Four students from class 3ap, participants of the eTwinning project Smart Cities Now and in 2040 took part in the Digital European Youth Exchange organised by Think Europe Bad Marienberg (Germany).
From the 9th to the 12th of August, 16 participants from Romania, Greece, Spain and Poland connected on Zoom conferences to be a part of the digital collaboration. The purpose was to encourage students from various European countries to integrate, expand language abilities and exchange knowledge and opinions.
They participated in multiple activities such as energising games, storytelling, singing, choreography contest and more. They could experience a digital tour around Brussels or a „world cafe” – the time when youth could discuss hot world topics and share their impressions.
The ending Workshop task allowed them to present a topic of choice. The gathering was a great new experience and a way to get to know not only other people but also yourself – all in a digital world.
Weronika & Aleksander