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Application in the field of sign language

Project of School for Nursing Mlinarska Zagreb, Croatia

    ASSOCIATES SCHOOLS:   1. School for Nursing Mlinarska Zagreb, Croatia
2. Maritime High School Zadar
, Croatia
3. School for Nurses Vrapče Zagreb, Croatia

 
Date:  November 19, 2012.
 
Project managers:  
 
1. Marica Bakin Batnožić (marica_bakin@hotmail.com), School for Nurses Mlinarska, Croatia
2. Božica Magaš
(bozicamag@gmail.com), Maritime High School Zadar, Croatia
3.
Slaven Koštrun  (slavenkostrun@yahoo.co.uk), School for Nurses Vrapče Zagreb, Croatia
 
Coordinators:  
 
1. Natalija Šnidarić (natalija.snidaric@inet.hr), School for Nurses Mlinarska Zagreb, Croatia
2. Marin Perinić  (m.perinic85@gmail.com), Maritime High School Zadar, Croatia
3. Zlatica Šimunović (zlatica.simunovic@zg.t-com.hr), School for Nurses Vrapče Zagreb, Croatia
 
Leader
 
School for Nursing Mlinarska Zagreb, Croatia
STUDENTS:  
 
 
Target Group:   Third grade students of the Medical and Maritime school
 
Objectives of the project:  - describe the attitude of the society towards the deaf people throughout the history
-to acknowledge and recognize the prejudice about the people with hearing disabilities and the difficulties which are caused by them.
-to recognize the particulars: single-handed/two-handed alphabet, the signs
-to notice the differences between the sign and hearing language-ordinary ( difference between Croatian-English language )
 
Tasks:  
 
- determine the associates (collaborators)
- give tasks to students and teachers
- do a research of literature
- record a video
- practice the sign language
- make a PowerPoint presentation
 
Collaborators: 
 
 
Place of implementation: 
 
Zagreb and Zadar
Time (phases):    - choosing the project topic (November 2012.)
- determine the schools in collaboration (December 2012.)
- review of literature (January/ February 2013.)
- work on the project (February-May 2013.)
- exchange of students- part 1 (April/May/June 2013.)
- work on the project (June/July, August/ September 2013.)
 
Expected results:
 
 
 
Risk Factors:   

  
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Zadar sailors visiting Mlinarska in Zagreb

(Zagreb, October 3 and 4, 2013)
 

   The third and the last exchange of students in the projects The application of sign language in the profession and the Generation gap was realized by the visit of students and mentors of the Maritime School Zadar to our school. .
 
    On Thursday 3rd October, the students and mentors of the Maritime School visited our school and the cabinets, and the students showed them their skills by measuring blood pressure. Later, each of the project teams worked on their presentations, after which the students from the School for nurses Vrapče joined with their project The application of the sign language in the profession.

   On Friday the 4th, the students and their mentors visited the polyclinic for baromedicine in the Dubrava hospital where the dr. Andrić explained their guests for what is it used and was happy to answer all the questions.

   After a free afternoon, mill was greeted their guests from Zadar, and we look forward to continuing our friendship in the 7th Festival "Days of E-medica" Terme Tuhelj.

Natalija Šnidarić

 


   „We are delighted by the hospitality of the School for nurses Mlinarska and their mentors, as well as with the kindness with which they welcomed us. We are looking forward to seeing them again.“

Maritime School

    

 

 

   „We were happy to show our school and our profession to our guests from Zadar and had a very nice in time in their company.
   The visit to the clinic Dubrava was the connection between our professions. It was an interesting experience for all of us.“

Mlinarska


  
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Exchange students from Mlinarska and Vrapče within three joint projects

