After the pilot testing and all the other actions that had to be done to carry out the Ethicsboard project, it was time for the blended mobility in Brussels.
Montserrat school had to choose its representative students for the C2 event, so that they could explain their experience with the project and the actions taken by the school.
Among all the students participating in the project, who had carried out the different activities, the school decided that it would be the sixth students who would represent the school in such an important event.
The teachers explained to the sixth students that we needed five representatives to go to Brussels to explain their experience with the Ethicsboard project.
Of course, all the students were interested in such an interesting proposition, despite being aware of the responsibility that this entails. For this reason, we decided to ask the students to do a job so they could show what they had learned with their participation in the project.
The students were asked to explain with their own words what ethics and entrepreneurship meant to them.
The students had to explain the concepts and activities they had worked during the pilot testing of the Ethicsboard project.
We also asked them to speak about the entrepreneurship projects they have carried out at the school, the steps that must be followed to realize a project of these characteristics, the way we work with these projects (cooperatively and collaboratively), and the abilities that they train doing these activities, among other things.
Apart from this project, we also asked them to introduce themselves and tell us about them, in order to assess their level of oral English.
Finally, there were 12 students who presented their projects in front of a group of teachers who evaluated them and chose the best five students who will represent the school in Brussels.
All 12 students did a great job! Congratulations to these brave students!