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A peek into the virtual mobility atmosphere

The first virtual mobility on Political Participation by Romanu, Romania

A peek into the virtual mobility atmosphere
A peek into the virtual mobility atmosphere

From 15th to 19th March the students of 25 OU “Dr. Petar Beron” from Sofia in Bulgaria, Școala Gimnazială Romanu from Romania and Osnovna škola Odra from Zagreb participated in the first mobility in our project. It was held virtually due to the current circumstances. Virtual meetings were held via Zoom and students were accompanied by their teachers. They shared presentations on political systems and personalities, education systems, mass media and politics in general, collaborated to create a dictionary of democracy, acted as journalists at a professional gathering of teachers, but also had fun in group activities. Although students would certainly prefer to travel to Romania, this kind of mobility also managed to interest and cheer up our students while awaiting some better times.


An overview of the mobility activities can be found below, as well as the achieved outcomes and links to additional materials on Twinspace.



Welcoming moment

Director’s speech

Teams presentation – each partner presented themselves

School presentation – each partner introduced their school

Teamwork – activities for students through which they got to know each other

Presentation of the outstanding personalities in the history of the participating countries



Creating a dictionary – common words about active citizenship, democracy, responsibility

Presentation of the outstanding personalities in the history of the participating countries – each partner showed their presentation

Interactive comparison of the political systems and constitutions



Exhibition of photos of political leaders – each partner shared photos

Presentation of the educational systems – each partner presented




International Symposium – each participant presented inspiring teaching materials they use in their daily practice – students asked questions about the materials presented during the symposium

Seminar: Becoming Citizens in a Changing World

Workshop: Why is constitution important?



Lesson: Mass-media

Presentations “The role of mass media during political campaigns”

Seminar: POLITICS3 – each partner presented their findings related to the political topic monitored for seven days through media

Presentation of digital tools to create educational resources

Closing session & Evaluation


Text author: Ana Serenčeš