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Event ID:  53712
Contact Name:  Anca Mosoiu
Contact Email:  ancamosoiu68@yahoo.com
Contact Phone:  +40723316954
Organization:  Școala Gimnazială nr. 30 “Gheorghe Țițeica”
Event Web Site:  https://scoala30constanta.ro/
Dates:  4th October 2022 to 10th October 2022
Physical Event:  Yes
Type:  Public
Start/End Type:  Both Starts and Ends During WSW
Country:  Romania
State/Province:  Constanta
City:  Constanta
Address:  Flămânda nr.13
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Event Name:  Space for all and forever
Event Description:  Students at ”Gheorghe Țițeica” School Expore Space As usual, World Space Week was celebrated again by the students at ”Gheorghe Țițeica” School during October 4th and 10th. This international project has become a tradition in our school, for 14 years now, a time to celebrate the extraordinary contributions to science and technology worldwide, which have always aimed at the improvement of human condition and discovery. Coordinated by our talented librarian Mrs. Anca Moșoiu, hundreds of students in primary and secondary level classes, supervised by teachers and other partners from different organizations have become aware not only of the importance of exploration of the infinite universe, but have also dared to dream that one day they will travel to other planets and get in touch with alien civilizations. The topic this year is durable development and sustainability of life in space, therefore the title of the project of our school is “Space for All and Forever”, which refers to raising awareness regarding the importance of all elements that sustain life and provide connection in space. The headteacher of ”Gheorghe Țițeica” School, Florentina Țigmeanu, supported the initiative of the coordinator of the project and the combined efforts of teachers and students declaring: ”We are happy to keep this project going, as a tradition of so many years before. The curiosity and interest of our students challenge us to find new ways to motivate them to acquire information. I strongly believe that students nowadays are attracted to everything mysterious and distant, so I will provide my help to help them get answers to their questions. We aim at a global perspective in the hope that our most passionate students will promote new scientific and technological space discoveries and they will understand that there is a whole world out there, larger and more complex than the one they live in right now.” The youngest students- preparatory classes C and E, coordinated by primary teachers Simona Palasca and Mioara Gospodin viewed the movie “The Universe- Explained”, learnt about the planets in our Solar System and drew them in a particular innocent manner. Students of class 1D explored space in a unique combination of music, games and colour, in an activity coordinated by primary teacher Mirela Cotoarbă. They were accompanied in their artistic performance by students of class 1F, coordinated by primary teacher Nicoleta Zamfir. Another expression of creativity was displayed by class 2 C, coordinated by primary teacher Mirela Machedon, who made objects such as stellar passports, masks and spaceships, in a joined effort with the association ”Împreună pentru viitor” at the Intelect Park. They also visited the Planetarium where they learnt about galaxies, planets and stars. Students of class 3E, coordinated by primary teacher, assistant headteacher Alina Nedelcu watched the movie „Cu avânt înapoi spre Pământ” to find details about the planets of our Solar System and later they created a map of the story. A similar activity was devised by primary teacher Lidia Ciortan for the students of class 3C, who created a joined presentation of the Milky Way, including details of the planets and curiosities in a collection turned into a short encyclopedia of the class. Other students in class 4A, coordinated by primary teacher Anca Medeșan took part in a lesson at the Planetarium where students observed details of the Universe, discussed about ways to protect the planet and found curiosities about other planets of our galaxy. Students of classes 4C, 4D and 4F were involved in a variety of activities ranging from watching short documentaries to creating pictures and space models- 4C, coordinated by primary teacher Anca Cotleanu, drawings and collages - class 4D, coordinated by primary teacher Iuliana Vizan. In addition, class 4 F created space objects at the Intelect Park with their teacher Tamara Lavinia Cășuneanu Păunescu- and even went on visits to the National Space Institute, classes 4E, with primary teacher Iuliana Badiu and 7C, with Science teacher Claudia Enache. There, using VR technology, students got in touch first hand with