Martin Tasevski

Interview of the month: Martin Tasevski

Bellow you can read what Martin has to say about his Erasmus + experience.

Tell us something about yourself: who is Martin and what is he doing?

 My name is Martin Tasevski, I am from Skopje and I am a History professor in elementary school. 

On how many youth projects have you participated so far, and what have you learned from the experience?

I had been at least on five projects until now. From my personal experience and views I learned how to be more confident, friendly and communicative. 

Explain your Erasmus+ experience in 3 words.

New ideas, companionship, love.

What was the most interesting moment you had while on an Erasmus+ project?

I fell in love, I started dating and I married the girl. 

What is your favorite traditional food you have tried while participating on a project and where?

“Quiche“ (a tart filled with a savory, cooked custard) traditional French pie, I tried in Petrinje, Croatia and I never forgot it. 

Which part from Erasmus+ inspired you to do what you are doing now?

Maybe Erasmus+ did not inspire my profession, but has a big influence in my thoughts and how I see things right now.

How the knowledge/skills/attitudes acquired from participation in youth projects have been beneficial for you?

 I learnt a lot of non-formal educational methods that I constantly use in my daily job (school classroom).

What’s your passion in life?

Books, football and (a last few months) healthy food. 

What accomplishments are you most proud of?

I am happy. I have a great family and a lot of true friends from everywhere.

How this Covid 19 time has affected your life, and what have you done to grow during this year?

I start to care more for my health, I do a lot of research on this subject and I respect my body more than usual. 

What would you say to motivate other young people to take part in youth projects? 

Sapere Aude or “Dare to know“! Give change to yourself for new things, for new knowledge and new experience and DARE to take part in Erasmus+ projects and I know that you will never regret. 

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