That school activities can at the same time encourage creativity and innovation of students while actively contributing to identifying their own competencies and interests related to further education, showed the jubilee fifth edition of the Fair of Schools Teams for Career Guidance and Counseling held in Belgrade Chamber of Commerce in Serbia.
The Fair aims to bring together secondary school teams of teachers and professional associates who deal with career guidance and counselling of students, as well as other interested representatives from secondary schools and other institutions and organizations, in order to enable the exchange of experiences and improve their work in this field.
Seventeen schools of different educational profiles – medical, technical, agricultural schools and gymnasiums have exhibited the activities of their students, which include the construction of 3D printers, the organization of a quest for solutions to various tasks etc. This year particular attention was focused to promotion of the career guidance of young people with disabilities and young people from vulnerable groups.
Our VM-Pro project was promoted during the Fair. Beside sharing the flyers many teachers has been showed interesting in using VM-pro tools for mentoring the pupils.
The most active and most creative schools received awards with cash checks that can be used to promote the career guidance activities as well as participation in the international conferences where they will promote their mentoring and carrer guidance activities.