After spending 5 wonderful days in one of the most beautiful cities in the entire world, it’s time to look back at how much we did over there.
Kati and Erika, coordinators in the host school prepared a programme full of activities ranging from chats to meetings and from workshops to hands-on experiences.
On our first day in Budapest, we were welcomed at one of the municipal buildings where weddings are held. We learned a lot about the neighbourhood and how it’s been transformed over the years. Poems about the participating cities were read, and one of our favourite activities took place: dark rooms. We had to learn how to survive as visually impaired or blind citizens.
Blindness was, in fact, one of the many difficulties we had to deal with. Moving on a wheelchair, deafness and other handicaps were also experienced.
Proper entrepreneurial skills were also worked. We created a comic strip for an online magazine and made a guide about helping the blind.
There was also time for some pure fun activities such as folk dancing a city tour and the farewell dinner.
Here’s an album with pictures if you want to find out more!
And here you can find the magazine edited with all materials produced by our students, before, during and after the mobility.
We look forward to meeting all the participants in Málaga very soon.
One of the activities of our project has been celebrating Europe Day. The activities we carried out included the following:
In-class workshops with Kahoot and Quizziz to learn about the EU institutions and countries, especially the ones we work with. We focused on Hungary, Poland and Croatia, our Erasmus+ partner countries.
Here are the learning materials we created and used:
Moreover, all participating Erasmus+ students from partner countries have engaged in an online debate on Twinspace about different cultural and social aspects of Europe.
Last but not least, we organized a dissemination activity at I.E.S. Pablo Picasso, Spain, during breaktime on that day. There, students had the chance to learn more about France (particularly Reunion Island) and Italy (particularly Sicily) with Séphora and Federica, the European volunteers at this school. They made posters with interesting facts and figures about their countries and brought some traditional food for us to taste. We also learnt about the etymology of the word “Europe” thanks to a poster realized by students from 4th B with the help of our Latin and Greek teacher.
Here you can see pictures from the event. Thank you for participating.
We’re back from our mobility in Poland. It’s been an intense and rewarding experience.
We’ve had a great time and we really appreciate the warm welcome we’ve received from our amazing hosts, Polish teachers and students.
It’s been a great opportunity to get to know new people, learn more about Polish culture. We’ve also had the chance to share our work on social entrepreneurs and mini-companies and raise our social awareness working with NGOs in Chestochowa.
As a sample, here’s a short video summarizing some of the activities during the mobility. It’s just a glimpse of how much we’ve worked and how much fun we’ve had!
And if you want to see more, check out the album with photos and videos of everything we did.
Thank you everyone involved. It’s been a real pleasure!
These past few weeks we have been very busy getting everything ready for our trip to Poland, where we will exchange our experiences with our European partners. Our next LTT activity in Poland is called “Local Social Entrepreneurs”.
There, we will analyze more in depth how we can develop our entrepreneurial skills. Every country will also share information from their research on local entrepreneurs.
Moreover, we will talk briefly about how the creation of our mini-companies is going.
It will be an exciting experience. We will keep you posted.
Finally, here’s a video to summarize our adventure:
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!).