Last week we carried out our mobility in
Dakovo, Croacia. Our learning teaching training activity “Equal, Yet Unique” has included three different types of activities:
social awareness workshops in kindergarten, primary schools and NGOs with children and people with disabilities.
workshops on entrepreneurial skills
workshops on intercultural skills
And cultural visits too, of course, to learn about Croatian culture, literature and history!
Here you can check the complete
programme of activities and the whole photo album of the activities.
Finally, here’s a video to summarize our adventure:
New video by Laura Moreno Egea / Google Photos
In the video, you can see some pictures from Budapest too. The Spanish team was lucky enough to have the chance of spending some time in Budapest on their way to Dakovo and Kati and Erika, Hungarian teachers were so kind as to offer a guided tour around the city (the Spanish team is really grateful!).
We are proud to inform that our project “
Entrepreneurial Young Citizens of Modern Europe” is now online on the Erasmus+ Project Results Platform.
A description of our project can be accessed online at the following address:
These are our final logo contestants:
And the winner is:
Congratulations! It’ll be our image for the project. And thank you all for taking part in our contest!
In two days, wee’ll meet in Croatia, for our first learning teaching training activity.
We’ll have the chance to get to know each other in person at last and exchange ideas on the project. We’ll also visit NGOs dealing with disabled people. It’s going to be a great week.
We want everyone in our schools to get familiar with our project. One way to make our project know at our schools is with our “Erasmus corners”. Here we’ll publish information related to the project.
This one belongs to the Spanish team:
And this is from Hungary:
Welcome to our Erasmus+ Project Blog.
Here we’ll post important information related to the activities implemented in our project: Entrepreneurial Young Citizens in a Modern Europe.
For more information on the project, click
Any suggestions and comments are vey welcome!