19 Jan 2010

Primary school "Ljupce Nikolic" from Aleksinac, ENECA NGO and LEDIB Programme representatives will sign MoU for the pilot project "Pupils’ Entrepreneurship – Modern Teaching Devices in Promotion of Youth Entrepreneurship – continuation" at "Ljupce Nikolic" Primary school premises, on Tuesday, 19.1.2010, at 10 o’clock. Актуальная информация femme slave на нашем сайте.

 

General objective of the project is to promote entrepreneurship spirit among primary school pupils so they could be better informed on ways of good business idea recognizing, advantages of business planning and management, good use of finances in order to successfully implement business ideas, how to use internet for business purposes and which institutions to address in order to turn a good business idea into the real business.

 

Specific objective of the project is promotion of entrepreneurship and craftsmanship so that pupils could decide on their future educational directions – General Education High School or Vocational School.

 

Target groups:

  • Pupils of the Primary School final years (seventh and eight)
  • Primary School Teachers

 

Main project activities are:

  • Acquiring and installing the contemporary teaching device – Active Board and additional equipment
  • Implementation of the Introductory seminar on Youth Entrepreneurship
  • Implementation of Training Curriculum on Youth Entrepreneurship that would last for eight months, from November 2009 to May 2010.
  • Training for teachers of Ljupce Nikolic Primary School from Aleksinac on Active Board use, and other types of support in order to introduce modern teaching devices and methods to them
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