Proiect ERASMUS+KA2  “Let’s shape our future together”,

cod 2019-1-DE03-KA229-059565_2


Throughout the whole project as well as during international workshops the students will work together in multinational groups which involves team work and problem solving. Dealing with the project topic on different lessons, such as: physics, biology, chemistry, social science, arts, literature, religion, is a better way to achieve an interdisciplinary approach. In this way also, the sense of a shared European identity will be strengthened and the knowledge of heritage will be introduced into school curricula. Preparing a vide range of presentations, articles and other project products, the students will have to delve deeper into our shared cultural heritage surrounding us, such as our towns, cities, natural landscapes, archaeological sites, literature, art, monuments, crafts or even food. These activities will help them define who they are and will strenghten their sense of belonging to a common European community. Working in multinational teams and discussing different topics, the students will learn how to identify and analyse problems and propose solutions for our five areas of interest. This way they will develop critical thinking, imagination as well as learn how to be creative. We have to discuss how to ensure the resources for the solutions proposed. During each international workshops in each participating school, the students will be hosted in foreign families for one week. They will share their daily life and activities and thus learn about cultural characteristics of their peers, discover similarities and differences and finally create common resources. This will make them learn a lot about other ways of life. Through this kind of experience they will improve their adaptation capacities and become more open minded to different European cultures. This is actually a creative way to use the past, aiming to change the future. Giving presentations to younger pupils will teach our students how to be responsible not only to save and protect their findings and ideas, be proud of them, but also to pass them to the young generations. They will also improve their communication skills in foreign languages.



  1. ”Kepler-Gymnasium” Tübingen, DE1 – BADEN-WÜRTTEMBERG Region, Germany

  2. ”Colegiul Național Petru Rareș”, Suceava, NE Region, Romania

  3. ”OgecDom Sortais”, Beaupréau, FR51 – Pays de la Loire Region, France

  4. ”Publiczne Liceum Ogolnoksztalcace Nr II”,  Opole, PL52 – Opolskie Region, Poland

  5. ”József Attila Gimnázium és Közgazdasági Szakgimnázium”, Monor, Hungary


The selection of the Romanian students from the target group of the project is based on the following sheet, which can be downloaded here.


CNPR Suceava