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BioBread - description of project

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The 2007 economic crisis that hit Europe in 2007, can turn into a cradle for cultural barriers and extremisms and a recruitment place, above all for disoriented young people. Young unemployment is amongst one of the main issues in Italy (29%) , less in Romania (16%) and in Slovenia (9,7%), emerging European Countries.

Italy is the Country with the lowest GDP growth rate (0,9%), Slovenia and Romania (4,5% and 7,3%) are experiencing quite high level of GDP growth rates, due to the start of less developed contexts’, on which the impact of the public policies turns out to be greater. At the same time, it is spread out a return to the production pre-industrial ways and the consumption.
This process, that revolves around the idea of sustainable development, is having an important role within the agricultural sector and it promoted the renaissance of traditional productive strategies and the rediscovery of raw products that were disappearing. The proliferation of typical products of Slow Food Associations is an example of this process: it is possible to mention Matera’s bread in Basilicata (produced only with durum wheat semolina) and the Caciocavallo Podolico (a cheese that is produced with a high quality milk and with an old traditional technique of the ‘stretched cheese’).

Leveraging on the cooperation between European Schools with the aim to allow the students to take part in training processes based on learning-by-doing is the Purpose of “BIO BREAD”, that aims at promoting a learning experience that may make students able to strengthen their sense of multiculturalism and their perception of diversity as a source of growth and innovation and to rediscover the value of agriculture as a community and survival practices that combines different populations.

Through the cooperation with Solski Center Novo Mesto, Colegiul Agricolsi de Industrie Alimentara “Vasile Adamachi”, the coordinating School, Vocational Institute of the services for agriculture and rural development “G. Fortunato”, aims at involving 96 students from III and IV classes , coming from the study fields for Agriculture and Rural Development, Food and Wine and the Marketing of Agricultural Products, in a learning path that will allow them to rediscover the community value of the Agriculture , its importance in terms of economic subsistence and its being common practice between populations, beyond social, cultural and linguistic characteristics.

The purpose is to allow to the student’s beneficiaries to develop entrepreneurial, multicultural and linguistic competences. Each school will start a path based on the traditional agriculture and on the re production of the whole process that goes from wheat to bread. At the same time, it will be centered around a strategy of marketing to be used, hypothetically for the bread that will be produced.
4 international Mobilities that will last for 4 days, will be expected (excluding travel days) in Italy, Romania, and Slovenia. Each single mobility will involve 27 students, about 18 international students and 6 from the Hosting Schools. 

The Mobilities will be an Exchange of views and common learning on the traditional and biological agricultural and the strategies of marketing, from a multicultural point of view. Following outputs will be realized: An -amateur video that will film the main steps of the process and that will be used as training tool by the involved Schools; -a publication of a kit-tutorial about the recipe of traditional and biological bread; - a publication of a kit tutorial of the created marketing strategies; -the realization by each School, of a final event of bread’s tasting of the bread, where other students, families, other Schools, SlowFood Associations, economic and institutional stakeholders will take part.

The project will have a strong and long-lasting impact on the involved students, allowing them to specialize in the process of wheat transformation to bread and in the creation of a marketing strategy ; -improve their linguistic competences ; -get the acquisition of a multicultural attitude, of openness and respect of cultural, ethnic, social and religious differences.

The project will also have following expected impacts: 
a) the acquisition of specialized competences of planning and management of international learning programs; -the improvement of didactic offer, towards the creation of learning programs based on learning by doing; b) the development of a detailed knowledge of e-Twinning, to be used as a tool of improvement and innovation; -a bigger knowledge of the local productive and economic reality related to agriculture.
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