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HandelsakademieYbbs on the Danube (HAK Ybbs) in Austria is a secondary school focusing on economics and media technology. ICT has been applied for many years, in at least on third of our classes each student is equipped with laptops; we make use of digital register, school platforms and 5 computer labs. Many teachers are experienced in e-learning, programmingand the use of educational software. International project management is part of our curriculum and has enabled us to be coordinator of three Comenius projects and other youth projects with partner schools from all over Europe. Lately we have also been concentrating on cooperative open learning, being coordinator for COOL for our province. We have always promoted the use of electronic media, however, we have felt the need to think more about risk and hazards of computer technology and online activities lately, which is why we embrace the ideas of this project.



The Fridagymnasiet upper secondary school

The Fridagymnasiet upper secondary school in Vänersborg, Sweden, is an independently run school founded in 2006. It is part of the Fridaskolorna school organisation with five compulsory schools in the western part of Sweden. The school is quite small with 130 Students and 20 staff.

It has an outspoken ICT vision, with 1-1 (one laptop per person) for all staff and students, using online books, digital platforms, shared documents etc. We, i.e. students and staff, are in the process of designing a new platform for schools to replace a number of programmes needed for administration, student presence, budget, pedagogical planning, documentation, evaluation, assessment, parent information etc. This also means there is a plan for IST for the coming years implementing this new tool.

Fridagymnasiet has been involved in International projects since 1999 and has coordinated three Comenius- as well as three Youth projects together with the Austrian partner school, among which was participation in the WYPS - World Youth Peace Summit held by the UN in Sarajevo in 2004. The school has experience in hosting meetings and exchanges and the students always cooperate with another European partner school to make an exchange during their third and final year.

The Fridagymnasiet also has a clear intention to provide international influences at school, eg. exchange students and teacher trainees and teacher trainers from universities in other countries, to create various arenas for language- and interdisciplinary collaborations in projects using ICT and digital forums but also to create the opportunity for personal meetings with students from other countries and study trips to implement the learning of democratic and ethic values.

The Swedish National Agency presented the Fridagymnasiet last Comenius project as a good project example and the contact person lectured about project management to teachers from all over Sweden.


Karin Helmerson, international coordinator,
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Phone: +46 707 216 218
Skype: karinhelmerson


Os videregående skole

Os vidaregåande skule is located beautifully by Ulvenvatnet in Os kommune, 30 km south of Bergen. The school was founded in 1981 as Os yrkesskule. In recent years, the school has increased in size and counts 30 different classes and 480 students. The school has nationwide courses with applicants from the entire country.

Os Vidaregåande offers six different study programmes; Electronics, Health and Social care, Building and Construction, Technical and Industrial production and Service and Transport. All our courses makes you able to apply for a two year apprenticeship in a company. After finishing the apprenticeship, you are eligible to take a test and get a trade certificate. We also offer supplementary studies qualifying for higher education for students who have finished a Vg2 programme. 

Our school offers one regional course and two nationwide courses. Our Ambulance worker course is a regional course for Hordaland. On this course we have applicants from all over Hordaland. To attend this course you have to pass a physical test and have passed Health, Childhood and Youth development Vg1. 

Our Construction Vg2 course is a nationwide course. To attend this course you must have finished Building and Construction Vg1. 

Our Transport Driver Heavy Vehicles Vg3 course is a nationwide course. To attend this course you must have finished Transport and Logistics Vg2 and be more than 21 years old. 

Our Heavy Machine Mechanics course is a nationwide course. We have applicants for this course from the entire country. To attend this course you must have finished Machinery Vg2. 

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Contact person:
Tone Hadler-Olsen
Cellphone: + 47 934 92 936
Skypeacount: tone.hadler-olsen


Research for SIFA

SIFA questionnaire

Badania będą prowadzone na dwa sposoby. Bardziej ogólne badanie wstępne (listopad 2014) i końcowe (czerwiec 2016), oraz na mniejszą skalę badanie przed i po każdym spotkaniu krótkoterminowym (w Austrii, Norwegii, itd.). Badania będą służyć jako wartość intelektualna, która nie jest plagiatem i która będzie ulepszać jakość wyników, ale także jako narzędzie do oceny wewnętrznej. Zdefiniowano następujące pytania badawcze:

  • Pierwsze pytanie badawcze: Czy uczniowie znają każdy problem (temat). Będziemy również sprawdzać świadomość uczniów.

    Drugie pytanie badawcze: Czy uczniowie doświadczyli danego problemu ?

    Trzecie pytanie badawcze: Czy uczniowie wiedzą co robić, jeśli oni (lub ich znajomi) zetkną się z danym problemem?

    Analiza pierwszych wyników dotyczących Uzależnień
  • Ankieta specjalna dotycząca wizyty w Norwegii

NORWAY: 2nd Short-term exchanges of groups of pupils

Event Details:

  • Date: -
  • Where:Norway
Students program:











The Red Cross building


Get to know activity

The Red Cross building


10.15 Guided tour of the school

Meet at school 07.45


08.45 Visiting Amalie Skram school

10-11 School museum

11.30 Fløyen (the funicular)

The Red Cross building


The Red Cross building

Results, final considerations

evaluation, feedback

Lunch (11.15-11.45)



packed lunch

In the cafeteria

 13 Lunch

TGI Friday

packed lunch

In the cafeteria

11.30 Lunch Oseana


Afternoon (starting 12.00)


12.00 Presentation of the results from the special questionnaire for Norway

workshops: finding groups, common understanding of topics and tasks

14.00 - Professor Pallesen

11.45 - 12.30 Workshop

In the cafeteria

12.40 - 15.10 Safe Internet day

In the cafeteria

14 - 19.30

Guided tour and activities



The Red Cross building

11.45 -14.10



Be in class with host student


13.30 Oseleverversktedet






Capri Pizza restaurant

18.00 Movie (Her) at Os gymnas

Optional mountain hike

Dinner in host family

Evening meal in host family

Dinner in host family


Dinner: Pastasentralen





Liceum Ogolnoksztalcace

Liceum Ogolnoksztalcace im. P.Skargi in Grojec is an upper secondary school preparing students, aged 15 to 18, for university education. The school is one of the oldest ones in the district of Grojec and in the whole Mazowiecke Province. It was founded in 1912. There are 50 teachers and about 600 students in the school. The secondary school students come from different social backgrounds.

A large number of students come from rural areas and most of them need to be strongly motivated to take an active part in school life. Even though there are a few organizations existing at school (e.g. Red Cross, Volunteers' Club, Film Discussion Club or Students' Sport Club), they still need additional, multicultural activities so that they could be more actively involved in the school life and cooperate more willingly, understanding the importance of both their cultural roots and respect for different social and cultural backgrounds. There are a few students of ethnic minorities.

The school is situated in a small town (about 15 thousand inhabitants), which makes it easier to be in touch with students' parents in order to solve problems immediately. The students feel the need of, and have deep interest in, learning about other cultures and making friends with students from abroad.


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