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EU4mE&U- project disseminating Euro activities in 2018/19 & encouraging youth participation- School Debate Club of the Secondary School of Economics in...Slavonski Brod,the largest city on the EU border, the city of "kravata", (Ivana Brlić-Mažuranić's) fairy tales... & proEuropean youth,Croatia,the land of "kravata", "bajadera" chocolate, "kulen", the Adriatic...

The best Croatian project for the youth with European dimension

EUROPEAN WEEKS AT SCHOOL & IN LOCAL COMMUNITYIn December 2018 the school became an official partner of the European Vocational (Skills) Week.Students helped their teachers decorate the school entrance hall and disseminate students' and teachers' proEuropean activities:- teachers' mobilities in the period July – December 2018 (London, UK; Riga, Latvia);- students' mobilities (to come) in the period July 2018 – February 2019 (Bideford & London, UK; Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria; Krakow, Poland; Ommen, Holand);- K1 Erasmus+school projects;- eTwinningschool projects;- debate-club activities...The activities were also disseminated on the school's website: Euro Vocational Week,in the national School Paper & on the national school website: Euro Vocational Week national levelThe European Week (7 - 9 May 2019) was celebrated at school & in the local community. The Europe House in Slavonski Brod, Croatia, organised a 3-day International Youth Parliament that brought together more than 100 youths from 11 European countries, young debaters from the Secondary School of Economics included.12 young authors of the most creative videos in the national #EDIC Croatia #ThisTimeIamVotingvideo contestwere awarded prizes and certificates. The youth set up & presented European Parliament election campaigns... and joined a debate tournament... discussing the future of Europe & offering possible solutions to environmental, educational, social and other problems in the EU.

ETWINNING PROJECTS & GROUPSIn Sept 2018 the debate-club teacher started and registeredeTwinningproject Every Vote Counts with project partners fromGermany, Belgium and Italy (with an intention to motivate students to participate in the EP elections in May 2019). In April 2019 the project won a Euro prize as one of the best European projects in 2018& was nominated for the national quality label. The prize - certificates for eTwinners... and some nice class materials... plus a 100,00EUR voucher to spend on Amazon.com...Disseminating eTwinning project Every Vote Counts at schoolIn Dec 2018 Ss and the T joined eTwinning project ValuEntrepreneurship for Our Community- the purpose is to discuss (social) entrepreneurs(hip) in local & (inter)national community and boost Ss' (proactive) entrepreneurial thinking. In March 2019 the project was chosen as the best national project in Turkey& will soon be nominated for the (Croatian & European) national quality label.Another eTwinningproject - EU Debate was joined in March 2019 with the purpose to encourage European youth to discuss Euro policies and the future of the EU.The debate-club teacher also joined eTwinning groups Flipped ClassroomandEntrepreneurship in Education where most of the EU4mE&Uactivities were disseminated.In May 2019 the debate teacher joined an eTwinning Learning LabEventDigital Augmented Stories. She learned how to integrate AR in her lessons and eTwinningprojects, how to use collaborative tools to create digital and boost students' motivation.On 9 May 2019 eTwinning Day was celebrated at school. English & German teachers organised an interactive presentation & a workshop for students where all eTwinningschool projects were presented and more Ss invited to join the school eTwinning team.

