Posted by: alinabraban | September 2, 2009

Alina – Presentation

Alina Braban, CREW coordinator and contact person, teacher of Chemistry and ICT at Technical College Iuliu Maniu - Simleu Silvaniei, Romania

I am a chemistry and ICT teacher at Technical College “Iuliu Maniu” from Simleu Silvaniei, a small town in the North-Western part of Romania. Moreover I coordinate extracurricular activities in my school, especially European projects, since 2002. I make this with pleasure because I like to involve my students in attractive and useful activities which promote the European values.
 
I am very happy for the start of this partnership and I am looking forward to going back to the Northen territories of Sweden which fascinated me two years ago by their spectacular scenery and by the special personality of the people I met there.  That created a bridge leading us toward the present partnership which will strengthen the bonds between the two communities.

Me and my students

Me and my students

//Alina Braban

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  1. I hope that you vote on your favourite Swedish presentation on the side https://christinasoldan.wordpress.com/2009/10/07/vote-the-best-swedish-presentation-on-httpchristinasoldan-wordpress-comtagswedish-students/

    1. Click on your a favourite presentation.

    2. Click on the button Vote.

    All presentations are overall on the side https://christinasoldan.wordpress.com/2009/08/01/swedish-team-buildning-teachers-and-students/ Click on a name in order to see the person’s presentation.

  2. Hi Alina!

    For a little while ago you mentioned here about Balul Bobocilor. The students and the teachers in my team are very curious about what Balul Bobocilor is? Are you, your teachers and your students going to tell us about that school activity, here, in the CREW-blog? Can we see some movies and photos from this year’s event? It would be nice of you … 🙂

  3. Hi Alina, we have a problem with our cooperation. We in Sweden work with the implementation of various school subjects (as CREW-project guidelines) and my students have to do various school works about the Romanian waters, traditions, embossing, etc. There is not much help about Romania in this blog. How do we solve it?

    My students write current Swedish traditions (as we agreed before Christmas) and they always will have some issues to the Romanian students, but their questions are unanswered. It is difficult to form an opinion if we have common or different traditions …

    If we work in the same way it might be easier to sync Romanian-Swedes traditions and perhaps easier to collaborate? I have a group of six students who may be in the new customs duties each month. They receive the traditions names and dates. The rest takes care of the pupils themselves and they ensure that right tradition is published right day. It works very well and my students are really good at it. It is the implementation of the school subject English. Are we working in the same way?

  4. Bunå Alina!

    Sper cå toate aventurile voastre la CREW merg ca pe roate. 😀 O rugåminte: ajutå-i si pe Rares si Adriana Muresan så se prezinte la blog. Elevii mei sânt curiosi de cine sânt si cum aratå. 🙂

    Mersi de ajutor!!

  5. Hi Alina!

    I fixed the leaflets today, 50 ex. You’ve done a good work. 🙂 A small error “Anderstorpsskolan” with one “l” not two…

  6. Hi Alina!

    I hope all is well with you and your family and I hope that your trip to Cyprus was an instructive and good ride. We might see a recap on this, on the blog?

    We wonder if we will see our meeting’s evaluation on the blog?

    // Christin@

  7. Oh , what a nice presentation!

  8. Hi, Alina!

    Did you see our Planned Activities in March 2011 – https://christinasoldan.wordpress.com/2011/03/01/planned-activities-in-march-2011/ ?

  9. I have published activities for April. We do not have much time left before we have to write and submit the final report. I imagine to be completed at the school closure, 15 June. What are your thoughts?

  10. Alina, elevii mei, SPID1, au incercat in zadar a lua contactul cu elevii tai…


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