IV. gimnazija Marko Marulić participated in the Erasmus + project “Google Tools and Mobile Apps” together with partners from Greece, Turkey, Italy and Latvia. First mobility to Greece was organized in February of 2020, but the whole world was put on hold because of the Corona virus pandemic, and so was our project. However, our teachers finally got the long awaited “green light” and managed to organize the second mobility whose host was our school. Further down, you can find out how we spent our time, what we learned and accomplished in our time together.

15 November 2021

On the first day of the Erasmus project “Google Tools and Mobile Apps”, we started by meeting each other and participated in fun games that helped us to get to know our Erasmus friends.  The presentation was followed by cheerful mood and we all said something about ourselves and the things we like or dislike. We also learned a bit more about the talents of individuals and had pleasant conversations about common topics where we found we had a lot in common. We then presented our countries and the key features that symbolize them. We showed each other where we live and the monuments, that is, the recognizability of our region. This was followed by presentations on important global topics such as poverty and gender equality, which are also one of the Global Sustainable Development Goals.

After an interesting and instructive presentation, we walked to the first viewpoint on Marjan. There we took a photo together and thus marked the first day of Erasmus Week. However, that was not the end of the first day. After a meal break, we were given a new task which we enthusiastically accepted. We had to visit some well-known locations in Split, take pictures in front of them and fill the joint presentation with these photos. We all successfully completed the tasks and thus completed the first day of Erasmus.

Ana Živaljić

16 November 2021

The second day of the Erasmus + project was reserved for visits to Zadar, Nin and Vrana Lake Nature Park. In the morning, we headed to Vrana Lake and stopped at the Krk Bridge so that we could all take pictures together and enjoy the beautiful view of the Krk River and the town of Skradin. We came to the Vrana Lake Nature Park and walked along an educational trail at the end of which we had a beautiful view of Vrana Lake and the nearby islands.

We also visited Solana Nin Salt Museum where we were kindly hosted and were given a story of the whole process of getting salt from the sea. What was especially interesting to us is the fact that in the Nin salt is not processed, there is no industry and everything is done by hand in the shallow lagoon of the deep Nin bay. We ended the tour by buying various salt products as souvenirs. We decided to visit the town of Nin where we ate our lunch.

Next on the schedule was Zadar, one of our Adriatic pearls that we are extremely proud of. In Zadar, we visited the tourist attraction the Greeting to the Sun and listened to the music of the Sea Organ, and then took a walk around the city and returned to Split happy and satisfied.

Duje Bužančić

17 November 2021

We spent the third day of the Erasmus + week in Split visiting the MoSt NGO. In the morning, we got acquainted with their work on the association’s premises and had fun with various board games. We played a quiz on the topic of Sustainable Development Goals, which we had previously been educated on. On that day, the emphasis was placed on goals number 1 and 2, so we visited a shelter for the homeless and a social self-service for people in need in Split.

In the evening we were rewarded, depending on the results achieved on the quiz, and we hung out on the school rooftop with local food, songs and dancing.

Matej Maroš

18 November 2021

We spent the fourth day of the Erasmus + program in nature. At 9 AM, we left Split for National Park Krka. We spent several hours there enjoying the beauties of nature.

After that, we visited Šibenik, one of the oldest Croatian cities. During the tour, we got acquainted with the history of the city and heard many interesting stories about it. This small tourist town has recently become a popular tourist destination because it has two UNESCO protected monuments. Then we headed to Primošten. We had a lunch break there and we spent our free time on the beach at sunset.

At the end of the day, on the way back, we stopped in Trogir, which is a unique example of a preserved Medieval city. This town, interesting in every way, is located on a small island in central Dalmatia, which is connected to the mainland and the island of Čiovo by two stone bridges. Trogir is rich in cultural and historical monuments, and due to its immense beauty and preserved historical heritage, it is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. After touring the city, we returned to Split.

Lana Milanović-Litre

19 November 2021

The last day of our Erasmus+ project started at eight o’clock at our school. In the computer science classroom, we created the website of our project, and for lunch we went to the Student Center.

After lunch, we all went to the lecture “Service Learning” held by professor Daša Draganić at the Faculty of Economics in Split. The lecture was very interesting and instructive and in a way rounded off the whole story of the Global Sustainable Development Goals.

We enjoyed socializing a little more and said goodbye in the hope that this Erasmus gathering will grow into a real friendship.

Lara Mijić




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