Starting point Τhe starting point for
the project was the
information that a time
1914 hidden in Boston
City Hall has been
found and opened after
Students had to make a time capsule and to “bury” it
during the spring of 2015 somewhere in the surroundings of
The time capsule would contain mainly “letters to future
generations”, written by students of European schools
but also various items/objects of symbolic value.
More specifically further aims of the project
To think about the consequences of our today actions on
the citizens of tomorrow.
to prepare students to be citizens of a multilingual society,
in which, on the one hand, awareness of, respect for
diversity and interest in other cultures are vital, and , on the
other, the ability to communicate with speakers of other
languages is a much valued skill.
To understand that we all are interconnected
and that the survival and the further
development of our planet is
based on the value of a peaceful and creative
Basic questions were:
What do you consider important to be communicated
(about you, your city, country, culture, Europe and
generally about the world)?
What kind of information do
you want to give about
dreams, worries, problems
of your generation?
What kind of object do you
want to put in the time capsule and
for what reason?
Experiential and cooperative learning which
encouraged the critical thinking of students and led
to the creation of the final product
Creative use of ICT and more specifically of
Twinspace and Web2.
1st Award in the National Contest
of eTwinning projects in Greece
Runner up of the category
of the eTwinning Prize 2016
“The future depends on what
you do today”
Coordinators of the project
Athanasia Papachristou -Kamila Strzeminska
Power point presentation made by Athanasia
Photos and texts were taken from Twinspace of the
Time Capsule 2014-2114 project