Reflexion Round 4

EYP-audio shortcut at the Budva meeting (recorded on 3rd July)
Cluster D – Social Responsibility and Entrepreneurship – Implications and inputs for school projects
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Reflexion Round 3

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Sustainable Development – Implications and inputs for school projects
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Reflexion Round 2

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Cultural Dialogue – Implications and inputs for school projects
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Reflexion Round 1

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Active Citizenship – Implications and inputs for school projects
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EYP-Cluster: Cultural dialogue

The following schools will cooperate: Kaufmaennische Schulen des BFI (Vienna, Austria) Ekonomosko Trgovinska Skola, (Bor, Serbia) Kaufmaennische Schule (Tuttlingen, Germany), Secondary School (Odessa, Ukraine).

On Mon 2nd July, the participants of this cluster were trained together with the people of cluster/Active citizenship. The workshop trainers were Danijela Petrovic and Radmila Gosovic. The topic was InterCultural Dialogue. During the workshop, the participants were trained to focus on understanding of influences of cultural differences and barriers during intercultural interaction and dialogue. The participants were divided into three groups that represented three different cultures. Especially, this simulation process inside the groups brought important inputs to the participants how to be aware of each other and how to solve issues.

 

EYP-Cluster: Active citizenship

The following schools will cooperate: High School Centre (Pale, BIH), Liceul Teoretic ‘ Mihail Sadoveanu’ (Moldova), Liceul Teoretic ‘George Calinescu’ (Romania), Secondary Mixed School ’17 September’ (Montenegro).

On Tue 3rd July, the participants of this cluster were trained together with the people of cluster/Cultural dialogue. The workshop trainers were Danijela Petrovic and Radmila Gosovic. The topic was Active citizenship and Liquid democracy. On the basis of different textes, the complex concept of Liquid democracy was explained by the participants themselves and presented to their colleagues. Afterwards, two groups were built in order to discuss the Pro and Contra in a very concise and informative form. The participants were trained to play roles, even if their personal opinion during the discussion was different to the position they had to argue. Due to these tools ‘Liquid democracy’ became more sharpened.

 

EYP-Cluster: Sustainable development

The following schools will cooperate in this cluster: Biotecnical School Centre (Naklo, Slovenia), Secondary School of Econimics (Cacak, Serbia), High School of Commerce „G.Rakovski“ (Varna, Bulgaria) and Kaufmaennische Schule (Geislingen, Germany).

On Tue 3rd July, the participants collected ideas (recycling, energy saving, energy production and consumption, media campagnes, energy effiency awareness). Experiences between schools should be exchanged. Furthermore, some examples of existing projects in the different countries were presented. The workshop trainers were Michael Poell and Azra Vukovic.

EYP-Cluster: Social responsibility and entrepreneurship – concepts and ideas

The following schools will work together in this cluster: Secondary mixed school „Beco Basic“ (Plav, Montenegro), Financial Banking College (Chisinau, Moldova), Superior School of Commerce „N.Kretzulescu“ (Bucarest, Romania) and Public Institution Secondary School of Economics (Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina).

On Tue 3rd July, proposals were collected for concepts and projects. In that phase it was important that ideas to be realized should come originally from the students and that we should not forget the aspect of cooperation between the schools and the implication of social responsibility. The workshop trainesr were Michael Poell and Azra Vukovic.