Month: November 2022

Language learning to support active social inclusion – training course in Murzasichle, Poland

Training courses are always a good way to learn something new and exciting, share experiences with others and get to know people from other countries. This time, we share small moments from a training course in Murzasichle, Poland. The main goals of this project were to learn more about social inclusion in education and how […]

Language learning for active social inclusion: cultural exchange – a way to become fluent in another language

To learn something you have to come out of your shell and conquer the fear of being judged by others. The same applies when somebody is trying to learn a language. Although it is challenging and honest persistence requiring job, it is worth it – to know a language means to know the culture, to know new people […]

Language learning for active social inclusion: video gaming as a way to learn the language

There are various ways to learn a language, but have you hear that our everyday activities and hobbies can also be helpful?  You learn through experience – many say, and video games are exactly – adventurous, fun and engaging tools to help practice the language. Several scientific research studies have found that video games can help users […]

Language learning for active social inclusion: is social media a good learning tool?

It is estimated that on average a person spends two and a half hours on social media daily. This time can be spent on mindless scrolling and just passing time, but it can also be spent learning. Social media is used by language learners outside of traditional learning environments. Informal language learning through social media can occur through […]

HopaSus as a part of the European Week of Sports

The end of September, more precisely 23rd to 30th of September, is the period when many European countries take an active part in celebrating the European Week of Sports, an event initiated by the European Commission that aims to develop sports and physical activity. During the seven-day event, numerous sports events and challenges, workshops, conferences, […]

Another event in Marijampolė for Smart Democracy project

On November 11, in Marijampole, the second event of the Smart Democracy project took place and the debate method was successfully tested with Lithuanian youth once again. This event was attended by more than 10 brave people who decided to try the debate. During it, students learned to think independently by debating, justifying their opinions […]

“Fit to belong” project second result

The Fit to Belong Project was initiated in 2019 following publication in the UK of the results of a large-scale survey – the BBC Loneliness Experiment – that explored the role of belongingness in different cultures. In the publication, it was made clear that a lack of belonging was a common, and often confusing, experience […]

Eco Euth youth exchange

Participants from these seven countries made presentations about eco problems and then possible solutions for their countries. After these presentations international groups have made posters of their ideas how to resolve the existing eco issues, these included ideas for other Erasmus+ projects that the participants could make in the future. Young people have learned about […]

“Cultural heritage from past to present” – youth exchange in Turkey

Darius shares feedback about the project “Cultural heritage from past to present” in Turkey. For me personally, the project fulfilled all expectations. Time passed quickly and it was sad to go home. I have no complaints about the food. The food was of good quality and I did not feel hungry. Accommodation conditions were very […]