Education in its general sense is a form of learning in which the knowledge, skills, and habits of a group of people are transferred from one generation to the next through teaching, training, or research. For us, as teachers, our daily work involves institutionalized teaching and learning in relation to a curriculum but we can’t forget that any experience that has a formative effect on the way one thinks, feels, or acts may be considered educational. It’s here where our Erasmus+ project fits, preparing students for life as active citizens.


This is the blog specially created for the ERASMUS+ project called It's my life, it's my choice Here there are the 5 EUROPEAN schools working together in this challenger adventure:

1- The Coordinator school: LAUDIO BHI from The Basque Country (Spain)
2.- GROTIUSCOLLEGE, Delft (The Netherlands)
3.- NORGARDENSKOLAN, Uddevalla (Sweden)
4.- CELALETTIN TOPCU ANADOLU LISESI, Çanakkale (Turkey)
5.- LYCEE AORAI, Pirae (French Polynesia)



French Polynesia






Hello from French Polynesia ,



We are very happy to present you our video about your teacher's mobility in Tahiti in November 2014.
It takes a long time to finish it but we did it with enthousiasm and we really hope you'll enjoy it !

In this video , you can find :

- The introduction made by CUILLERAT Zoé
- The first day at School made by TERII Tehauarii & COFFINET Maïre
- The Polynesian Day made by AVIU Cindy , POMARE Rahuirua & IOANE Tuani
- The living party made by Zoé , Cindy , Maïre & Tehauarii

Bye , see you for the next mobility in Sweden ! :)

Maïre & Zoé .










’O mätou nei, te mau ’orometua, teie tä mätou tauto’ora’a i te mau mahana ato’a ’oia ho’i te ha’api’ira’a mä te türu’i i ni’a te mau arata’ira’a mana, eiaha ra ia mo’ehia ia tätou ë, i te mau mau taime ato’a e ti’a mai ai te tahi fa’anaho-ra’a ’apï, e ’ohu iho ä te ferurira’a, e uiui iho ä te mana’o, e fa’atupu iho ä te hina’aro e rave


Tei ni’a i terä mau mana’o iti te niura’a-hia ’o Erasmus + nö te fa’aineinera’a i tä tätou nei mau tama ’ei ta’ata oraora.

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