GenZ Building Culture

eTwinning project: GenZ Building Culture

Project summary:

The main focus of this project are today’s youths, the so-called Gen Z, born between 1996 and 2012. The public heralds them as hyper-connected and technologically savvy, aware of environmental problems, human behaviour, and mental health issues. But how do they perceive themselves, impact local culture, and shape their worldviews?

By taking a closer look and doing a variety of cultural activities that put into focus who Gen Z are, what their role in the modern world is both as individuals and a part of the generation, how they cope with tradition and local customs, and what trends shape their everyday lives, we hope to come to a greater understanding of their concerns and motivations, and ultimately, celebrate their values and beliefs.


By the end of the project participants should:

– be able to use digital tools such as Canva, Padlet, etc
– develop skills of digital communication
– practice and improve their English language skills
– develop cooperative skills by successfully working in (multinational) teams
– promote local customs and traditions and learn more about other nations’ cultures
– cultivate cultural awareness
– develop artistic creativity (drawing, photography, collage)

Expected results

– Participants will be active in all the tasks and share and exchange their work on twinspace and other platforms;
– Promote local customs and traditions by presenting local dances, folk costumes and national dishes, and learn about the national heritage of other countries (and areas);
– Discover new cultures and lifestyles of young people around Europe;
– Create an online picture gallery and share images by participating in activities such as Graffiti mapping, Slice of life or #ootd;
– Embrace cultural diversity and creativity of Generation Z

Partner Contributions: 

#active participation


#respect and trust

#co-ordination of activities

#on-time communication

#monitoring and evaluation

The project logo is a result of students’ work and all participants voting for the best one!

Project partners:

Technical School Slavonski Brod_Croatia (project coordinator)


Escola Secundária Henrique Medina, Esposende_Portugal

Ekonomska škola Požega_Croatia

Tekman Çok Programlı Anadolu Lisesi, Tekman_Turkey


Zespół Szkół Zawodowych w Grybowie,Grybów_Poland

Obrtnička i tehnička škola Dubrovnik_Croatia

Kocatepe Anadolu Lisesi, Afyonkarahisar_Turkey

Project coordinators:

Jadranka Junačko, mag.bibl.

Josipa Tomljanović, Art history/ English teacher

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