The 3rd Good Practice Exhibition” was held in parallel to the 2nd Transnational Meeting. Each partner and its collaborators presented work related to the Erasmus+ theme. It was structured in 2 sections:

A) A part dedicated to the activities of the Erasmus+ ARISBAE partners and their collaborators.

B) Another open to Erasmus+ projects in general who wanted to disseminate their work, in which about ten Erasmus+ projects participated.

The materials of all these projects were presented in a room exclusively for this purpose, displaying various materials: roll-ups, banners, murals, brochures, photographs… As the meeting was held in the Convent of Santo Domingo and the venue was located in the city centre, this contributed to the attendance of thousands of people, as La Laguna is a World Heritage City and receives many visitors every day.

The Erasmus+ Best Practices Exhibition was not only visited by the local public but also by many foreigners. The opening of this exhibition was presided over by Mr. Andrés Ajo from SEPIE, in his speech he explained the novelties of Erasmus+ in this new period.

On behalf of the partners participated: Envol (France) Professor Olivier Galet and Graziella Donoso. For C.P.I.A. Taranto, (Italy) the professors Claudia Radeglia and Federica Giordano. For Amici di Elena, ONLUS (Italy) Maria Rosa Andreoli and Alberto Roccato. For ASF (Spain) Teresa Rodríguez, Faustino Afonso and Juan Jesús Aguiar. For SOCAEAN (Spain) Romen Ráez Mesa, Tomás Luis-Ravelo Clavijo, Ascensión Clavijo and Jesús Luis-Ravelo González. For Narodno Chitalishte, (Bulgaria) Mariana Angelova and Iliana Valkova (virtually). A number of partner schools and other Erasmus+ projects joined this exhibition.

The collaborating centres presented the following works: “Educational Decalogue for the digital school”, by Manuel Area Moreira from the University of La Laguna. “Words for coexistence” by Sonia Vaquero González and Mari Nieves Pérez Cejas from the Canarian educational administration, the DGOIE. “Radio: a school community that is heard” by Esteban G. Santana from CEIP Arucas. “A commitment to sustainable fashion and labour reinsertion: Fashion Art Workshops for groups at risk of social exclusion” by Manuel Fernández from Valencia. “The role of the elderly in the educational/cultural community”, by Manuel Rebollo from the NGO Mayores Valores.  “Plastic Arts Workshop Giro-Arte” by SINPROMI of the Cabildo de Tenerife. “Libraries/media centres: core generators of activities for adults”, by Juan Sobrino García. Director of the Municipal Library of Soto del Real. “Traditions, a motivating content: 40 years training and teaching traditions” by M. Luisa Ramón López and Asunción Cedrés from CEIP Teófilo Pérez. “Wings to Fly. Art as a safeguard to give visibility to disability” by Carmen Plasencia, Ruymán Alfonso and Paula Gutiérrez from CEO Bethencourt y Molina. “Activating the radio at IES San Juan de la Rambla. A shared experience” by Antonio Gutiérrez from IES S. Juan de la Rambla. “Prevention and Intervention Programme against Radicalisation and Extreme Violence of Migrants” by Miguel A. Hernández from CEO Playa Blanca. “Searching for the antonym of violence” by Reyes Santiago Ostos from IES Los Cristianos. “An inclusive theatre performance: “Thriller 2020” by Inmaculada Mirabal Socas, Aula Enclave of CEIP Cervantes. “History through oral and musical tradition” by Israel Guerrero, Roberto Rodríguez, Carlos Hernández, Alfredo Fernández and José Gómez from Patio de Toledo. “Music and words through the romancero canario” by Cali Fernández from CEAD de S/C. de Tenerife. “Origami workshop” by Javier Caboblanco, from Toledo. “Dubini Project” by Juan F. Falcón León from IES San Benito. In another adjoining room, several Erasmus+ Adult Education and schools were exhibited in order to make them known: “IES El Galeón and its framework of Educational Transformation” by Salvador González, Nicolás Hernández, Tomás Gómez and Margarita Cabrera from IES El Galeón. “Kinemaster and Chroma” by Tanausú Cabrera from CEIP Isabel La Católica. “STOP FENCES” by Rebeca Contreras from IES Lucas Martín Espino. “TICTACTOC” by Isabel García and José Rodríguez from CEPA Fuerteventura Sur. “Active TICher for future”. Jorge Pérez and Raquel Galán from CEPA Fuerteventura Norte. ISCOSKI” by Candelaria Pérez from IES Geneto. “Motivational tools for inclusion and reintegration” by Manolo Funes, CEPA San Bartolomé de Tirajana and Benigno Hernández. CEPA Agüimes-Ingenio and Juan Rafael Rosales CEPA Santa Lucía de Tirajana. “Learning from and with Europe” by Patricia Martínez from CEPA Las Palmas Ciudad Alta.