All partners were involved in the production and the dissemination of the project results: Virtual bulletins/ walls were created with Smore – by all the partners; The opening of the project International Conference was held face-to-face, on 19th February 2020 at Galati, Romania with indirect participation of the partners who sent videos with greetings and…

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Common activities made so far:
– the opening of the project International Conference held on 19th February 2020 at Galati, Romania with indirect participation of the partners who sent videos with greetings and
introductions, where local media and local school teachers were present.
– FIRST PROJECT MEETING at BRASOV -25 -29th FEBRUARY, 2020 where various aspects have been discussed: the presentation of the participants and of the project and setup
of the project agenda and further activities;
– Logo and poster contests where students uploaded their work on etwinning and the best were chosen by vote.
– International Language Day video shooting;
– Codeweek where students had to draw sweets using different pixel art, mandala, using any innovative and artistic IT tool. For all the activities here we got the Certificate of
Excellence for our project;
– a Kahoot realized by the coordinator and played by students on a common meeting on 9th February 2021 on Safer Internet Day.
Collaborative products made so far:
– Our final main product, the EU Sweets Booklet, which we decided to make it bigger as initially established was started and the first chapter was finished. It was created with
Storyjumper and it can be accessed here https://www.storyjumper.com/book/read/98995946/603220f864812. We decided to start writing it now as it should have been started
during C2 blended mobility and not to lose time. During C 1 and C2 mobilities we will continue working at it. We will write it as a many-chaptered one and the first chapter was about
Christmas and New Year’s Day recipes made by students. We will add chapters as important holidays and events will come in each country. We have different religions: Orthodox,
Catholic and Muslim and consequently, we will have separate chapters with unique holidays but worth adding them. It will be a complete guide with recipes and pictures which can
also be used as a didactic tool.
– 1st Year Activities Newsletter made with Canva, where every partner completed their part with their local activities. The coordinator completed the common ones.
– Common Needs Analysis with the teachers’ and students’ needs about social inclusion and personal development was made in each institution and then a common analysis
report at the partnership level was realized by the coordinator together with the Portuguese partner to be used for the staff course in Portugal (C4). Based on the report, the
organizers and facilitators will draw the outline of the course to be held, when it is possible, hopefully this summer. It is uploaded on our website.
– Students’ Chatterpix and Voki introductions published on our WhatsApp group and etwinning.
– 2021 Calendars made by students using PhotoFunia and uploaded on etwinning and whatsapp group.
– A common video called Sweet Taste of Languages, made with Animo, containing one traditional recipe from each country both in English and in their native language and
uploaded on Facebook page of the event LinguaFest IX Week 2020 and on youtube at https://youtu.be/OTIPLQy9BxA.
– etwinning project where every partner completes the Pages with their activities.
– a Linoit with students’ Christmas and New Year’s day wishes
– an Emaze virtual exhibition with the project activities
– project website and blog
– Facebook page
Local activities:
– Erasmus Days events in Romania (Galati and Brasov) and Turkey
– Codeweek activities in each school
– Halloween sweets/artistic/pumpkin contests in Romania (Galati and Brasov)
– Sweets preparation videos made at school or at home before and during winter holidays – all the partners
– Sweets cooking demonstrations by the older students – Italy
– Children’s Rights Day, 20th November Webinar (Galati)
– Smore virtual bulletin – all the partners
– International Tolerance Day webinar – Galati
– World Disability Day activity which tried to raise awareness on tolerance and acceptance and non-discrimination – Galati
Zoom online meetings were held with the local coordinators, a Facebook page was created https://www.facebook.com/Sweets-Taste-Along-Europe-109620410536274, a website
was realized on https://sweetstaste.wordpress.com/ where we uploaded all the activities and products, a blog was also made https://sweetstaste.wordpress.com/blog/, a WhatsApp
group was created, with 134 participants at the moment, both teachers and students, from all the countries, where socialization was made and recipes were exchanged, etwinning
project registration which can serve as a website as everything is uploaded there, too. We got the parents’ permits for all the students involved in the project to publish their work or
image on the internet.

