common day for all 5 countries, we can make subgroups)
  18. 18. Distribution of tasks  The Italian school, as leader, will guarantee the correct management and precise and punctual implementation of the activities, prepare the reporting and monitoring system, host C1 and the last mobility with the students, leading on the itinerary “On the footsteps of Ancient Romans”.This also includes preparatory activities and leading the correspondent enterprise creation.  Germany: prepares and organizes C2, which will rotate within the theme of " On the footsteps of Saxons", with preparation activities onTwinspace, leading the process to create the itinerary and corresponded entrepreneurial idea, merging and organizing the material related to the final CIRCE Handbook (project output)  Turkey: will take care of the logo contest andTwinspace, where students will realize virtual mobility experiences, as well as hosting C4, with the theme " On the footsteps of Ottomans", with related preparation activities and enterprise creation.
  19. 19. Distribution of tasks  Sweden: will be responsible for C6 with the students on the subject “On the footsteps of Vikings" with preparation activities onTwinspace, leading the process to create the itinerary and corresponded entrepreneurial idea and will take care of preparing competences to be certified in Europass Mobility documents for each mobility  Greece: will host C3, focused “On the footsteps of Ancient Greeks”, with preparation activities onTwinspace, leading the process to create the itinerary and corresponded entrepreneurial idea.Will support the management tasks assessing all evaluation questionnaires of the LTTAs.Will host the last mobility, joint staff training event, with a focus on citizenship education and how to assess citizenship skills.
  20. 20. Implementation phase (Dec 2019– June 2021)  5 Short term students mobilities, 5 students and 2 teachers each (Germany – December 2019; Greece – March 2020;Turkey – November 2020; Sweden – February 2021; Italy –April 2021, 4 working days + 2 travel days each  2 Joint staff training events, 2 teachers each (Italy 4/6 November 2019; Greece – June 2021)  During the time inbetween each mobility, the itinerary on the people the CIRCE team will be about to visit will have to be developed.The hosting country will lead the process, but all partners will colaborate involving the 5 students taking part in the exchange. ICT elements has to be incorporated to enhance the exploitation of cultural heritage through ICT.  During the mobility, the enterprise idea about the relevant itinerary will be developed and validated with the support of experts, enterprise simulation softwares, incubators etc (i.e. Lean Javelin, Business Canvas methods). Development of team working, leadership, problem solving skills.  1 output to be produced: CIRCE Handbook, a collection of the 5 itineraries and the 5 entrepreneurial ideas.  September 2020: taking part (or organizing, if no event is foreseen in your town) to the European Days of Cultural Heritage
  21. 21. Scheduling mobilities  General rules for mobilities events:  5 students, 2 teachers per country, working in English and in international groups  Hosting country has to:  Prepare the relevant itinerary and plan how to guide the process for enterpise creation, together with the coordinator. Find internal and external experts who can provide qualitative training to the partipants. Partners are welcome to propose topics for the training and take the responsibily of implementing one or more sessions  Finding hosting families for the students  give advice/ organize accommodation + lunches and suppers for teachers  give advice/organize transports from the airport to the final destination  organize local transports and logistics in general  Support Swedish partner in preparing a set of competences to be included in the Europass Mobility document for all participants.
  22. 22.  General rules for mobilities:  The hosting country sends the schedule taking into account the daily flat rate given by the EU – 53€ per day per student + 106€ per teacher x 4+2 days.  Organization being under the responsability on the hosting country, each visiting country will pay for its share of expenses autonomously. Each country, according to national accountancy rules, can decide to pay for hotel and services (whenever possible) by bank transfer in advance or with cash/credit card once arrived. Hosting country has to be informed of the favourite payment method.  We decided that all actual costs of the visits (i.e. trasports during activities, museus tickets etc) will be split among all participants. If hosting countries need to hire external experts or buy non consumable goods, this kind of expenses will be paid with the PM budget of the hosting country.  Visiting countries are obliged to inform their hosting partner about possible food allergies and other specific needs concerning accommodation, the necessity to take medication and other significant issues  All participants understand and accept the possibility of their image or photo being used for the purpose of promotion and dissemination of the project activities  very important point! Scheduling mobilities
  23. 23. Scheduling mobilities  All mobilities will be scheduled taking into account partners’needs so that every country can part in mobilities.  The C2 in Germany in December 2019.  Date set:  Travelling day 16° Dec Mon  Working days 17-20 DecTue-Fri  Travelling day 21° Dec Sat  The C3 in Greece in March 2020.  Date set:  Travelling day 22 March Sunday  Working days 23/26 Mon -Thur  Travelling day 27 Friday
  24. 24. Scheduling mobilities  The C4 in Sweden in November 2020*.  Date set:  Travelling day Mon 05 Oct 2020  Working daysTue-Fri 6/9 Oct 2020  Traveling day Sat 10 Oct 2020  The C5 in Finland – canceled  * note that is was supposed to be in May 2020 but considering the drop out of the Finnish partner, we postpone it to when the Finnish mobility should had to be scheduled. Moreover, mobilities betweenTurkey and Sweden are swapped.
