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The EuroLib Teacher Workshops, ‘The EuroLib Experience’, took place in a dynamic and varied way in five countries.
Some Workshops turned into events that involved the whole community. The Teacher Workshop in Carloforte, Sardinia, Italy, had the participation of local authorities, the mayor of the town, headteachers, teachers, children and parents. It was delivered by the whole EuroLib international team of pedagogues of the partner institutions. It was held in Italian and English.
In Sastamala, Finland, a Teacher Workshop took place during the Sastamala Children’s Book Fair, which is an annual event with the participation of 1000 attendees, including children, parents, teachers, authors, illustrators and education authorities. The local partner, Sastamala College, organized a theatre performance based on the arrival of the EuroLib box presented as a wooden treasure chest brought to children by pirates who love children’s literature. Representatives of all the project partners took part as actors in the performance together with local children. It was attended by 350 persons who enjoyed this unique way of presenting the travelling library.
Dr. Merja Kauppinen of University of Jyväskylän led a teacher workshop at the Sastamala Book Fair and shared her interesting findings about the EuroLib cultural and linguistic activities. The workshop was held in Finnish and English.
In Istanbul, Turkey, the Workshop took place at the ISTEK Conference and was visible to 1000 persons. It was held in Turkish and English.


Date

Location

27.09.2010

Pelikan Language School, Brno, Czech Republic

03.02.2011

Sacred Heart Primary School, Islington, London, United Kingdom

02.04.2011

ISTEK Conference, Istanbul, Turkey

08.04.2011

Centro Polifunzionale, Carloforte Municipality, Carloforte (CI), Sardinia, Italy

15.08.2011

Sastamala Council for special needs, Sastamala Council

21.09.2011

Varila School, Sastamala, Finland

26.09.2011

Sastamala Children’s Book Fair, Finland

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