On Monday, March 11, educators of Association Sunce held a workshop entitled “What is socially useful learning” at the Faculty of Economics in Split.
Within the project PATI! (Practical-Active-Together-Interdisciplinary) professors from the project partner faculties: Faculty of Philosophy, Economics, Chemistry and Technology and the Faculty of Law in Split as well as representatives of the BIOM Association, Split Youth Club and Eco-Zadar Association participated the workshop.
The purpose of the workshop was to increase knowledge about different educational programs, participatory learning methods and methods aimed at increasing active participation, as a basis for sustainable development. It is intended for professors of the University of Split and representatives of civil society organizations interested in implementing their own socially useful learning programs.
The project is funded under European Structural and Investment Fund and is co-financed by the Office for Cooperation with NGO’s of the Government of the Republic of Croatia.
The total amount of the project is: HRK 1,272,288.34, with co-financing through the ESF amounting to HRK 1,025,450.89