space phenomena, aurora borealis and the inside of a space station. Secondary level students celebrated space in their particular way, a combination of facts and personal points of view, students of 6th grade, with their teacher Cristina Dogaru made posters and presentations. Students of 7th grade with the support of Art teacher Constantina Lepădatu made space models and drawings presenting their outlook of planets and galaxies. Following up on a tour at Museum of Natural Science, guided by Mrs Constanța Diamandi and under the supervision of class teachers for the 5th grade Mihaela Zaharia, Nicoleta Bercaru these inquisitive children were extremely active in a Q&A session, trying to get the most out of this experience. Also, students of classes 6B and 7E displayed their interest in the topic of sustainable life in space. So, with the support of English teacher Adina Netedu, as a result of presentations of space stations, they worked out a list of words and idioms they included in crossword puzzles, personal diaries of life in space and even a guide of a Space Traveller. Students of the 6th grade were coordinated by teacher- counsellor Laura Simion to make a set of puppets for a space play, designing the stage decor, imagining dialogues and poems based on interactions between humans- extraterrestrials. Finally, the initiator and coordinator of the project in school, librarian Anca Moșoiu confessed: ” Every year I wonder myself doubtfully if our students are still interested in a project that has been a constant presence in their lives at the beginning of October for 14 years... The answer is DEFINITELY YES! Some of them have participated every year ever since they were in preparatory class. What never ceases to amaze me is their relentless ability to come up with fresh ideas, unique perspectives, a never-ending desire to discover more... This is added value to a project turned into a dear tradition in ”Gheorghe Țițeica” School, due to the efforts of my fellow- teachers, our partners in education, our parents- thank you all for your involvement in diversifying the extra-curricular activities of our school.” All the materials the students designed were displayed and admired by parents, students and teachers in a colourful exhibition organized by the project coordinator, Mrs. Moșoiu. All the materials can be accessed by scanning the QR code.
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Report on the Results:  As usual, World Space Week was celebrated again by the students at ”Gheorghe Țițeica” School during October 4th and 10th. This international project has become a tradition in our school, for 14 years now, a time to celebrate the extraordinary contributions to science and technology worldwide, which have always aimed at the improvement of human condition and discovery. Coordinated by our talented librarian Mrs. Anca Moșoiu, hundreds of students in primary and secondary level classes, supervised by teachers and other partners from different organizations have become aware not only of the importance of exploration of the infinite universe, but have also dared to dream that one day they will travel to other planets and get in touch with alien civilizations. The topic this year is durable development and sustainability of life in space, therefore the title of the project of our school is “Space for All and Forever”, which refers to raising awareness regarding the importance of all elements that sustain life and provide connection in space. The headteacher of ”Gheorghe Țițeica” School, Florentina Țigmeanu, supported the initiative of the coordinator of the project and the combined efforts of teachers and students declaring: ”We are happy to keep this project going, as a tradition of so many years before. The curiosity and interest of our students challenge us to find new ways to motivate them to acquire information. I strongly believe that students nowadays are attracted to everything mysterious and distant, so I will provide my help to help them get answers to their questions. We aim at a global perspective in the hope that our most passionate students will promote new scientific and technological space discoveries and they will understand that there is a whole world out there, larger and more complex than the one they live in right now.” The youngest students- preparatory classes C and E, coordinated by primary teachers Simona Palasca and Mioara Gospodin viewed the movie “The Universe- Explained”, learnt about the planets in our Solar System and drew them in a particular innocent manner. Students of class 1D explored space in a unique combination of music, games and colour, in an activity coordinated by primary teacher Mirela Cotoarbă. They were accompanied in their artistic performance