The project analyses Space exploration from different viewpoints (science, physics, technology, geography, economy, history, literature and culture in general, etc.).

It involves students of different ages (mainly 14-18) in issues strategically related to their life and further education and it aims at helping them to become open-minded, tolerant and informed European citizens.

Pupils are in fact encouraged to develop the so-called 'hard skills', meaning professional expertise (specifically related to Space exploration), and 'soft skills' which characterise relationships with other people and refer to how we approach life and work.

In the different phases of this two-year European project the students will be involved in different workshops and activities, such as critical thinking, communication/negotiation, team-working, problem-solving, time management, creativity and ability to work in international groups.

By participating in the single student exchanges, all our pupils will cooperate and learn about the cultural heritage and traditional values of each partner country.

The objective of this website is to share the activities carried out before, during and after the four mobilities (Nice, Maasland, Rome and Izmir) and to reflect on the value of cooperation through team-work and workshops.

Most of the works published have been produced by the pupils themselves using their information technology competence acquired and/or stimulated through this Erasmus+ project.

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