The purpose of this task was to help students comprehend the importance of the 4C’s (collaboration, critical thinking, creativity and communication) and to acquire information about innovative skills essential to prepare students for the future.
One of the activities during the first day of Intensive sessions on February 16 was Access’ got a talent! show During Access’ got talent! show, students presented many of their talents and made a mini-documentary about them. Before the talent show students made posters with notes of p
The purpose of this task was to develop understanding that everything big starts with an idea. Our students thought of problems in their community, country and the world, and what they could innovate in order to solve those problems.
Innovate Your Dreams 2019 is a global project aiming at helping students understand and prepare for jobs/professions in the future. The project’s topics are future professions, role of technology in transformative world and future industries. It will also help both teachers and studen
Global School Play Day is an event which promotes the importance of unstructured play in schools. Being given the opportunity to support this kind of event, Access students proved that they haven’t grown up all the games and that it is possible to put aside all social networks for a w
Access students visited the first graders of elementary school ,,Donja Lovnica“, Donja Lovnica, Rozaje. The first graders welcomed Access students with songs and they were eager to share their knowledge with them. Access students gave their cards to the little ones and later they, tog
Access Rozaje students had an excellent opportunity to discuss about peer bullying with Ms Jen MacArthur, Regional English Language Officer from Belgrade and Ms Jelena Vojnic, from the Public Affairs Office at the U.S. Embassy Podgorica. The purpose of the activities was to develop st
During November, Native Americans month, students discussed about Native Americans in general, but three tribes living in Montana were particularly interesting and special attention was dedicated to them. These tribes are Salish, Kootenai and Pand D’Oreille and they live in Flathead I
On October 10, 2018 Access Program students had an excellent opportunity to participate in “Barbara Pramer” workshop on the topic of democracy, active citizenship, elections and the Parliament. The final product of the workshop was students’ two-minute long radio show in which they ex