During 2015 in total 38 primary and secondary educational institutions participated in Peer Learning Visits Programme as a unique opportunity for teachers and school management from eight participating countries to exchange knowledge, experiences and ideas gained during the implementation phase of entrepreneurial learning as a key competence.
Through visiting their colleagues from different cities and/or countries and observing their methods of work, this Programme allowed them to reflect upon development of entrepreneurial competencies in their daily work as a cross curriculum subject and to share information on national developments in the field of life-long entrepreneurial learning process.
Peer Learning Visits Programme is an outcome of SEECEL’s 2013 – 2016 programme supported by the European Commission and Croatian Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Crafts to create conditions for embedding entrepreneurship in education systems and development of entrepreneurial societies in SEECEL Member States – Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo*, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Turkey.
With total of 92 educational institutions involved in this activity, and extremely positive feedback so far, Peer Learning Visits Programme will be continued in 2016.
SEECEL team supported educational institutions during organisation of their peer visits and will continue to do so in the future. The visits were financially supported by SEECEL through IPA Multi-country programme.
We use this opportunity to express gratitude to all school teams for their enthusiasm and proactive approach which has created an added value to the overall process.