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Final Products

Sweets Booklet – a collection of traditional sweets from all the partner countries on different holidays/ events created with storyjumper- The first chapter completed. https://www.storyjumper.com/book/read/98995946/603220f864812 1st Newsletter – with the 1st year activities Emaze virtual exhibition https://www.emaze.com/@AOTIWWTQZ/sweets-taste-along-europe?autoplay European Language Day video – a bilingual video with traditional recipes from all the partner countries, also uploaded…

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Project Description

Norms, traditions, values, ways of life and concepts are transmitted only through socialization, being necessary for the integration of the individual into the groups to which he belongs. So, socialization is the process by which a child learns the thinking, norms, values, ways of participating in social life, rationalizing possible consequences, responsibility and ultimately learning to become more mature. Socialization influences personality, transforming it, shaping it and helping it to adapt. In turn, personality influences socialization, thus building a pre-existing exchange between the two.

In this regard, the partnership „SWEETS’ TASTE ALONG EUROPE” is aimed to facilitate the social inclusion by cooking for trainees and trainers, based on researching on various kinds of sweets and desserts from the partner countries, meaning traditional recipes, ingredients, raw materials, preparation, and cooking, etc. The participants will also exploit knowledge at the source, teachers will benefit from some training courses on personal development and social inclusion and students will experience socialization by acquiring- the ethnic/traditional cuisine and sweets eating habits from the partner countries, designed to stimulate their interest in learning and motivate them in continuing their studies, by experimenting sweet new experiences and approaches. Due to the fact that some of the project partners have experience and qualifications in this sector, the partnership will be a great opportunity for the participants to complete their professional training and their skills and abilities too, by taking part in practical demonstrations and experience exchanges during their mobilities in the participating countries.

Because by traveling, you can learn and socialize and as a result, you can make progress, the project aims are :

– increasing the social skills of students belonging to a target-group chosen from every partner by encouraging them to work in groups and by sharing results. Gaining experience and knowledge regarding the place of the desserts and sweets in modern and traditional cuisine, during the whole project we intend to multiply their chances to become active citizens of their countries and of EU. Students will research their own traditional sweets meaning by ingredients, tools, preparing, decorating, serving.

They will do an EU Sweets Booklet written in English and translated into all the participant countries’ languages with products’ description, recipes, and serving details.

– enhancing the teachers’ professional competence of setting-up and teaching by workshops on personal development and motivation. Every partner institution identified internal needs by analyses addressed to teachers and students. Teachers’ training will be done at the partnership level with the purpose of implementing personal development and motivation. The trained teachers will share their learning in their own schools during workshops. In each participant school. The target group will be composed of at least 50 students from each participating school. The students will be from 15 to 17 years old.

– decreasing the schools’ dropout rates by promoting learning to learn. Making together, at the partnership level a study of good practices in cooking and serving based on local techniques and traditions may keep students’ interest alive. They will take part in IT use activities. Every partner will make a short film on local sweets that could be included in a gastronomical route throughout the participant countries. They will draw together a Europe’s Sweet Map with marks on points of interest to taste local sweets and desserts. Each mark will link to the films made by every partner. Enhancing the students’ abilities to use specific ingredients and flavors to prepare sweets and desserts from partners’ countries cuisine may be realized during 1st BLM where they have to learn to prepare other country’s sweets. Before leaving, they will research the partner countries’ cuisines. Then, they will be taught by a chef from the partner institution, how to prepare and serve sweets. A commission of experts from the host country will award them a recognition of their social skills

Students (Ss) will:

– develop abilities in finding solutions as a consequence of applying new technologies to make traditional products as a means of socialization,

– improve the quality of the education by sharing best practices among partners,

– acquire new knowledge in becoming desirable and more self-confident by participating in practical activities such as preparing desserts

Teachers will:

-enhance their knowledge on social inclusion of excluded teenagers as a result of self-alienation and group rejection

 -improve their psychological and social skills

-upgrade their knowledge on non-formal activities meant to stimulate Ss’ motivation

– expand their teaching and mentoring knowledge and skills

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