MOBILITY (Learning teaching training activitys) – CROATIA
Last mobility with students were in Belom Manastir (Croatia) from 29 April to 4 May 2014. Throughout the week, students and teachers enjoyed discovering the beauty of Baranja and Slavonia. They met our city, our region and our school. The program covered topics from the project related to the symbols of protected species, geographic features and drinks. First working day 29.4.2019. pupils and teachers were guests at our school where we showed them the space of schools, students and teachers and organized a small welcome show. After that, the students stayed in the classes. They had the opportunity to see our school system and participate directly in it, and to use it in English. At the end of the classes, the pupils of the project participant, had workshops where they met with Croatian protected animals and made the rode on the magnet that they brought home as a souvenir.
During that time, the teachers visited a kindergarten in the city and the mayor’s office who told them something more about our city and region.
After lunch, we all visited the Ethnographic Center of Baranja Heritage and their Museum. There, the students of all countries prepared presentations on the theme of the given symbols. For the end of the day we also visited the church of St. Martin.
On Tuesday 30.4.2019. we had a whole day trip to Vukovar and Osijek. We visited the Museum of Vučedol culture with expert guides in English and the city of Osijek and most of its sights.
Wednesday 1.5.2019. was a day for a stay in nature because it was a non-working day in Croatia. The students spent the day with families on various excursions, and the teachers visited the ethnic village of Karancu, a monument to the Batina Battle, and then enjoyed a lunch and boat ride on the famous Baranja excursion to the Green Island.
Thursday 2.5.2019. we spent in Kopački rit nature park where we met with the boat by introducing protected animals. We went to the educational trail and watched the movie about Kopački rit. The second part of the day we spent in sports activities at the Zlatna greda excursion where students could go to the adrenaline park. A workshop on protected species was also held.
Friday was the last day and we attended the ceremony at the city’s cultural center, giving the certificates to all the participants. After a joint lunch, we were excited about each other.
On Saturday early in the morning participants took to their homes.
We had a great time spent together!
Adriana Traic Horvat