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European Vocational Skills Week
Nyhet26 november 2020Generaldirektoratet för sysselsättning, socialpolitik och inkludering

E-student for a greener future

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© 2020, Nada Ratković

The aim of the project is inter-school cooperation of students with peers from related vocational schools, learning vocational subjects, encouraging critical thinking about sustainable development and developing digital and vocational competencies. Anja and Ema from Split explored the importance of the Marjan forest park as the 'lungs' of our city of Split, which Emperor Diocletian chose as the most beautiful place for his Palace, that we should treat responsibly today. Klara from Sinj tell as part of the school Eco Group, we conducted two activities: pulling out branches and nature without garbage in the park arround the school.Through this project we met new colleagues and strengthened communication, presentation, digital and vocational skills. These activities found a balance between digital and applicable green activities, These tasks include students' digital works on Padlet's digital boards. Student works https: https://bit.ly/38L87M4, //bit.ly/2KbEFo7, https://bit.ly/2KbEFo7.
Ivana Čikeš, School of Economics and Administration Split, Croatia
Jasenka Rašetina, Commercial and trade school Split, Croatia
Nada Ratković, High Vocational School ban Josip Jelačić Sinj, Croatia

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