Virtual meeting schedule
Presentation of partner's hometown
A genuine board game called’ following the steps of Kapodistrias’ specially designed for the Erasmus+ programme. It is played by 4 people and the aim of the game is to pass through the 12 European countries that Kapodistrias himself passed and answer relevant questions. In each city, the player must respond correctly in order to win the city. The game starts with Corfu, then follows any route the player chooses but ends in Nafplio. The winner of the game is the player who will ‘conquer’ all the cities by answering correctly and finally reach Nafplio.
The Erasmus+ meeting was amazing. Both students and teachers were
kind, happy and chatty. The presentations were beautiful and well planned
and the way they were presented made them even more attractive. I felt
amazing and I truly hope I could repeat this.
The Erasmus+ meeting that was held this week has been more interesting
than I had thought. Even though I participated in the project 2 years ago I only
got to be the host of one of the children participating. I was sad to hear that
our trip to Greece was cancelled, because I couldn't get to learn more about
their culture and traditions. But at this meeting, I learned so much not only
about Greece, but also about the other countries that were taking part in this
project. It was fun and really well organized which made it a very enjoyable
This week has been a great opportunity for me to learn a lot of things about
Ioannis Capodistrias and Corfu. I also found out lots of things about the
students from the different countries that participated. Even if the meeting has
been held on an online program, I felt the joy and the wish of the organizers to
teach us new things about some places which are unknown to us with the
help of interesting videos and funny quizzes that made those days amazing. I
want to thank them all for the time that they have spent on doing these videos
and quizzes; to tell them that I hope I`ll have the occasion to meet them face
to face in the close future. We had a great time together. Happy Easter!
I am really glad I was part of the Erasmus+ family. This week was a really great
experience- learning different aspects of Ioannis Capodistrias’ life, meeting new
people, making friends of other ethnicities with different cultures and traditions, as
they say, variety is the spice of life. Beside of that, I learned that it doesn't matter
where you belong, live or how you dress, we are all the same. I really enjoyed the
presentations, all of them, from the Old Town of Corfu to the Achillion Palace. I had
a lot of fun playing Kahoot, I tried to win but the luck wasn’t on my side, maybe next
time. I think all the teachers did an excellent job, they’ve put in a lot of effort and they
were really dedicated to make us feel good and happy. I want to thank everyone that
made this wonderful experience possible and I hope one day I get the chance to meet
all of you.
It was a great opportunity to learn new things and to meet people during this hard
time for everyone. I learned a lot of things about Ioannis Capodistrias and his good
deeds for his country, so I enjoyed this week’s events! I would love to go to Corfu in
person next time! Thank you for all the work you put in this project!
I liked it to be in the project, although I wasn´t there at the beginning. I got a lot of interesting information about Corfu, Kapodistrias, who had really good visions, and the connection between the whole Kapodistrias-project and Corfu. We also got inspired by the different statues of Achill in the park of Sissi’s castle, the Achilleion, to look up the myth behind him and the idiom of the Achilles heel. I enjoyed the whole project and hope that I’ll be able to visit Corfu in ‘better times’. The beach also looks very beautiful, so hopefully I can hang out there someday!
The online lessons with Corfu, Koper, Bukarest and Nauplia were so nice and I think that we had a really great time. The most interesting thing was the history of Corfu because all the different people who have been living in Corfu have made it to one of the most amazing places in world. But in my opinion one person was most important for the history of Corfu. It was Ioannis Capodistrias: He was as brave as the island is great.
I really liked to be in this project and I think it was a really nice experience to learn something different from the normal school curriculum in another language. For me the most interesting theme was what we learnt about the culture in Corfu, about Easter, the philharmonic bands, kumquats and traditional dishes. I had never heard about Corfu before and so it was really great to get to know about the island and its culture.
The whole project of Erasmus was a very interesting one because we learned a lot about
Corfu and Greek in a week. At first, I was a bit sceptical but also curious about how they would do it. But they did great. On the first day every country presented its surroundings.
In the following days, we looked a bit more detailed at Corfu and especially the first Greek president Kapodistias What fascinated me most was that he also cared for the normal people although he was noble.
I was very thankful to be a part of the Erasmus-Project although we couldn’t see Corfu in person.