The Portuguese team applied, collected and analysed the cultural questionnaire, which was created with the purpose to identify the target group’s stereotypes related to the countries involved in the present project.
Follow the Analysis-Cultural-Questionnaire-PORTUGAL link to download the analysis proposed by the Portuguese project team.
The Portuguese Team applied the stereotypes questionnaire to the target group.
The answers given by the Portuguese subjects as well as a detailed analysis of the results is available if you click here.
The fifth day of our encounter (24th of April 2015) was spent planning the activities to be done by both teachers and students. We gave a final touch to the requirements for the PowerPoint presentations to be done by students until the students’ meeting in October 2015.
We decided that each team should work on the book on stereotypes and on the lesson plans until the third teachers’ meeting in Lithuania, in September 2015.
Once again we filled-in an assessment questionnaire on the project meeting. The results were analysed and discussed at a group level. They were made available online by the Portuguese team coordinator.
At the end of the day, the hosts gave certificates of attendance to all teachers present at the second meeting of the project Building a New Europe against Stereotypes.
The fourth day of our encounter (23rd of April, 2015) was dedicated to presenting and analysing the work done since our encounter in January..
To see the Romanian Team mini-dictionary click on English-Romanian Mini-Dictionary.
To see the Portuguese Team mini-dictionary, click here.
To see the Turkish Team mini-dictionary click on
To see the Lithuanian Team mini-dictionary click on
To see the online magazine made by the Romanian Team, please click here.
To see the PowerPoint presentation made by the Romanian team click on
To see the calendar made by the Portuguese Team, please click here.
Late in the afternoon, the hosts had a nice surprise for us: a short cultural visit to Amasya, a place where history was written.
The third day of our project meeting was dedicated to planning the book on stereotypes which would be the work of the teachers involved in the present project.
We all agreed on the following book structure:
-definitions given to the concepts of stereotypes and prejudgements by renowed researchers in the domain.
Chapter 1- Literature Review
-studies, articles and books written by Romanian, Portuguese, Turkish and Lithuanian researches on the topic of stereotypes, prejudgements, discrimination and fight against them at school and society level
Chapter 2– Presentation and Analysis of the Stereotypes Questionnaire
Chapter 3– Presentation and Analysis of the Cultural Questionnaire
Chapter 4– Lesson Plans
-lesson plans on stereotypes created by each partner
-the lesson plans will be sent to the partner school where a certain stereotype is widespread among school members (for example a lesson plan on “Romania is a Democratic Country” will be sent to the other schools, to be applied during History or Social Science classes)
-photos taken during the classes on stereotypes
-students’ and teachers’ opinions
-further actions and development
The day ended with an evening visit to the nearby city of Samsun, located on the Black Sea shore.
The second of our project meeting (April 22nd, 2015) was dedicated to presenting and analysing the results of the questionnaires which had been distributed to students, teachers and non-teaching staff belonging to the partener schools.
We observed that adults had more prejudgements than teenagers, but knew more about the culture, history and geography of the project countries.
Coordinators Presenting their Team’s Work
To see the stereotypes questionnaire click on
To see the cultural-history-geography questionnaire click on
To see the results and the analysis of the stereotypes questionnaire (Romania) click on
To see the results and the analysis of the stereotypes questionnaire (Portugal) click on
To see the results and the analysis of the stereotypes questionnaire (Lithuania) click on
To see the results and the analysis of the stereotypes questionnaire (Turkey) click on
The Turkish team also presented a very nice and original PowerPoint presentation on stereotypes and moral values of the Turkish people. To see this project product, please click on MORAL VALUES PRESENTATION.
The second meeting of our project took place in the beautiful town of Çarşamba, Turkey.
April 20th was our first day of work. The project teams met at the Yil Anadolu Saglik Meslek Lisesi, the hosting institution. The guests were welcomed by a group of students who performed a beautiful, tradional, Turkish dance.
After having a taste of the spicy Turkish cuisine, the visting teams had the opportunity to visit Yil Anadolu Saglik Meslek Lesesi and its surroundings. We saw modernly equipped classrooms, we met friendly students and fellow teachers and we received more information on the organization of Turkish schools.
The coordinators of each team met the local authorities and discussed about various aspects related to the educational system of each country.
Click on Programme-of-the-meeting-teachers to download the programme of the week.