  25. 25. Scheduling mobilities  The C6 inTurkey in February 2021.  Date set:  Travelling day Mon 08/02/2021  Working daysTue-Fri 9-12/02/2021  Traveling day Sat 13/02/2021  The C7 in Italy in April 2021.  Date set:  Travelling day Mon 12/04/2021  Working daysTue-Fri 12-16/04/2021  Travelling day Sat 17/04/2021  The C8 in Greece in May 2021 – JSTE (3 working days)  Date set:  Travelling day Mon 17 May 2021  Working daysTue-Thur 18/20 May 2021  Travelling day Fri 21 May 2021  These dates will be confirmed on October 2020.
  26. 26. Students mobilities – C2 Germany  From November 2019 to 16th December 2019  Virtual preparation for C2 –Topic: On the footsteps of the Saxons  “Areas of research to build up the itinerary":  Religion  Architecture  Art  political/economic sphere  Anthropology  During the preparation, organized and lead by the hosting partner, the students will start researching/exchanging opinions onTwinspace about the traditions of the Saxon people.  Use of eTwinning for preparation (virtual mobility) and evaluation (final questionnaire, under the responsibility of the Greek team)  The leading partner will select physical places (to be visited during the mobility) as well as intangible heritage (i.e. traditions, customs etc).These will make up the itinerary that has to be enhanced by and built around the use of ICT tools (i.e. geocatching street games, treasure hunts with QR codes,AR andVR).  During the mobility, after having tested the itinerary, studens will brainstorm on entrepreneurial ideas (in international teams).The idea will be validated by the teachers (Lean Javelin method).After that, students will develop a business plan, that will be further defined during the mobility follow up phase.  Leader: Germany
  27. 27.  From December 2019 to March 2020  When the students will be back home, they will have to:  Fill in the evaluation questionnaire (prepared and analyzed by the Greek team)  Continue working on the Business idea, in international teams, on eTwinning.The finalized idea will be merged into the CIRCE Handbook, together with the itinerary. Finalizing the idea is under the responsibility of the hosting country (Germany). Collection of materials for the handbook is a responsibility of the German team, all along the project duration (supported by the coordinating school) Follow up – C2 Germany
  28. 28. Students mobilities – C3 Greece  From January to March 2020  Virtual preparation for C3 –Topic: On the footsteps of theAncient Greeks  “Areas of research to build up the itinerary":  Religion  Architecture  Art  political/economic sphere  Anthropology  During the preparation, organized and lead by the hosting partner, the students will start researching/exchanging opinions onTwinspace about the traditions of the Ancient Greek people.  Use of eTwinning for preparation (virtual mobility) and evaluation (final questionnaire, under the responsibility of the Greek team)  The leading partner will select physical places (to be visited during the mobility) as well as intangible heritage (i.e. traditions, customs etc).These will make up the itinerary that has to be enhanced by and built around the use of ICT tools (i.e. geocatching street games, treasure hunts with QR codes,AR andVR).  During the mobility, after having tested the itinerary, students will brainstorm on entrepreneurial ideas (in international teams).The idea will be validated by the teachers (Lean Javelin method).After that, students will develop a business plan, that will be further defined during the mobility follow up phase.  Leader: Greece
  29. 29. Follow up – C3 Greece  From March to June 2020  When the students will be back home, they will have to:  Fill in the evaluation questionnaire (prepared and analyzed by the Greek team)  Continue working on the Business idea, in international teams, on eTwinning.The finalized idea will be merged into the CIRCE Handbook, together with the itinerary. Finalizing the idea is under the responsibility of the hosting country (Greece). Collection of materials for the handbook is a responsibility of the German team, all along the project duration (supported by the coordinating school)
