img. from the Emaze album.
Students of ”Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev” Primary school, Razgrad, Bulgaria are happy to present their country in 1970s-80s and its Cultural Heritage through black-white photos, under the support of Erasmus + programme KA 201 “EUstudents in EUwonderland”.
By collecting and sharing family photographs, the pupils created a virtual album depicting stories about their parents’ lifestyle. Interaction and co-creation among young students is leveraged through photography. Easy-to-use apps backend the creativity, by getting students close to digital tools for storytelling.
“EUstudents in EUwonderland” is an Erasmus+ project dedicated to primary schools and provides various opportunities to develop individuality, curiosity and a breadth of interests. Students will participate in a full range of social, cultural, artistic and sporting activities to build students’ appreciation of European culture and arts.