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The 4th LTT Meeting- Poland, June 2022


Monday, June 6th, 2022

Greeting at school. Welcoming ceremony. Trip around the school.

Workshop with Technical High School Students

Visit in Antonin- Radziwiłł’s residence (the Antonin hunting palace where Chopin composed his Polonaise in C major, Op. 3 for piano and cello)

Exploring Ostrów Wlkp.

Tuesday, June 7th, 2022

Meeting with the mayor of Ostrów Wielkopolski.

Sport workshop for students in the city park - students

Visit in „Muzeum Miasta Ostrowa Wielkopolskiego” and town sightseeing

Chemical experiments


Wednesday, June 8th, 2022

Leaving for Łódź – science, culture and history trip

Experimentarium (interactive exibition)

Scientific fun - laser paintball.

Factory Museum (the fabric formation process)


Thursday, June 9th, 2022

Technology workshops (part 1):

• My own game (Mario)

• VR glasses

• Photons

• Ozobots

• LEGO bricks

• Robotic arm and more ....


Technology workshops (part 2):

• My own game (Mario)

• VR glasses

• Photons

• Ozobots

• 3D printer- printing the LOGO of the project

• LEGO Motion Prime bricks (implementing physics laws)

Robotic arm and more ....

Biological experiments in the nature - a trip to the nearby water body Piaski Szczygliczka:

• Microscope observations

• Soil analysis

Farewell dinner at restaurant “Black dave”. Certificates ceremony.


Friday, June 10th, 2022

Trip to Gołuchów (neo-Renaissance castle), Zawodzie (the historical cradle of the oldest city in Poland), Kalisz (the oldest city in Poland)

Lunch at “Tutti Santi” - Kalisz

Analysis of the laws of physics used in the construction of the architectural object "Amber Gallery" - visit to the building;)


The Benefits of this Meeting for participants


Students got into contact with other languages which increased their interest in learning languages, motivation. The relationships and the cooperation with students from other school improved

students' self-esteem. This mobility was for improving critical thinking skills in science subjects. Students have learnt: awareness of differing approaches to a problem, alongside an ability to assess those approaches

critically. Rather than relying on a standard, uniform problem-solving method, they learnt how to identify other, often more valuable, approaches, inevitably increasing your success, how to

prioritize your time and resources by analyzing what is essential to the process. The image of the participating schools was more positive compared to other local institutions. The mobility gave

students opportunities to travel, to get to know other new countries in the European Community they otherwise would never have. This journey also helped participants become more open minded by experiencing other points of view.

Furthermore, with these skills, they will be able successfully to participate in the global economy and workforce of the future. In addition, working and collaborating with international peers our students saw science for a much wider context. They developed wider communication and language skills making them more effective communicators improving literacy, language, and global knowledge. They have created long-term relations and friendships with peers from different European countries.

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