by students of class 1F, coordinated by primary teacher Nicoleta Zamfir. Another expression of creativity was displayed by class 2 C, coordinated by primary teacher Mirela Machedon, who made objects such as stellar passports, masks and spaceships, in a joined effort with the association ”Împreună pentru viitor” at the Intelect Park. They also visited the Planetarium where they learnt about galaxies, planets and stars. Students of class 3E, coordinated by primary teacher, assistant headteacher Alina Nedelcu watched the movie „Cu avânt înapoi spre Pământ” to find details about the planets of our Solar System and later they created a map of the story. A similar activity was devised by primary teacher Lidia Ciortan for the students of class 3C, who created a joined presentation of the Milky Way, including details of the planets and curiosities in a collection turned into a short encyclopedia of the class. Other students in class 4A, coordinated by primary teacher Anca Medeșan took part in a lesson at the Planetarium where students observed details of the Universe, discussed about ways to protect the planet and found curiosities about other planets of our galaxy. Students of classes 4C, 4D and 4F were involved in a variety of activities ranging from watching short documentaries to creating pictures and space models- 4C, coordinated by primary teacher Anca Cotleanu, drawings and collages - class 4D, coordinated by primary teacher Iuliana Vizan. In addition, class 4 F created space objects at the Intelect Park with their teacher Tamara Lavinia Cășuneanu Păunescu- and even went on visits to the National Space Institute, classes 4E, with primary teacher Iuliana Badiu and 7C, with Science teacher Claudia Enache. There, using VR technology, students got in touch first hand with space phenomena, aurora borealis and the inside of a space station. Secondary level students celebrated space in their particular way, a combination of facts and personal points of view, students of 6th grade, with their teacher Cristina Dogaru made posters and presentations. Students of 7th grade with the support of Art teacher Constantina Lepădatu made space models and drawings presenting their outlook of planets and galaxies. Following up on a tour at Museum of Natural Science, guided by Mrs Constanța Diamandi and under the supervision of class teachers for the 5th grade Mihaela Zaharia, Nicoleta Bercaru these inquisitive children were extremely active in a Q&A session, trying to get the most out of this experience. Also, students of classes 6B and 7E displayed their interest in the topic of sustainable life in space. So, with the support of English teacher Adina Netedu, as a result of presentations of space stations, they worked out a list of words and idioms they included in crossword puzzles, personal diaries of life in space and even a guide of a Space Traveller. Students of the 6th grade were coordinated by teacher- counsellor Laura Simion to make a set of puppets for a space play, designing the stage decor, imagining dialogues and poems based on interactions between humans- extraterrestrials. Finally, the initiator and coordinator of the project in school, librarian Anca Moșoiu confessed: ” Every year I wonder myself doubtfully if our students are still interested in a project that has been a constant presence in their lives at the beginning of October for 14 years... The answer is DEFINITELY YES! Some of them have participated every year ever since they were in preparatory class. What never ceases to amaze me is their relentless ability to come up with fresh ideas, unique perspectives, a never-ending desire to discover more... This is added value to a project turned into a dear tradition in ”Gheorghe Țițeica” School, due to the efforts of my fellow- teachers, our partners in education, our parents- thank you all for your involvement in diversifying the extra-curricular activities of our school.” All the materials the students designed were displayed and admired by parents, students and teachers in a colourful exhibition organized by the project coordinator, Mrs. Moșoiu. All the materials can be accessed: https://padlet.com/ancamosoiu/jizvketfy7nz6koi Buna, Veruta! https://www.stirimuntenia24.ro/2022/10/14/elevii-de-la-gheorghe-titeica-exploreaza-spatiul-cosmic/ https://ziarulamprenta.ro/stirile-zilei/elevii-de-la-scoala-gheorghe-titeica-din-constanta-exploreaza-spatiul-cosmic/164238/ https://atacdeconstanta.com/cu-gandul-spre-infinit-elevii-de-la-gheorghe-titeica-exploreaza-spatiul-cosmic/ https://www.ordinea.ro/elevii-scolii-gheorghe-titeica-din-constanta-exploreaza-spatiul-cosmic/ https://www.ct100.ro/elevii-de-la-gheorghe-titeica-exploreaza-spatiul-cosmic/
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