DIARY OF THE PROJECT
Our work on the eTwinning platform continued in May. Then we celebrated E-twinning day and carried on Collaborative work. As a final product, we managed to achieve our Intangible Heritage E-Magazine
The final products of the project were popularized in all partner schools, being used as support materials to raise awareness of the importance of cultural heritage and its conservation. Teachers and students participating in e-Twinning project activities have significantly improved their digital skills and shared this knowledge with the school community. All these things have been accomplished using presentations, noticeboards, websites, and project’s collaborative works – outputs.
At the end of the activities, all the team members were congratulated for their work and received the e-Twinning certificates.
More than that, all the partners received awards and recognition for the various technologies and applications that were used during project activities, such as: the eTwinning platform, Padlet, Canva, Google forms, YouTube, Google maps and view general.
In June, the teachers began the process of obtaining recognition for their work by taking part in a contest called The European Certification of Work Quality.
During the final assessment, we noticed that a lot of people appreciated and praised the numerous project partners who had collaborated in order to obtain excellent results. Everybody could tell that the members of project team expanded their knowledge concerning our partners Cultural Heritage and acquired skills in: communication in English, intercultural education, team work, and digital technology.
As a consequence, in July, August and September most of the members of our team who participated in this contest received European Quality Certificates.
In September we were already preparing for the first meeting to Iasi, Romania. Each group elaborated and sent materials for the digital map of the European Cultural Heritage, an important part of our project: „Digital Ambassadors of Cultural Heritage”. Each team focused on one of the following chapters: Heritage of Education, Heritage the of Migrants, Heritage of Traditional Lifestyle, Natural Heritage, Industrial Heritage.
The meeting in Iasi in October was enjoyable despite the difficulties and very strict rules that had to be followed due to the pandemic. Knowledge games, participants’ presentations, cultural visits, contests, shows, materials developed by the participants for the Digital Map, street games, visits to some tangible objectives of the UNESCO Cultural Heritage in the North of Romania, information exchange, all of the above contributed to the consolidation and development of the participants competences. Here are some results: Street games in Romania, Digital Map:
The participants decided to meet again at the schools in Bursa in order to acquire new experiences within the „Digital Ambassadors of Cultural Heritage” Erasmus + project.