Our project consisted of publishing a European magazine (paper and online), written by and for students, whose aims were related to the educational project of each school. It involved students of different levels of secondary education schools and the following subjects: Maths, Languages, Art, Sciences, Sports, Geography, History and Technology. The main aim of the project was to have students work cooperatively in the creation of articles regarding European teenagers’ interests and culture. The themes of the different issues were chosen by the students themselves through a questionnaire carried out in all the schools.We created a ning community that enabled us to communicate with each other and organize our work over two years. Later on we also created a ning community for students so that they could exchange opinions and ideas. We also had 3 meetings in different countries to plan the organization of each issue and a final Summer Camp. Each country was appointed the coordinator of a column in each magazine.
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