- International project “Support for the integration of general education schools young people in the labor market of Baltic states in the priority economic sector”
European economics project for youth according to the program NordPlus.
Period: May 2014 – November 2015
Partners: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania
The following competition is announced for this project:
- “What do you know about economics of Balti countries?”
- “What is needed to do that Estonia youth studied and worked in Baltic countries?”
- “What problems does youth have to find a working place according to education?”
To prepare essay, small research work, referat, paper or any creative work (applied work).
5 winners go to the summer camp to Riga.
The project manager: Veranika Shchura, student of economics subjects.
Contacts: Veranika Shchura, e-mail: email@example.com, tel 55583073
2. “History and music”
Partners: Estonia, Georgia.
The project competition is announced from January 2015:
To prepare any kind of creative work with usage of own ability and tools chosen and fantasy according to the project theme.
Project Manager: Romet Raag (he has music education), student of 10 class, Tallinn grammar school (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, tel 532 67 683)
Participants: students from 9 to 12 classes
3. “Master or entrepreneur?”
Deadline: 30 April 2015
4. The project “Debate for understanding”.
The project took place from 03/04/2018 to 11/04/2018 in Gauja, Latvia.
The overall aim and specific objectives of the project:
It will promote the idea of collaborative debating, by creating activities for youth that include this method for various application.
Main contents and activities of the project:
Training course in Gauja, Latvia.
“One of the activities that I will always remember of the ‘Debate for understanding’ course is the Air Balloon Activity that I organised together with two other participants. In this simulation, the participants are in an air balloon which is too heavy and only a few of the participants can stay in the balloon. The decision who will stay in the balloon and who has to go was made on basis of one-minute pitches given by the participants in which they answer the question ‘why do I deserve to be saved?’. The extra element was that the participants are not themselves, but represent a celebrity, fictional person or an object.”