  30. 30. Students mobilities – C4 Turkey  From September to November 2020  Virtual preparation for C4 –Topic: On the footsteps of the Ottomans  “Areas of research to build up the itinerary":  Religion  Architecture  Art  political/economic sphere  Anthropology  During the preparation, organized and lead by the hosting partner, the students will start researching/exchanging opinions onTwinspace about the traditions of the Ottoman people.  Use of eTwinning for preparation (virtual mobility) and evaluation (final questionnaire, under the responsibility of the Greek team)  The leading partner will select physical places (to be visited during the mobility) as well as intangible heritage (i.e. traditions, customs etc).These will make up the itinerary that has to be enhanced by and built around the use of ICT tools (i.e. geocatching street games, treasure hunts with QR codes,AR andVR).  During the mobility, after having tested the itinerary, studens will brainstorm on entrepreneurial ideas (in international teams).The idea will be validated by the teachers (Lean Javelin method).After that, students will develop a business plan, that will be further defined during the mobility follow up phase.  Leader:Turkey
  31. 31. Follow up – C4 Turkey  From November 2020 to February 2021  When the students will be back home, they will have to:  Fill in the evaluation questionnaire (prepared and analyzed by the Greek team)  Continue working on the Business idea, in international teams, on eTwinning.The finalized idea will be merged into the CIRCE Handbook, together with the itinerary. Finalizing the idea is under the responsibility of the hosting country (Turkey). Collection of materials for the handbook is a responsibility of the German team, all along the project duration (supported by the coordinating school)
  32. 32. Students mobilities – C6 Sweden  From December 2020 to February 2021  Virtual preparation for C6 –Topic: On the footsteps of theVikings  “Areas of research to build up the itinerary":  Religion  Architecture  Art  political/economic sphere  Anthropology  During the preparation, organized and lead by the hosting partner, the students will start researching/exchanging opinions onTwinspace about the traditions of theViking people.  Use of eTwinning for preparation (virtual mobility) and evaluation (final questionnaire, under the responsibility of the Greek team)  The leading partner will select physical places (to be visited during the mobility) as well as intangible heritage (i.e. traditions, customs etc).These will make up the itinerary that has to be enhanced by and built around the use of ICT tools (i.e. geocatching street games, treasure hunts with QR codes,AR andVR).  During the mobility, after having tested the itinerary, studens will brainstorm on entrepreneurial ideas (in international teams).The idea will be validated by the teachers (Lean Javelin method).After that, students will develop a business plan, that will be further defined during the mobility follow up phase.  Leader: Sweden
  33. 33. Follow up – C6 Sweden  From February to April 2021  When the students will be back home, they will have to:  Fill in the evaluation questionnaire (prepared and analyzed by the Greek team)  Continue working on the Business idea, in international teams, on eTwinning.The finalized idea will be merged into the CIRCE Handbook, together with the itinerary. Finalizing the idea is under the responsibility of the hosting country (Sweden). Collection of materials for the handbook is a responsibility of the German team, all along the project duration (supported by the coordinating school)
  34. 34. Students mobilities – C7 Italy  From March to April 2021  Virtual preparation for C7 –Topic: On the footsteps of theAncient Romans  “Areas of research to build up the itinerary":  Religion  Architecture  Art  political/economic sphere  Anthropology  During the preparation, organized and lead by the hosting partner, the students will start researching/exchanging opinions onTwinspace about the traditions of theAncient Roman people.  Use of eTwinning for preparation (virtual mobility) and evaluation (final questionnaire, under the responsibility of the Greek team)  The leading partner will select physical places (to be visited during the mobility) as well as intangible heritage (i.e. traditions, customs etc).These will make up the itinerary that has to be enhanced by and built around the use of ICT tools (i.e. geocatching street games, treasure hunts with QR codes,AR andVR).  During the mobility, after having tested the itinerary, studens will brainstorm on entrepreneurial ideas (in international teams).The idea will be validated by the teachers (Lean Javelin method).After that, students will develop a business plan, that will be further defined during the mobility follow up phase.  Leader: Italy
