O projekcie "V4 know-how support for educational institutions in Georgia and Azerbaijan"
Europejska Fundacja Rozwoju & Fundacja Rozwoju Regionalnego Viribus Unitis from POLAND as Leaders
in partnerships with project Partners:
-Základná škola - Grundschule from SLOVAKIA
-Základní škola Opava from CZECH REPUBLIC
-Tolnay Lajos Általános Iskola from HUNGARY
-NGO Stefantsmida from GEORGIA
-"Yaddaş" Maarifçi Gənclər İctimai Birliyi from AZERBAIJAN
from 05.2015 to 07.2016 will implement project „V4 know-how support for educational institutions in Georgia and Azerbaijan" which is co-financed by the International Visegrad Fund.
The main aim of project is to support development of the potential of educational institutions from EaP countries-Georgia and Azerbaijan through the transfer of best practices and educational know-how solutions developed in the V4 countries (Poland, Slovakia, Czech Republic and Hungary), as well as the creation of a network of cooperation and exchange of experience between schools and educational institutions of these countries.
The project will increase the potential of the 6 schools located in rural areas in the region Kazbegi (Georgia), 6 schools located in rural areas in the region Lentekhi (Georgia) and 6 schools located in rural areas in the region Seki (Azerbaijan), equip 72 teachers from these schools with the teaching skills in conducting lessons using an innovative learning system Web Quest (this method activates student, forces to work independently in a variety of ways, stimulates the mind and stimulates thinking skills), equalize educational opportunities for 360 students from these schools who have a deficit of development of key competences.
During the implementation of project an internet portal will be created as a network of cooperation and exchange of experiences and information between schools and educational institutions in the countries of Georgia, Azerbaijan and the countries of the V4.
Project „V4 know-how support for educational institutions in Georgia and Azerbaijan" was created thanks to "Integration Across the Borders" Program initiated by Fundacja Rozwoju Regionalnego Viribus Unitis.