School Inspectorate of Călăraşi County

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“Sv. Kliment Ohridski” High school of Mathematics and natural sciences - Silistra

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“Hristo Botev” Secondary School - Tutrakan

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ROBG -165 Coordination of joint policies and equipment investments in the field of education in the cross-border area



This project is being implemented by a joint team of ten experts, whose project manager is Professor Constantin Tudor, who has managed 24 months and the MaST project. From the Romanian team, besides Professor Constantin Tudor, are the professor Steluţa Caraion, professor Klaus Nicolae Micescu - scientific coordinator, Professor Corina Diaconu - responsible for the innovation and creativity workshops, Cati Mateescu - financial manager and counselor Maria Ene -responsible with communication problems.

The Bulgarian partners have the project manager assistant from Veliko Tarnovo Lyceum. Veliko Tarnovo has two experts in the project, the Tutrakan team has an expert in the project staff and the Silistra partners have an expert in the project staff.

The eight lyceums create their own staffs for the development in the Romanian high schools and the creation in the Bulgarian high schools of the MaST born baby, that is the workshops of innovation and creativity.

The biggest gain of the project is the achievement of nearly 90,000 euros in each of the eight lyceums, five Romanians, three Bulgarians, facilities that will be great for teachers and pupils in scientific disciplines, mathematics, computer science.

Through this project we try to implement the idea of changing the paradigm in high school education in Romania and Bulgaria, ie the implementation of a science-based education, but also with a strong technical support. Thus, what is conveyed from the contents of lessons needs to be strengthened by practical actions in appropriately equipped laboratories.

It is a truth that is no longer to be demonstrated, it is an axiom that in Romania, at least at high school level, here is the big problem, namely the lack of proper equipment in chemistry, physics, biology and even computer science laboratories. In a few words, we are going to follow this through our project, which has two well-defined sides: the practical side and the side can be called the theoretical, but rather the convincing side of the decision-makers to change profoundly attitude towards science and technology.

Project “Coordination of joint policies and equipment investment in the field of education in the cross-border area” is cofinanted by the European Union through European Regional Development Fund under the Interreg V-A Romania-Bulgaria Programme

ПМГ Св. Климент Охридски
Interreg V-A Romania-Bulgaria

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