  35. 35. Follow up – C7 Italy  From April to June 2021  When the students will be back home, they will have to:  Fill in the evaluation questionnaire (prepared and analyzed by the Greek team)  Continue working on the Business idea, in international teams, on eTwinning.The finalized idea will be merged into the CIRCE Handbook, together with the itinerary. Finalizing the idea is under the responsibility of the hosting country (Italy). Collection of materials for the handbook is a responsibility of the German team, all along the project duration (supported by the coordinating school)
  36. 36. Methodologies during S.E.  The applied methodologies are inspired by non formal learning, to involve participants at the highest degree, develop cohesion among international teams and develop soft skills like autonomy, teamwork, leadership, problem solving, self esteem, personal branding.  The itinerary will be followed by the students thanks to the use of ICTTools chosen by the hosting country  The enterprise idea will be developed via:  A guided brainstorming, to start and shape the business idea  It will be validate by the Lean Javelin method https://javelin.com/beta  Business Model Canvas and Canvas Game will be used to develop the business plan https://www.businessmodelcanvas.it/
  37. 37. Monitoring protocol  1st Feb 1 June 2020 and 2020 partners shall send a progress report to the coordinator on the implementation of the Project, covering the reporting period from the beginning of the implementation of the Project specified to the date when the report is sent. Italy will send a template.  Official Interim report has to be sent to each NAs (official date unknown, they can change from country to country) and shared with the coordinator.
  38. 38. Certifications  Certificate of attendance for all mobilities  Europass Mobility https://europass.cedefop.europa.eu/en/documents/europe an-skills-passport/europass-mobility.iehtml  At the end of the project: Europass Language Passport https://europass.cedefop.europa.eu/en/documents/europe an-skills-passport/language-passport.iehtml
  39. 39. Dissemination events  CIRCE is meant to have a deep impact at organization level. Thus it is very important to involve the whole school staff or, at least, to make them acquainted with the project and its achieved goals. How?  Organizing school events to disseminate the project  Creating an Erasmus Corner, a tangible space where pics, materials and products of the project can be visible  The dissemination is also external:  Schools’Websites, social network,Twinspace  Involvment of local/national/European stakeholders
  40. 40. Final dissemination event  At the end of the second school year, partner school will realize a final dissemination event. Once back from the last training mobility for teachers, all partners, compatibly with the summer school calendars, will organize a final dissemination event where the tangible results of the project (CIRCE Handbook) will be presented alongside future development lines.
  41. 41. Budget and Erasmus Plus rules  Every partner has 6.000,00€ for the “Project Management and Implementation”. Here you can pay all costs that are necessary for project implementation (experts for the trainings, project teaching and administrative staff, dissemination expenses like posters, gadgets etc).  Mobilities:  Mobilities are the Short term students exchanges and the Training Course for teachers. Here the travel grant is separeted from the individual support:
  42. 42. Budget and Erasmus Plus rules  Travel grant: 275€ or 360€ both ways, depending on the distance (more or less 2000km).This includes transport from/to the final destination;  Individual support:  53€ per day per student  106€ per day per teacher  Travel days are included in funding.This includes accommodation, meals, local transports and, in general, all expenses to face abroad.  Each country will sign the contract with its own NA.This means that rules can slightly change from one partner country to another, but the above mentioned amounts are fixed.
  43. 43. Final Agreement  We, representative of C.I.R.C.E. - Cultural herItage and ancient peoples: valorize different Roots and build a Common European future partners, agree what stated in the present slides, that serve as final minute of the meeting: Elisabetta Perotti, Project Coordinator, Italy ____________________________ Eleni Pappa, CoordinatingTeacher, Greece ____________________________ NiclasTörnbladh, CoordinatingTeacher, Sweden ____________________________ Kirsten Liebke, CoordinatingTeacher, Germany ____________________________ Ali Ihsan BALLI, Headteacher,Turkey ____________________________ Morlupo, 6th November 2019

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