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Continue preparation for the second meeting ( GRUNDTVIG LLP ) for the project Decolle. The Italian ( Santa Severina Municipality )and Spanish (CCT) delegations using the free tools that the web offers, they are in constant contact through the hangouts , G+ tool that allows you to make video conferencing with multiple people and also … Continue reading

Google Hangouts and the Classroom

We have been conducting trials with Google Hangouts and Google Drive in the classroom for several months now, with some fantastic success stories. Initial experiments with Facebook, WordPress.com, BuddyPress and other social media tools proved too cumbersome. The intention was to make the virtual classroom mimic the real classroom as much as possible. This meant … Continue reading


This is the end of the project and with it finishes the meetings, hangouts, journeys, excursions, etc. The last part of the project has been in Murcia, where Italian and Irish partners visited the region and one of the excursions was to visit Lorca, the city suffered an earthquake. We had a tourist guide who … Continue reading

Guided visit to Lorca

On Thursday June 13th was a very hot day, even so, a group of students of the CCT with the people of DSE, (Dublin, Ireland) and the people from LALEO (Santa Severina, Italy), met together to go on an excursion to the wonderful city of the sun: Lorca. We left CCT on a bus at … Continue reading


Between june 11 and 14  was held the final meeting of the project SONETT Grundtvig learning partnerships. The meeting took place in Murcia, Spain , at the CCT, lead partner of the project in the presence of Italian and Irish delegations . The opportunity has enabled the delegations from abroad to present each institution affiliation, … Continue reading


Dublin is the capital of Ireland since the Middle Ages, when it was founded as a Viking trading center of slaves, by the name of Dubh Linn that means Black Pool. It is a multicultural city and the largest one in the country. Here lived the well-known Irish writers Oscar Wilde, George Bernard Shaw, James … Continue reading