PEER TEACHING/LEARNING ON EUOn 24 Jan 2019 Dajana Ivičić and Leon Kiseljak held an interactive presentation for the students of our school (aged 17-18) EU4mE&U – mE&UinEU.The students did a Kahoot quiz with a fact file about EU (institutions). Having seen they do not know enough, they listened to their peers' lecture about the matter with great interest. Dajana and Leon stated benefits (for students and teachers) of Croatia being an EU member and disseminated proEuropean school activities in the period Sept - Dec 2018. They disseminated Clicking With Voters and eTwinning Every Vote Counts project sending a strong proEuropean message and encouraging students to take the stand and vote in the upcoming elections.In the period Feb – May 2019 individual students organised thematic workshops & presentations fortheirpeers in English-, Croatian-, Geography-, History-, Ethics- and Physical Education classes (depending on their skills and interests). They took teachers' roles, used digital materials & tools (e.g. Kahoot, Europeana, Historiana, Glogsters, Infographics, and HyperDocs) to prepare their lessons/ presentations, share European cultural heritage and international understanding, encourage active European citizenship and teach their peers European values. On the Europe Day & eTwinning Day(9 May 2019) Ss/ eTwinnershelped their teachers present eTwinningschool projects & invite other Ss to join the school eTwinningteam. Andrej Has presented the video about the school, logos & Vokiscreated for the eTwinningproject ValuEntrepreneurship for Our Community.Later on he organised an eTwinningworkshop for his peers teaching them how to create a Vokiand add a digital/visual value to theireTwinningprojectsNikolina Mrkonjić presented her Genially presentation about Mate Rimac & sent a message to her peers & teachers about the importance of developing entrepreneurial mindset in education.

GETTING READY FOR THE EUROPEAN ELECTIONSOn April 17, 2019 the students of the Secondary School of Economics officially started School (European Parliament) Voting Campaign. Digital eTwinning (Every Vote Counts) project materials were printed to disseminate project work & European onlinecollaboration. Ss decorated the school entry hall sending a proEuropean message: ThisTime I am Voting - Every Vote Counts!The campaign stopped for a week (due to a spring break) but continued in May 2019. New digital materials were created & posted in eTwinningproject Every Vote Counts in the European Week (Every Vote Counts GIF, Glogsters, Inforgaphics ...). Common eTwinningmaterials were exhibited...Glogster Every Vote CountsDuring the European Week young debaters worked on eTwinning EU Debateproject, used their teacher's learning scenario & eTwinningmaterials to learn about the EU & prepare for the Debate Tournament during the International Youth Parliament... Etwinning& Europe Day were celebrated at school. European Week at schoolOn 10 May 2019 Ss & teachers joined the EP Ambassador School Programme's Europe Day celebration... and the school's activities in the European Week were promoted on its Facebookpage EPAS fbOn 15 May 2019 at 9pm CET representatives from different political parties took part in a debate at the European Parliament...tackling important issues such as climate change, tax unfairness, social & gender inaquality & injustice, strong & united Europe "standing firmly against Trump & Putin"...Eurovision EU Debate was broadcast all over the EU. Young debaters & their teacher followed the debate on Facebook... They used the opportunity to shape their opinion on the future that they want... learning an important message:THE POWER COMES FROM YOU!GO OUT & VOTE IN THESE ELECTIONS!NEVER LET YOURSELF BECOME INDIFFERENT! Young debaters sent a final message to their peers... having watched two CDs Discover the EU with EuroParlTVabout Gallileo, Cloning etc..., having decorated the school panel & sharing info on why vote...Hrvoje Birtić created a video disseminating proEuropean activities within theEU4mE&Uproject during the school election campaign (getting ready for the European Youth Charlemagne Prize 2019 in Aachen, Germany : Video EU4mE&U for Charlemagne Competition AachenHopefully, by 26th May 2019, a large number of students (aged 18) will have been aware of a shared sense of European identity and opt to fulfill their European duty and vote for the European Parliament representatives in the upcoming elections.

