In the face of the many challenges posed by the everyday life in a pandemic, it is especially important not to forget those who need the most care, protection and attention – the children!
Nansen Dialogue Center Skopje and the Embassy of the Kingdom of Norway based in Belgrade, jointly prepared a donation of 100 packages of disinfectants and hygiene products for several primary schools in the country.
The schools from Kumanovo, Skopje, Tetovo, Gostivar, Debar, Bitola, Krushevo, Borino, Kanatlarci and Konce have been proven partners for many years in the implementation of the Nansen Model for Intercultural Education, and we sincerely hope that this symbolic help will contribute to a safer school year and to the protection of the health of the students and teachers.
In its efforts to fulfil its vision as a non-governmental organization that promotes better education based on interculturalism and interethnic cohesion, Nansen Dialogue Centre from Skopje encouraged the development of a Macedonian-Albanian/Albanian-Macedonian phrasebook, a project supported by the High Commissioner on National Minorities of OSCE, and prepared by two authors, university professors, Dr. Berton Sulejmani and Dr. Veselinka Labroska.
Nansen Dialogue Center Skopje is delighted to announce the promotion of the manual „101 Games” created and prepared by the team of NDC Skopje. It contains a multitude of easy and interesting games for all ages. The offered games are diverse and appliable both in school and home/family environment.
The school semester is ending in a very happy, playful and intercultural way, thanks to the dedication, motivation, positive energy, effort, and the love of the teacher tandems, students, parents […]
On May 31, 2019, teachers Zujca Stojanova and Deniz Redzepov, together with their first grade students carried out the final extracurricular activity according to the Nansen model for the school year 2018/2019.In the school yard, the students played various games of competitive nature whose goals are to encourage students to perform exercises, to develop the sense of aesthetic performance of the movements and to stimulate them to perform the exercises properly. All students were actively involved in the activity and showed great sports spirit. At the end of the activity, in order to mark the successful completion of the school year, the students were awarded certificates for their participation in the activities of the Nansen model for intercultural education.NDC Skopje wishes the students a happy and fun summer!
On May 27, 2019, teachers Natasha Zabrcanec and Darko Taleski with the students of the sixth grade carried out the activity “Portrait” as part of the topic “Photography” from the Art section within the Annual program for extracurricular intercultural activities.The students were divided into pairs, the teachers’ tandem gave each group a drawing with a certain emotion. Each student drew the portrait of their partner with the emotion given on the sheet.At the end of the activity, in order to mark the successful completion of the school year, the students were awarded certificates for their participation in the activities of the Nansen model for intercultural education. NDC Skopje wishes the students a happy and fun summer!
On May 27, 2019, teachers Todorka Nane and Nadica Nane together with fifth grade students carried out the daily activity “Green salad” as part of the topic “Vegetable garden” from the Eco Section of the Annual Program for extracurricular intercultural activities.During this activity, the students had the opportunity to learn more about the green salad – lettuce, what kind of plant it is, what it contains, how it affects the organism and what its significance for human health is. The students made comparisons with several types of vegetables and made a salad out of them.The aims of this activity are: to get acquainted with the role and importance of green salad as part of a healthy diet, as a prerequisite for proper growth and development, to encourage curiosity among students for awareness and research, encourage cooperation between students and teachers from both groups, encourage and support a positive socio-emotional climate in the group as well as to enrich the active vocabulary of students with new concepts in both languages.