Yesterday during class, the group was offered a choice. Do another trial that was scheduled. Or, organize an action to collect money for the good cause and, on the 19th of december go to Appeldoorn to deliver your gift in person. It was a tight race, but SEB 1 got serious. A little over half of the class voted for SERIOUS REQUEST, making it a narrow victory, but a huge difference. The next three lessons will be completely dedicated to raising funds for Red Cross, and we don'
This blog is different than others. Why? The student writing is not a Sebling, she's a Human technology student from the Friesland College and she's on an exchange program at Malta to practice her English and her entrepreneurial skills! Lisa is there to learn and have fun! She will learn by doing trials, just like Seblings, but she needs to organize them herself. She's responsible for her actions, and doing things on time. There's no SEB-teacher to motivate and coach her. Sou
Last thursday (16-11-2017) the second edition of Enterprijs took place. It was a very inspiring evening at which two SEB students, Hilde and Femke (SEB2) joined in the audience and watched young entrepreneurs in action! Hugely inspiring. The "Enterprijs" is an event which lets young entrepreneurs pitch their business idea to a jury. The young enrepreneurs already have a plan, a product, and they are already in business. But, what they still need are: money and promotion. The
What is Claim Your Future? Claim Your Future is a project which asks students to be curious about their region and try to recognize social issues. Then, the students are asked to look for opportunities to solve these social challenges. Next, they will share these insights with other students from other European countries. Together they will look at solutions and try to find the ones that seem best. To do so they will visit each other in other European Countries and have mee