Short-term exchange of students in ROMANIA

Between 23 and 27 January 2017, for five days, the Erasmus+ project “A Multi-Culturally Sensitive Generation” activities took place in Varias School, Romania. Throughout these activities, participants focused on religious stereotypes and on identifying ways and instruments to diminish their negative impact on society. Project activities involved 11 students from partner schools (from Poland, Italy, Latvia, Turkey and Slovenia), with their teachers, as well as 26 Romanian students from the project’s target group.

Final project product:

Religion is not a barrier !_brochure

Short-term exchange of students in ITALY

The short-term exchange that took place in Italy in November 2018 involved two students and one teacher from each partner school. In general, it aimed at improving the students’ personal knowledge of environmental stereotypes, reflecting and discussing about the acquired knowledge and their behavioral tendencies, finding solutions to face common inappropriate behaviors.

Final project product:

Handbook_lets turn prejudicies off


Short-term exchange of students in POLAND

During the short-term exchange of students in May 2017, in Poland, the learning activities were focused on the main theme: behavioural stereotypes – “US and THEMˮ. There were 4  main objectives of the short-term learning activities for students: students assimilated the knowledge on the topic ‘Behavioural stereotypes and biases that affect our lives’ by making research, they were engaged in the self-reflection process and used their own experience to familiarize with the subject, they took part in activities about experiencing bias. Also, the entire international group of students found similarities and differences in their perception of prejudices and behavioural tendencies.

Final project product:

Komiks poprawiony

Short term-exchange of students in LATVIA

In Blidene Elementary School, during the C6 activity, which lasted five days, students and educators worked on „Stereotypes about people with physical and/or mental disabilities”. The main objectives set for this short-term exchange of students were: to teach students to be in-depth through role play, workshops, discussions, activities, to discover the key competencies for the successful integration of people with special needs in a community / general education institution.

Final project product:


Short-term exchange of students in TURKEY

The short-term exchange of students in Turkey was carried out in March 2018. Form each partner country, two students and one accompanying teacher participated in this short-term exchange. The main topic of the learning activities carried out was “Stereotypes of learning styles in contrast with 21st century skills”. Throughout the learning activities, the main objectives were: to introduce traditional education models which are focused on learning a particular content for various subjects (e.g. math, science, language, art, and social studies); to provide all the participants with examples of new technologies that can be effectively used in the teaching-learning process; to allow the participants to compare traditional and modern learning methods and scenarios in order to highlight the advantages and disadvantages of each particular learning approach.

Final project product:

My little techbook

Short-term exchange of students in SLOVENIA

In the short-term exchange in Slovenia, the participants explored their prejudice and stereotypes towards the existing ethnies in their school. First, the stereotypes were identified through surveys among the local community and students. They analyzed the collected answers and prepared a short summary. Each country compared their answers and gathered information about other countries and their existing ethnical stereotypes. The awareness was then additionally raised at the workshop with students finding differences and similarities among different nations as well as within the same nation.

Final project product:

Mini dictionary_Slovenia