The local TV channel of Serbia (TV SUBOTICA) made and published a successful news about our project.
Our students had the opportunity to introduce our project at TOBB, which has a very important position in the business world during Ankara mobility.
*The Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Türkiye (TOBB) is the highest legal entity in Türkiye representing the private sector.
About The Project
Tomorrow’s students face an uncertain future full of complex global, social, and environmental issues. Our Project named “Let’s Make Ideas Happen” focused on developing real-world skills that help students to lead exceptional lives in a rapidly changing world. With our project,160 students and 53 teachers have been involved directly in learning activities which have been hosted by participating schools. Moreover, around 400 students and 50 teachers have been benefited indirectly through dissemination activities, online learning activities which have been organized between learning activities.
Important advantages of entrepreneurship and innovation have united 6 schools from 5 countries (Serbia, Turkey, Portugal, Romania, and North Macedonia) within the framework of a common goal. Our project was successfully completed with the selfless work of the partners under the coordination of Serbia. The project was addressed to students 14 to 18 years old. Within the scope of the project, 6 LTT activities were carried out.
C1: Serbia-Let’s Create Open Source Learning Platform Moodles Our Students
C2: Turkey/İstanbul– Market – Research And Business Plan
C3: Macedonia– Business Entities And Establishing The Company
C4: Romania -The Title/The Logo/The Slogan And The Power Of Commercial
C5: Portugal– Budget/Finances; Opening Business Bank Account –Taxes; Social Health Insurance Levies
C6: Turkey/Ankara– Financial Planning And Fraud Protection
Our project has focused on developing real-world skills that will help students to lead exceptional lives in a rapidly changing world. Thanks to our project, students learned to understand the product development cycle, come up with their own unique business proposals, and deliver multiple pitch presentations.
Thanks to the activities carried out within the scope of our project,
- Participating students learned how to collaborate and work with a team
- Participating students learned how to speak in public and prepare an effective presentation
- Participating students learned how to collect and analyze data
- Participating students learned how to use social media as an advocacy tool
- Participating students learned how to solve real, complex problems
- Participating students learned how to use curiosity and creativity to find an innovative approach to difficult problems