Together in Environmental Solutions Learning Activities

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The final conference and dissemination at the Technical School, Požega was held on September 29, 2022 with the participation of students, teachers, parents and organizations that helped in the project activities.

The project stimulated the student's awareness of sustainable development through the use of renewable energy sources and conscientious energy use. It also explored and familiarized the energy situation in the world, Europe and Croatia, provided an overview of energy resources, their use and their constraints.

All participants emphasized the positive atmosphere, exchange of different experiences, multicultural exchange and examples of good practice that were present during all project activities and in each country. It is also important to emphasize the significant increase in self-confidence in the use of the English language for all participants in everyday communication as well as in professional terminology.

Thanks to this positive influence on the members of the all teams, it is understandable their enthusiasm and desire to share their experiences gained during the realization of the project with a wider circle of participants who are not directly financed: colleagues at school, young people they work with, parents of students and other colleagues from their profession at county level. Participation in the project significantly improved the experience and competencies of the teachers who directly participated in it: in project management, collaborative research and project development. Obviously, these activities significantly increased their professional position, self-confidence and competence for work in the future.

The Made for Europe contest that took place on Wednesday, April 6, 2022 on Timisoara. 19 teams from schools in Timiș County participated, presenting final products of projects with European funding.

The "Coriolan Brediceanu" Theoretical High School in Lugoj was represented with honor by students Medeea Vuia, grade XII, who obtained the first prize and qualification at the national stage of the competition presenting the Erasmus+ TESLA project. The high school delegation, which also included the student Miruna Crețu, from the 9th grade and teachers Lucia Boldea and Adriana Mariș, also organized an exhibition of the materials produced up to this point within the Erasmus+ TESLA project, which is in its last year of implementation.


During the European Youth Week, activities are organized in all the countries of the European Union that bring to the fore topics relevant to young people. Organized once every two years, this event, now in its tenth edition, has in 2021 the theme Our future in our hands and represents a good opportunity for the voice of young people to be heard and their creative ability to be harnessed.

The students of the 11th grade B from the Coriolan Brediceanu Theoretical High School in Lugoj, coordinated by Mrs. Boldea Lucia Maria, proposed to debate and find original solutions starting from an idea of ​​their own whose message is,, Clean energy for all of us,,. Their project aims to promote the contribution of young people to the Green cause of the European Union, which seeks solutions to climate change and takes steps for environmental protection and sustainability. The chosen theme was inspired by the Erasmus+ TESLA project that our school is a partner and by the European Solidarity Corps.The youngest students from Brediceanu, the 5th grade students, together with teacher Mariș Adriana, deepened the theme "Famous scientists and their challenges", in which the students studied the life of some personalities from the world of science, the discoveries that made them famous, but also the challenges they had to face in their lives.


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