   On Wednesday, June 12th 2013, the students and mentors of The School of Nursing Vrapče visited our school (School for Nursing Mlinarska Zagreb). This visit was part of the three comon projects by E-medica: Use of the sign language in professionNurse’s uniforms and Thyroid gland. The students for whom this was the first time to visit our school were shown our modern cabinets for practical classes, after which they were divided into project groups and learned something about the projects.
   In the
Use of the sign language in profession, which is done by us, the students of Nursing School Mlinarska have reported about their exchange with the Maritime School Zadar, they showed the working version of the presentation to the visitors, they arranged for appropriate changes and talked in more detail about a poll that has been done and about its results. They agreed on filming the video material by September and finishing the presentation.
   In the
Nurse’s uniforms project, which is done by The School of Nursing Vrapče, the students took a look at the drawings of the uniforms made by the students of School of Applied Arts, they looked at the working version of the presentation that is being worked on by the students of The School of Nursing Vinogradska and agreed on making steps in contacting all the medicine schools with the goal of doing the poll.
   While working on the project called the
Thyroid gland, the students have once again shared their impressions of the thyroid gland surgery that they witnessed in the Leptir Polyclinic, they worked on the contents of the presentation done by the students from Mlinarska and agreed on thoroughly investigating information about the endocrine system during the health exercises in clinics.
   In the brief friendly gathering that followed, it has been made a goal to realise the aforementioned tasks by September, during which we are expecting another exchange between all of the schools taking part in these projects.

   

 Natalija Šnidarić, School Pedagogue
School for Nursing Mlinarska Zagreb


  
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Realizing two projects students from School for Nursing Mlinarska
visited Maritime School Zadar

EXCHANGE OF STUDENTS – Zadar, 6th-7th June 2013

    Students Matilda Gegović, Lucija Dvorneković, Marina Pranjić and Domagoj Purgar from the School for nurses Mlinarska visited the studnets and mentors of the Maritime High School Zadar as a part of the E-medica project: "Generation gap" and "Application of the sign language in profession". The exchange of students was carried out on the 6th and 7th of June accompanied by their mentors Đurđica Stanešić and Natalija Šnidarić.
   On Thursday 6th, the students had dinner during which they met each other. On Friday 7th, the students talked about dividing tasks and the realization of the activities in the project. In the project Generation gap the students presented the materials and presentation and talked about their tasks, details and about the questionnaire which would be carried out for the project. To the project leader, Maritime High School Zadar, were delivered the results from the Medical and Chemical School Šibenik and we agreed to do a research on the material with which we will supplement the project. In the project, "The application of the sign language in the profession", the students went through the presentation, additional materials which they could use during the work on the project and agreed about the eventual supplements.
   After the working part and lunch, the students visited the town and took advantage of the nice weather for swimming and sunbathing. The following exchange is scheduled for the end of the September when the students from the Maritime school will visit the school for nurses in Zagreb.

Natalija Šnidarić, Expert assistant pedagogue

   The exchange of students always holds good memories...a wonderful experience and especially new acquaintances. The visit to Medical school Šibenik and Maritime school Zadar was our first exchange outside Zagreb. It is interesting to see how other schools give lectures and classes and to hear from our peers from other towns how they cope with the difficulties at school.
   First we visited Medical school from Šibenik. They welcomed us warmly. Medical schools have a somewhat different curriculum than other schools and the experiences from our colleagues in Sibenik helped us to compare our work and what we do in our school.
    At the school we were firstly introduced to new vocations, since it is a maritime profession. Although it is sometimes difficult, our work and engagement do pay off. We wished that the visit to these two schools had lasted longer because it had been a truly amazing experience. We are looking forward to welcoming our guests in Zagreb and we can't wait for the next exchange to start.

Lucija, Matilda, Marina & Domagoj


  
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Students Exchange Through Three Projects

 

   The first exchange of students and mentors from The School of Nursing Mlinarska within E-medica projects took place on Tuesday, April 2, 2013. with the visit to The School of Nursing Vrapče.
   Our two schools will take part in three joint projects this year. The School of Nursing Mlinarska is a project holder of the  Use of the sign language in a profession with students from Nautical School Zadar as partners. The School of Nursing Vrače is the project holder of another two joint projects: Nurse’s uniforms and Thyroid gland.
   Students of the School of Modern Dance Ana Maletić Zagreb also joined the project.
   During our first exchange students and mentors introduced themselves, discussed the topics, activity content, and planned activities.
   Project leaders distributed the assignments, and they decided on the due dates for finishing the tasks.

Mr.sc. Natalija Šnidarić    
School of Nursing Mlinarska
 


  
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