Education USA Advising Center Podgorica, in cooperation with the Embassy of the United States of America in Podgorica, hosted a U.S. College Fair as part of the Education USA Southeastern Europe Recruiting Tour on Monday, April 8, 2019, 17h-19:30h, at Hotel Hilton, Podgorica. Thanks t
Within the topic of World Water Day, which highlights the importance of freshwater and advocates for the sustainable management of freshwater resources, Access students found out some important facts and learned a lot during this class. First, they had a guessing game and wrote sente
World Oral Health Day is a far-reaching global oral health campaign, celebrated on 20 March every year. Its main goal is raising global awareness on the prevention and control of oral diseases promoting good oral health for everyone and empowering individuals to maintain a healthy mou
The sixth task of the project Innovate Your Dreams 2019 was titled 3E’s (Enough Energy for Everyone). Access students analyzed the benefits and the positive use of renewable energy, and agreed upon how a perfect model city that is based on renewable energy sources would look like. Stu
Students did the fifth task of the project Innovate Your Dreams 2019 titled Potter’s Wheel. It was one more opportunity to talk about important human inventions. Throughout the history, most inventions were inspired by the natural world, but the wheel was solely human invention. The p
The purpose of this task was to introduce students to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development that was adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015, which provides a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future.
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.