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Teachers, schoolchildren, young people and adults about experiences in OBC programs.
 

Experience of the Professor

Škole
Nastavnik
Students are generally totally delighted, first of all with meeting new people with whom they became friends, so that immediately upon returning they formed a facebook group, and now regularly communicate.
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For students from one rarely inhabited isolated place they experienced a lot of new things and highlight the linguistic and cultural diversity of other students. I am not familiar with everything that has been going on, but they say there were a lot of different personalities, but your program and weather conditions which have forced them to communicate and collaborate, helped them to become more open and communicative with all people in general. Students also liked a lot the location, the chalet, and the very concept of activities and stay on Papuk. They did not like the fact that it was very cold and sometimes uncomfortable, nevertheless they unanimously agree they would be happy to do it all over again and together with other students are looking forward to new adventures of this kind. Being aware of the conditions their children are growing up in and the benefits of your program, parents expressed their support to this and all other prospective future activities. They are aware that their children must expand direct experiences with others and gain broader personal and social skills. Equally important are direct experiences, because in this environment, children have nothing else to do beside doing housework, work in the barn, field or forest, perhaps only tv or cell phone.” They did not like the fact that it was very cold and sometimes uncomfortable, nevertheless they unanimously agree they would be happy to do it all over again and together with other students are looking forward to new adventures of this kind. Being aware of the conditions their children are growing up in and the benefits of your program, parents expressed their support to this and all other prospective future activities. They are aware that their children must expand direct experiences with others and gain broader personal and social skills. Equally important are direct experiences, because in this environment, children have nothing else to do beside doing housework, work in the barn, field or forest, perhaps only tv or cell phone.

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