MORE THAN COMPETING - #ThisTimeIamVotingCreative students (Hrvoje Birtić & Leon Ferić, followed by 25 other Ss) started the school year by creating a video to join a European contest & encourage Ss to VOTE on the upcoming European elections (in May 2019)... They won no prize BUT felt SUPERproud...1st video ThisTimeIamVotingIn Feb-March 2019 Hrvoje & Leon (followed by 6 other Ss) created another video... for another national contest... using the props originally created by former Ss. They sent the message: Every Vote Counts - mE & U together 4 better EUand won the prize - the video was chosen (by Europe Direct Croatia)among the best 10 in Croatia! Its author Hrvoje B.was awarded the certificate on 7 May 2019 (the 1st day of the International Youth Parliament in his hometown) andwill travel to Bruxelles to visit EU institutionsin the 2nd part of 2019!!!2nd video ThisTimeIamVoting

LOCAL, REGIONAL & INTERNATIONAL PANEL DISCUSSIONSON THE (FUTURE OF) EUIn Sept 2018 young debaters started cooperation with the Europe House in Slavonski Brod which organised panel discussions, meetings and learning experiences to encourage youths to take part in local, regional and (inter)national government entities.In Oct 2018 a group of European volunteers paid a visit to the school to promote the Europe House's project activities and encourage youth voluntarism and free foreign-language learning (organised by European volunteers). Young debaters discussed opportunities for the youth living in rural and urban areas of the City in the Technical School Slavonski Brod... and the future of Europe and Slavonia (an underdeveloped Croatian region where Slavonski Brod is situated) in the City Library. (They met Biljana Borzan, a Croatian European Parliament Member.)Eight debaters participated in two panel discussions in Osijek, Croatia (19 Nov 2018). The 1st was a part of the EPM Voting Campaign: Voting for the European Parliament Members – My Vote Also Counts! The 2nd was a sum-up of the 1st five years of Croatia being an EU member: My 1st 5 in EU – The Future I Want.Young eTwinnerscreated a Tricision & started an onlinedebate with European partners on Why Ss should vote &How to Motivate Ss to Vote:Tricisions on Why VoteThe November panel discussion about the Future of Education (in Croatia and EU) in Slavonski Brod was also inspiring - the debaters had a lot to ask the guest panelists Ivana Maletić, a Croatian EPM; Vlado Prskalo, Croatian Education Minister's Adviser...Debates were held at school & in "Matija Mesić" Grammar School in the Anti-Addiction Month (Nov/Dec 2018).In the European Week (7 - 9 May 2019) young debaters participated in the International Youth Parliament Session & the Debate Tournament on the Future of Europe. More than 100 youths from 11 European countries joined the Parliament organized in the Youth Center by the Europe House in Slavonski Brod, Croatia. Affirmation & negation cases were built upon 5 topics:1. Europe should move at five speeds;2. EU-membership contributes to the wellbeing of me and my family;3. Immigrants contribute to the economic growth and prosperity of European countries;4. The EU has started to care about the environment at the right time;5. Young entrepreneurs of small countries are succeeding in the EU.:Most of the school debate club activities were disseminated on the school's website:European Week, in eTwinningprojects & the school paper (pages 19-22): School Paper

PROEUROPEAN CROATIAN YOUTH... young debaters from the City/Homeland of Kravata..., the biggest city on the EU border...who have just started writing the Book of Success:One can not teach/learn how to be(come) a European citizen. One has to live it!WE WON A NATIONAL CHARLEMAGNE PRIZE IN AACHEN, GERMANY (28 May 2019)This is us... and our EU4mE&Uproject video: European Charlemagne Competition in AachenSome links to read about the event:CARNET-ov nacionalni skolski portalFenix Magazin najcitaniji hrvatski portal izvan domovinebrodski Sbplus portalbrodski BrodportalEkonomsko-birotehnicka skolaMedjunarodni portal Hrvatski Glas BerlinIn the future these project activities – and all the participants, particularly members of the youth – will serve as role models for young people living in Croatia & Europe, offering practical examples of Europeans living together as one community. Hopefully, this project will result in the future Erasmus+K2 partnership.

