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Generation gap (generation differences between a teacher and a student)

Project of Maritime High School Zadar, Croatia
 

   
    ASSOCIATES SCHOOLS:   1. Maritime High School Zadar, Croatia
2. School for Nurses Mlinarska Zagreb, Croatia
3. Medical and Chemical School Šibenik
, Croatia
 
Date:  25. ožujka 2012.
 
Project managers:   1. Ivana Milutin (milutin30@gmail.com), Maritime High School Zadar
2. Đurđica Stanešić
(dstanesic1@gmail.com), School for Nurses Mlinarska Zagreb, Croatia
3. Antonija Žaja
(antonijazaja@gmail.com), Medical and Chemical School Šibenik, Croatia
 
Coordinators:   1. Marin Perinić (m.perinic85@gmail.com), Maritime High School Zadar
2. Natalija Šnidarić
(natalija.snidaric@inet.hr), School for Nurses Mlinarska Zagreb, Croatia
3. Aleksandra Acalin
(aleksandra.acalin@si.htnet.hr), Medical and Chemical School Šibenik, Croatia
 
Leader Maritime High School Zadar, Croatia
STUDENTS:    
Target Group:    
Objectives of the project:  
 
1. Develop student's critical thinking
2. Define generation characteristics
3. Determine the influence of generation levels on teaching
4.Recognize the particulars of the generation Y
5. Describe the characteristics of the student adquate to the teacher and teacher adequate to the student.
 
Tasks:  
 
Research the attitudes of student towards the teacher and teacher towards the student and define the characteristics of the particular generation groups.
 
Collaborators:    
Place of implementation:    
Time (phasee):   Choosing the subject (November 2012.)
Choosing the collaborators (January/February 2013.)
Research of literature and giving tasks ( February/March/April 2013.)
Work on project (April/May/June/July/August/Semptember 2013.)
Student Exchange (July 2013.)
Final activities and making the presentation of the project (October 2013.) 
Expected Results:     
Risk Factors:     

  
Students from School for Nursing Mlinarska visiting Medical and Chemical School Šibenik & Maritime School Zadar  Students from School for Nursing Mlinarska visiting Medical and Chemical School Šibenik & Maritime School Zadar Minimize


First students exchange in join project
"Generation gap" (Šibenik, June 6, 2013)

 

 
   On the 6th of June, the students of School for Nurses Mlinarska, Zagreb, wich participating in the E-medica common project: Matilda Gegović, Lucija Dvorneković, Marina Pranjić and Domagoj Purgar accompanied by their mentors Đurđica Stanešić and Natalija Šnidarić, visited Medical and Chemical School Šibenik. After meeting the hosts, mentor Antonija Žaja and the students of their school, in the working part of the day, the students exchanged the realization of the activities in the project and the content of the project. They talked about dividing the tasks in the project, about the presentation which the students made.
 
   They also talked about a questionnaire which they would do for the project. It is also agreed that all the conclusions of the meeting will be forwarded to the project leader, Maritime School Zadar. After the working part, the students visited the town and enjoyed in this beautiful town.

Natalija Šnidarić, Expert assistant pedagogue
School for Nurses Mlinarska, Zagreb     

   

  
Students from School for Nursing Mlinarska visiting Zadar Maritime School & Medical and Chemical School Šibenik  Students from School for Nursing Mlinarska visiting Zadar Maritime School & Medical and Chemical School Šibenik Minimize


Realizing two projects students from School for Nursing Mlinarska
visited Maritime School Zadar and Medical and Chemical School Šibenik

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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