Anna Corsà, student of Daina-Isard School, has won the first edition of the LCI Barcelona Award for Best High School Final Project with "CIRCUS", a fashion collection made from the artistic creations of Preschool students. The award is worth 3,000 euros, which Anna can use for cultural products or services. For its parts, the center has received a set of books from Gustavo Gili Publishing House valued at 200 euros. Sílvia Viudas, General Director of LCI Barcelona, and Beatriu Malaret, Director of Pedagogy, presented both awards.
The announcement took place on our campus during the IX High School Meeting, which every year brings together professionals from different high schools of Catalonia. After the event, the psychologist and coach Núria Suñé i Soler taught the workshop "Link-up learning. Learning that transcends the classroom", in which she gave tools to boost the motivation of students and teachers.
The LCI Barcelona Award for Best High School Final Project highlights studies and professions linked to design, innovation, creativity and technology. It also aims to encourage vocations in these sectors and to awaken the talent of future professionals. The jury of the contest, composed by the Director of Pedagogy and the School's Heads of Area, considers aspects such as the originality, the approach to the problem, the methodology or the conclusions of the project, among others.
The second edition of the award is already underway. The deadline for the reception of projects is May 2019.