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Report on the Kézdivásárhely Station of the “Innovative Curriculum” Youth Exchange


Between January 22nd and 28th, 2024, the Green Sun Association in Kezdivasarhely hosted an international project, during which young people from Turkey, Hungary, and Spain spent a week in the craft city. Photos from the event can be viewed on the Green Sun Association’s Facebook page!

The Erasmus+ project, named Innovative Curriculum, is not just a single mobility event but a project running over several months, hosted by participating countries. The first phase took place in Turkey in December 2023, followed by the hosting of young participants by the craft city members in the latter half of January. In April, they will visit Hungary, and the project will conclude in late May in Spain. The primary objective of the youth exchange is to improve the participants resumes through personal training sessions, curriculum materials, and self-learning of computer applications, while also promoting teamwork and its transnational dimension.

During the project activities, young people will learn about 8 computer applications that enhance their curriculum level. This self-learning involves researching the applications independently and self-realization within the group, with each country responsible for two applications. In mid-December, and Duolingo were highlighted in Adana, Turkey. In Kézdivásárhely, and were featured during the week. In addition to mastering the aforementioned applications, participants engaged in various team-building, ice-breaking games, competitions, and tasks to discover the most important sights of the craft city. They also learned a new sport, bowling, gained insight into the life of a Paralympian through Attila Oláh, visited the Bod Péter Tanítóképző (teacher training college), the Incze László Guild History Museum, and the Pharmacy Museum, and participated in and won medals at the winter amateur table tennis championship. The project’s goals were widely publicized on Profi Radio’s Friday program. The exchange was made possible with the support of the European Union under the Erasmus+ program.

Author: Attila Ráduly

Photos by: Fanni Bíborka Márton and Attila Balázs


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