Katalin Hevessi, our Hungarian coordinator was kind enough to put together this wonderful video which summarises the hard work we’ve done during our online mobility.
We made the most of our time. It was a pleasure to have you all, even if it was just behind a screen. Thanks a lot for your effort.
Online Mobility: “Taking action through games to change the world”, Erasmus+ Learning and Training Teaching activity, Málaga, 20-25 April 2020. Erasmus + K229 Project: Entrepreneurial Young Citizens in a Modern World.
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We had a very fun farewell session with performances from different countries. Here’s a sample.
A very fun dance by the Croatian team with
lyrics by the Croatian coordinator that created them specially for the project.
Poland offered a taste of some very gifted musicians:
Karolina played this beautiful song on the guitar.
And the teacher Agnieszka played a folk song on the accordion.
From Spain, we had a flamenco performance:
Blanca Trillo, flamenco dancer, with Erasmus student Juan Miguel, playing the “cajón”.
And we danced together regueton and the famous “Macarena”!
We hope you enjoyed them as much as we did!
And sorry for any technical problem which prevented you from watching clearly.
Here is the project anthem, EYCME anthem= Entrepreneurial Young Citizens of Modern Europe, performance courtesy of the Croatian team and lyrics by her teacher,
It was great to see it live in our “farewell online party”. Thank you!
Padlet with your ideas on the different topics suggested:
Materials created from the group “Taking action for Human Rights”
We’ve given out the following awards:
Social media for the NGO:
Yt: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFG4HQ8fb2ZA40xkViRExGw Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/helpczewa/ Circle of Silence
Zero Exclusion Project
Overview of the activity: We are all equal, but some are more equal than others. In this activity participants take on roles and move forward depending on their chances and opportunities in life.
Padlets with reflections by students
For the ones who couldn’t join our workshop in the evening, here’s what we talked about.
Typical dishes A walk around a city centre and some bites
A walk around the city centre of Malaga and some culinary stops Typical Spanish Food
Having some churros
Recipes of some traditional dishes prepared by our students:
Some special dishes for Málaga:
Try out this Kahoot to check how much you know about food! Challenge opened until Thursday at 12 pm.
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Because it’s very difficult to see each other in a little square on the screen, I suggest sharing our faces in some other way. How about getting a selfie and comparing it with our Picasso portraits from this morning?
Here is where we can upload our portraits to get to know each other better and to have a laugh. Check it out and contribute!