On 29-30 September, employees of "Krzyżowa" Foundation took part in a study visit in EUC Zealand in Næstved, Denmark. The visit was organised within a project "Skills and Talent" funded by Erasmus+ programme.

The aim of the "Skills and Talent" project is to exchange experiences of partners participating in skills competitions and to create a good practice handbook for VET (Vocational Education and Training) institutions and VET teachers and trainers. The handbook/platform will include sample materials on the organisation of skills competitions, preparation of pupils for competitions, information materials and exercises for primary and lower secondary school pupils, teaching materials for vocational school pupils, training methods for VET teachers and trainers, etc.

On Tuesday, 11 May 2021, an on-line conference was held, which summarized the project "Digital Mentoring - a new dimension of teaching", it was also aimed at disseminating the solutions developed during the project. The conference was organized by the Krzyżowa Foundation for Mutual Understanding in Europe and the partner institution from Ireland - H2 Learning.

The meeting was opened by Iwona Machoń-Pluszczewska, the project coordinator, presenting the sources of funding and the main assumptions of the project and its team: Tamara Chorąży and Jolanta Kolinko from the Krzyżowa Foundation for Mutual Understanding in Europe and Maria Folk and Karolina Wójcik from H2 Learning.

The Krzyżowa Foundation for Mutual Understanding in Europe together with its Irish partner H2 Learning invite you to participate in an on-line conference disseminating the results of the project: "Digital Mentoring - a new dimension of teaching".

During the conference, the digital mentoring method, its tools and experiences and good practices related to the implementation of digital mentoring in Ireland and Poland will be presented.

On the area between the moat and the Piława River, near the centre of the Krzyżowa Foundation for Mutual Understanding in Europe, there is an open field.But on 3 December, it began to change. By the hands of the Board of the Foundation and the project coordinator, the first spade for the construction of an ecological educational garden, which will be built here in the coming months, has been knocked in. Guests who visit Krzyżowa next year will be able to take advantage of the new offer and learn the secrets of organic plant cultivation - a crop that works in harmony with nature and is based as much as possible on using natural processes as allies in running the garden.

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