Developing Institutional Mechanisms for Sustainable Extra-Curricular Activities (School Clubs)

Different people have different abilities and passions; one student may be gifted in creating artwork, another might be an IT pro, and the next might have outstanding communication skills.  Our IVLP alumnus Alban Krasniqi has developed a step-by-step school-club handbook for students to have the opportunities to further develop their hobbies and interests through the Alumni Small Grants project “Developing Institutional Mechanisms for Sustainable Extra-Curricular Activities (School Clubs)”!

The project’s primary goal was to enhance participation in extracurricular activities among pupils, teachers, and the community within Kosovo’s pre-university education system.

Throughout this project, a handbook curriculum was developed with a step-by-step guide on how to develop sustainable school clubs and how to implement them properly.

The handbook manual curricula contain the following information:

  • The School Club Structure, e.g. (What a school club is, What the Purpose of a School Club is, Criteria and Organizational Structure)
  • Proposals for different types of School Clubs, e.g. (Art Club, