58 young Europeans from 7 countries (Spain, Croatia, Germany, Lithuania, Austria, Czech, Slovenia) meet for a week to exchange ideas about national and European politics. Together they are using the Internet creatively to make their voices heard and spread their ideas about their own future. The whole week is taking place at the Europa-Haus Marienberg. It is part of the youth programme think europe. The gathering is funded by the European Commission (Youth in Action).
Auswertung zum 4 tägigen Europaseminar (22.05-25.05.2012). 23 Jugendliche berichten von ihren Erfahrungen. Inhalte waren: Erstellung Digitaler Präsentationen zu den EU-Institutionen, Interaktive Timeline zum EU-Integrationsprozess, EU-Quiz (Google streetview) und ein ganztägiges @thinkeurope Planspiel.
Follow the international digital storytelling seminar on thinkeuropestories.
Let’s look back at what has happened today – our binational meetings first day. We started with the preparations for the think europe motor show, which of course climaxed in a very entertaining presentation session. We witnessed sale pitches, electric cars, european seatbelts, crap car metaphoric, chick magnets…
After an evaluation of that non-formal learning session new groups were formed and sent off to work on digital presentations. Topics: The European Institutions, European History etc. The results of these sessions will be published here tomorrow.
Please make up your group-minds and come up with a few sentences (7-8) about what you experienced. Use the commentary function below this post to publish your opinion. You are welcome to share everything that’s on your mind – negative remarks are just as welcome as positive comments.