EUROPEAN DAYS AT SCHOOLIn Sept 2018 Ss celebrated the European Day of Languages. They helped their teacher organise an online Latvian (language and culture) course & workshop for students and thus prepare for her business trip (eTwinning contact seminar in Riga, Latvia).Maja Poljarević promoted her blogging activities and a group of students' English-summer-course-in-Devon experience: Only Maja blogDajana Ivičić promoted her English-language-and-culture-learning London experience:Euro Day of Landuages & Dajana LondonIn April the World Entrepreneurship Day was celebrated in eTwinning &at school. Ss and their teacher (eTwinner) worked on their eTwinningproject... chatting with their European partners, working on their joint Tricision, presenting local/national entrepreneurs, new digital presentation tools & learning the importance of developing entrepreneurial mindset in education. Croatian student Nikolina Mrkonjić presented the work of Mate Rimac, a world-known Croatian entrepreneur... using a new digital tool... Genially Presentation Mate RimacOn 9 May 2019 eTwinning Day& Europe Day were celebrated at school. The Europe House representatives paid a visit to the school presenting #ThisTimeIamVoting& #Clicking WithVoterscampaigns, teaching Ss about the EU institutions, particularly European Parliament & inviting them to vote on the upcoming European elections.Ms. Maja Mišić & Božica Sedlić promoted voluntary activism & active citizen participation among students, as well as the necessity to be mobile and learn foreign languages. An EU quiz was organised & the best Ss were rewarded. Later on an eTwinningworkshop was organised for the Ss. English & German teachers eTwinnerspresented active school projects & invited Ss to join the school eTwinningteam.

STUDENTS' EUROPEAN EXPERIENCEA group of students joined an English(language & culture) summer course in Bideford &London, England (27 July - 6 Aug 2018).As a youth representative of the Europe House in Slavonski Brod, Croatia, Dajana Ivičić joined the Citizens' Panel in Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria (28 - 31 Oct 2018) as a part of the Clicking with VotersEU project. The project's overall objective is to empower European citizenship and encourage youth involvement in the democratic life of Europe.Seven representatives of the Europe Direct Information Center Slavonski Brod (Dajana Ivičić included) attended international workshops and activities (3-8 December, Krakow, Poland) and tried to set up a 5-month campaign to encourage more active youth participation on the following EP elections as a part of the Clicking With Voters project.Maja Poljarević and Josipa Bitunjac joined the European Youth Summit/ project Just Arrange Itin Holand (14-25 February 2019), where young people discussed European policies and ways to boost entrepreneurial thinking and employment ability of the youth. One (newly planted) tree in Ommen has their names!Leon Kiseljak joined a European student training Adversity can be formidable occasions, a path of resiliencein Orvieto, Italy (16 - 26 May 2019). He will be back in Italy in Oct 2019 to become a youth (imigrant) trainer...Dajana, Maja & Josipa participated in two radio (phone-in) showsafter their Europeanmobilities. Their experiences were disseminated on the school's website, in eTwinningprojects & the school (digital) paper (pages 20-22): Bulgaria Poland Holand in the school paper

TEACHERS' EUROPEAN EXPERIENCE10 Ts (the debate-club teacher included) attended K1 Erasmus+seminar Developing Entrepreneurial Mindset in Educationin London, UK (1 - 5 July 2018):Ts in LondonThe debate-club teacher attended eTwinningcontact seminar Critical Thinking, Argumentation and Debate in eTwinning projectsin Riga, Latvia (18 - 21 October 2018):Debate -club T in RigaThe debate-club teacher (plus a colleague teaching English & German) joined two Massive Open Online Courses (Europeana in Your Classroom – Teaching 21st Century Skills & EVO Flipped Learning) in Jan-Feb 2019 on how to modernize her teaching process; she built her 1st learning scenario The Future of the EU (which will be adapted for Ss to use in their future debate sessions).In May 2019 the debate teacher joined an eTwinning Learning LabEventDigital Augmented Stories. She learned how to integrate AR in her lessons and eTwinningprojects, how to use collaborative tools to create digital and boost students' motivation.European seminar/eTwinning activities were disseminated & used within this project (to boost in-class, online& on spotlocalstudent communication & engagement.

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