‘How are you doing?’ – EU launches joint virtual Heritage lessons for schools from Belarus, Poland, and Ukraine

‘How are you doing?’ – EU launches joint virtual Heritage lessons for schools from Belarus, Poland, and Ukraine

March 3, 2021

Belarusian, Polish and Ukrainian schools in border areas between the three countries now have the opportunity to meet together in joint virtual lessons devoted to various aspects of cultural and historical heritage, with the support of the EU.

The project ‘How are you doing’ is organised by the EU-funded Cross-border Cooperation Programme Poland-Belarus-Ukraine. It aims to involve the young generation from the three countries in a common discussion about joint history and culture.

Schools from the cooperation area will apply together in a cross-border partnership (for example, a class from Poland and a class from Belarus or Ukraine). Lessons can also be organised for three classes (in the three countries).
The duration of lessons is 45 minutes (2 classes) or 60 minutes (3 classes). The communication is supposed to be in English, but the Programme, if necessary, will help with translations.

After the lesson, each participating school will receive a set of five high quality headphones with microphones.

The deadline for applications is 12 March.

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