Comenius Projects 2000-2011

CLIL-Project 2007-2009


The Comenius project “CLIL and the Use of Renewable Energy” is a multilateral partnership with public schools in Ankara, Turkey and Kokkola, Finland.  The goal is the development and application of English language teaching modules on the topic of renewable energies.  Included in the project are five international meetings from 2007 to 2009.  The project has its own website:

 CLIL project group in Finland


Working together, learning together 2011-2013

The schools  of the multilateral Comenius partnership come  from Alcorcon (Spain), Vienna (Austria), Gdanks (Poland) und Gatauciai (Lithuania) and the BS Rendsburg. (Germany)  The main topic of the project between 20009 and 2011 was cross curricular teaching. The project was based on the creation of didactic material as well as student and teacher exchanges. During those exchanges students hadl experience with new learning methods and cross-curricular activities designed by the partner teachers. In between exchanges, participating teachers and students developed similar activities to the ones during the exchanges and put them into practice. The activities consist of several lessons taught by one or more teachers using innovative methodologies that integrate curricular contents from at least two subjects. The activities were part of everyday lessons and included contents from the official curriculum of each region whereas activities done during the exchanges had an intercultural and linguistic focus and they will be specially designed to favour students  discovery of host countries culture and society. An example for activities is:

- To build materials in the Technology subject lessons (stilts) that will be used for Physical Education.

During the exchanges, partner teachers assessed and exchanged pedagogical viewpoints around the activities done at their school and at the exchange. All materials designed in the project are uploaded to the project website, which will serve as a tool for teachers to exchange materials, ideas and pedagogical procedures.


Betweenn 2000 and 2006 in the center of our European activities, the measures have been promoted to ensure pupils demonstrate communicative competence in the various programs of the EU Commission. Since 1992, there were respectively 14-day visits as well as return visits in Gateshead, England, HJØRRING / Denmark, Kristianstad / Sweden, Skien, Norway, Vaasa, Finland, Jalasjärvi / Finland, Vespre / Hungary, Prague / Czech Republic, Veliko-Tarnovo/Bulgarien , Tata / Hungary and Vantaa, Finland. The visits were performed as part of the vocational school classes in the following professional fields II, III, IV and V.

With partners from the Czech Republic, Bulgaria and Hungary, the European education project "Comparative initial vocational training systems in Europe" was carried out in the years 2000-2002. From 2002 to 2004 with partners from Iceland, and the Bulgarians ergonomic school, chairs were developed.



Manufacturing, repair and optimization (normalized) technical units

From the southernmost and northernmost areas of Europe, Sicily and Schleswig Holstein, students worked on a joint project in the metal-technical field.


The project included German trainee mechanical students with an industrial concentration and full-time Italian students with an emphasis in metal areas.


This was an assembly project in which the defective parts manufactured were heat treated (in Italy) and the exemplary parts with CNC machines were designed and manufactured (return visit in Germany). The required standard parts were separated so that some were in Germany, and some were in Italy by the appointed trainees. An optimization of the parts should ensue, where appropriate, using CAD systems.  The documented technical monitoring of the project was under the Leonardo da Vinci pilot project "MUM" which created a CD-ROM. This CD is for a mounting technique and was developed by the vocational schools in Rendsburg, the Österangschulen in Kristianstad and the Commune in Sicily, in the following languages German, Italian and Swedish. Consequently, it was ensured that the used technical terms and processes for all project participants in both the home and in foreign languages were available.