NGO "Grin-List"

Project from the Erasmus + program: KA104 of the European Union "ICT skills for educators" in the realization of NGO "GRIN LIST" - Bitola

 
   On February 23, 2019, and on March 2, 2019. in the premises of the NIIU "St. Kliment Ohridski "- Bitola, trainings for teachers within the project "ICT skills for educators" of the Association for development of ecology, tourism and cultural cooperation "GRIN LIST" from Bitola were realized. The project "ICT skills for educators", with registration number 2018-1-MK01-CA104-046926 has been approved by the National Agency for European Educational Programs and Mobility and financially supported by the grant from the Erasmus + program of the European Union.
 
   The objectives of the project "ICT skills for educators" are:
  • Improvement of ICT and digital skills and competencies of teachers, which will raise the quality of teaching in the Macedonian educational system;
  • Introduction of new ICT techniques and tools used in teaching in the EU countries.
     Due to the successful implementation of the project, representatives from the association "GRIN LIST" - Bitola, from 23 to 27 July 2018, took part in the training "ICT skills for educators" organized by the training center ShipCon Limassol Ltd. in Barcelona, Spain. During the training, the members of the association were introduced to the latest ICT tools and skills used in EU countries and exchanged experiences with participants from several European countries: Sweden, Lithuania, Portugal, Poland, Slovenia, Croatia, Bulgaria, Turkey and Greece and obtained international certificates for successfully completed training.
 
     As part of the plan for dissemination and implementation of the project, the NGO "GRIN LIST" -Bitola, realized the two trainings for all interested educators from our country. Over 130 participants applied for the trainings, and there were participants from several cities in Macedonia: Bitola, Skopje, Prilep, Ohrid, Struga, Negotino, Kicevo, Demir Kapija. The training was followed by professors from primary and secondary schools, directors, defectologists, psychologists and pedagogues. All participants received certificates for participation in the training.