L2C Erasmus Project: Interviews with Educators involved in the Project

In January of 2020, a group of educators from St. Nicholas College participated in a workshop at European Schoolnet, Brussels, in connection with our Erasmus Project Leadership for Change (L2C). In the video below, you can see our educators’ work and contributions. For more information about our project, please visit our project site on: http://l2c.eun.org/.

 

Video Credits:

  • Camilleri, Suzanne: St Nicholas College Rabat Middle School, Malta
  • Cohen, Ana: Agrupamento de Escolas de Alcanena, Portugal
  • Labbe, Tim: RHIZO Lyceum OLV Vlaanderen, Belgium
  • Ruggiero, Laura: I.C. Figline Valdarno, Italy
  • Valle Santos, Elena: IES Los Sauces, Spain

Online Course for Educators – Leadership for Change

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St. Nicholas College is currently engaged in the Erasmus + project, Leadership for Change (L2C). This project aims to help schools move away from the traditional vertical leadership model, which proclaims the primacy of the head of school, and to move towards shared leadership, fostering a new culture in schools in which teachers, students and potentially parents willingly take responsibility for leadership in the school community. More information about L2C can be found on the official project website: http://l2c.eun.org/home.

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L2C School Exchange Visit – From Dingli Secondary to Rabat Middle School

Monday 21st of October marked the second School Exchange Visit for Erasmus – Leadership for Change Project, which is a college-wide initiative in collaboration with European Schoolnet (Brussels), as well as schools from Portugal, Italy, Flanders, and Castilla y León.

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L2C School Exchange Meeting – Rabat Middle School

The first school Exchange Meeting for our college based project, Leadership for Change (L2C) was held on Monday 15th of April 2019. Students and teachers from Rabat Middle School visited Attard Primary School in order to learn more about how students and teachers are involved in the decision making process of the school. Continue reading