Dissemination event in Romania – PNS

Mara, a teacher and youth worker from Romania, recently took part in the international Erasmus+ project, Prepared Not Scared. This experience was so impactful that she felt compelled to share it with her students.

After returning in her city, she organized a session at her school. She spoke about her time abroad, the people she met from different countries, and the new teaching methods she learned. The main message she wanted to convey was the importance of being prepared and proactive, especially in today’s fast-paced world. 

Moreover, the primary topics Mara delved into was the importance of being ready for unforeseen events. She discussed the different types of natural disasters, their potential impacts, and the importance of having both individual and community plans in place. Mara emphasized the role of the youth in shaping the future. She discussed strategies to empower young individuals, ensuring they have the tools and confidence to voice their opinions and effect change.

Drawing from her interactions with participants from various countries, Mara highlighted the importance of understanding and respecting different cultures. She shared anecdotes that showcased the value of cultural exchange in broadening perspectives. She also introduced her students to the concept of sustainability, discussing its three pillars: economic, social, and environmental. Mara emphasized the role of the youth in driving sustainable initiatives and the importance of making informed choices.

In addition, Mara also discussed the broader goals of the Erasmus+ program, emphasizing its focus on European cooperation and youth mobility. She encouraged her students to be curious, to seek out learning opportunities, and to be ready for future challenges.

The session ended with a Q&A, where students showed keen interest in the Erasmus+ program and how they could get involved. Through her story, Mara hoped to inspire her students to embrace international learning experiences and to always stay prepared.

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