Zagreb, March 2017
The fourth Necstmeeting included both the partners project meeting and the second Pupils’ Mobility involving the teachers and the students of the four partner countries (Croatia, Italy, Norway, The Netherlands).
Overall 118 students participated in this meeeting: 47 from the IIS G.Peano of MarsicoNuovo (Italy); 31 from the V.gimnazija of Zagreb (Croatia); 20 from the Hammerfest VideregåendeSkole (Norway); 20 from the Drenthe College (The Netherlands). Also, 14 accompanying teachersparticipated, as tutors of the training programme.
The meeting was held in Zagreb (Croatia)and wasjointly organised by the local partner (the Faculty of Mining, Geology and Petroleum Engineering of the University of Zagreb) and the project coordinator (FEEM).
All students met physically for the second and last time and presented the results of the research activity carried out at distance during the academic year 2016-2017, whose focus was on technical-environmental topics. The students divided in 10 transnational Working Groups worked together to develop a shared powerpointreport on a pre-identified technical-environmental topic. All reports were presented and discussed in plenary in front of the audience.
During the five-days meeting, the students were also involved in local field-trips and in group training activities aimed at providing knowledge on energy production processes and at enhancing their communication skills.
Local field-trips were organised at the following three locations: thecity of Samobor (a medieval town lying on the eastern slopes of the SamoborskoGorje); theSt. Barbara Mine(one of the oldest European copper and iron ore-mines located in the village of Rude); and the Grgos Cave (located at the entrance of the village of Otruševec).Short guided tours were organised during all the visits.
The programme also included a guided tour to the city centre of Zagreb led by the Croatian students and a visit to the Technical Museum of Zagreb, including the Nikola Tesla Demonstration Cabinet, the Mine and the Planetarium.
Social activities also were organised to get students of different countries and cultures to better know each other and to enforce the relationships between them.