Multiplier Event

The event began at the scheduled time, welcoming the participants by handing them a folder with a brochure containing basic project information, newsletters and a pen.

At 7:00 pm Juan Antonio Sánchez (Manager of IRMA SL) gave a general presentation of the project and the Erasmus + program, which aroused the interest of the assistants, who asked some questions of interest to the group.

Next, David Rojo (IRMA SL technician) explained the path taken from the beginning of the project to the achievement of all intellectual products, and then to emphasize the product intellectual number 1 "the curriculum SET2CLIL". Through a brief power-point presentation he presented the objectives of this product and then connected with the project web page to disaggregate each of the modules contained in that curriculum. Attendees showed interest and were urged to ask questions at the round table.

Now it was the turn of another technician from IRMA SL (Álvaro Villoldo), who was in charge of exposing the contents of the electronic archive. David, in the previous paper, already exposed the process of achieving these results. And now Alvaro showed the public the final results, with particular emphasis on the importance of case studies.

Then a brief pause followed, after which María Ramón (president of Cooperatives) took the floor. Maria is very involved in the formation of social entrepreneurs so she presented her clear idea of how important it is to have a guide of trainers as it is the intellectual product 3 of the project Set2Clil.

Finally, all the speakers came to the conference table and opened a questionnaire several questions that all the attendees could ask and be reciprocated in their respective answers.

The event was closed by the mayor of the town, urging all attendees to participate in the products developed throughout the project Set2Clil.

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