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The 4th newsletter for DEGREBE project is out!

Newsletter #4

February 2024 

Welcome to the 4th Newsletter of the Erasmus+ project DEGREBE! 

Current Activities

We are half way done with the external testings of the digital education package in all partner countries!  

All participants so far have shown great interest in the project results, mentioning the relevance and high quality of the material produced, as well as the drive to enhance important skills through the engagement of young people, students and professionals in the agricultural sector. 

Apart from the Visual novel, the external testings on the Trainer’s Guide are also taking place in each partner country!  

Participant educators so far have left excellent reviews about its relevance, applicability and practical adoption in schools, but also for the effectiveness of the implementation of its gamification practices in schools. 

We can’t wait to share with you the final DEGREBE results!

Next steps!

All partners are scheduling the finalisation of the Visual novel and the Trainer’s Guide testings, as well as the conclusion of their Multiplier events in each partner country (Hungary, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Greece and Bulgaria)

During the events, educators will explore the idea of gamification and will also learn, through our Guidebook, how this ‘green’ initiative will help them apply different and more innovative methodologies in their classrooms! 

As we are approaching the end of the project, DEGREBE partners are going to meet up for the 4th time in Budapest, Hungary at the start of April, to talk about the final tasks until the end of the project’s implementation! 

Stay tuned for more future updates! 

Multiplier event in Cyprus

Developing Green Skills for Better Employment

Project N. 2021-1-HU01-KA220-VET-000024924

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