Smarta was traveling from Germany to the US when she got lost. We don´t know where she is, but hopefully she will find her way back to us some day. Smarta we miss you! Our students miss you!
Author: Lotta Ramqvist (Page 1 of 3)
Smarta’s highlight was to visit the Drachenfelsen („Dragon’s Rock) with the wonderful view.
Some legends say it is called Drachenfes because the famous Siegfried – hero of the Nibelungenlied – killed the dragon Fafnir. The dragon lived in a cave in the hill. Then Siegfried bathed in the blood to become invulnerable. That is origion of the name „Drachenfels“ („Dragon’s Rock“).
At the end of September Smarta travelled to Königswinter near Cologne where she visited an very interesting teacher conference („Deutsches Lehrerforum“) in Germany. Just 80 teachers from all over Germany and different kinds of schools could join the conference. The teachers presented their schools and projects. The other were very fascinated about SMARTee – the Global colloboration project. They liked the idea that we are seven classes from five different countries working at the same content and collaborate with each other.