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A very special visit was made to the DIAZOMA Association on Thursday, October 11th. The Early Childhood studies team of Erasmus+, and the High School of Eretria, accompanied by the Mayor of Eretria Mrs. Amfitriti Alembate, visited the DIAZOMA Association in order for the team to come into contact with the work performed by the Association.
The visit took place within the framework of the European Program Erasmus + KA2: “Art-Ventures in Europe: Ιn search of common roots and perspectives’’, and is aimed at developing skills for teachers, managers and teaching staff through the peer-learning process and the exchange of good practices. The partners that take part in this program are teachers from Germany – Coordinator (Theodor-Frank-Realschule Teningen), Italy (Istituto Professionale Statale per Servizi Socio Sanitari de Lilla Bari), Finland (Lahdenyhteiskoulunsaatio Lahti), Iceland (Garoaskoli Garoabaer), Spain (Institut Marius Torres Lleida) and of course, Greece (High School of Eretria).
During the meeting, the president of the DIAZOMA Association, Mr. Stavros Benos, presented the vision and the action plan of the Diazoma Association and answered the students’ questions.
Finally, the Director of the Educational Programs of the DIAZOMA Association, Mrs. Mary Beloyiannis, presented through a special video that had been reviewed, the new Generation D platform that hosts the educational activities of the Association.
See photos of the meeting below: