I have always liked to work with children. Here in Cristuru Secuiesc I have 2 kindergarten where I go to give english lessons or where I just play with children. Eventhought the children are very small their language skill is much better than mine. Even when we don't speak the same language I have discovered that the body language solves mostly the problem.
People say that time flies fastest when you are experiencing best moments of your life. I don’t know how it happened but I can’t even realise that I already spent a month here in Romania, in our lovely city called Cristuru Secueisc. It looks like I just entered through the doors of the huge yellow house which looked so unfamiliar and big for me and now I am already calling this place home.
I spent about 2 weeks working on my project (the rest of the month we were at Team Building in Șiclod and On-Arrival Training in Bucharest). The 2 weeks were necessary to get a feeling of what the task is about. We haven't uploaded an article yet, because we needed this preparation. A lot of time was needed, for example, to understand how the website works. Now I know how to work as an administrator "behind the scenes".
Our first pedagogic intervention with Aire, Julia and I had to be about recycling. Recycling... So many different ways to talk about this topic, so many linked subjects to it. With Aire, our main objective for this activity was first to sensibilize the youngest about the beauty of the environment and secondly warn them about the actual earth's state. Starting positively was for us essential.
Through the Erasmus + program and the organization of Anthropolis, we were present as Romanian participants in the Digital Storytelling Training, which began on October 6th in Budapest.
We started our trip in a drizzling, cold weather. From the passenger seat it’s easy to see what we had reached and left almost immediately: villages, hills, hills, villages, forests in orange color, gypsy palaces – then, old houses on winding streets looking at us from bunch of grapes. Finally, we’ve arrived at Siklód.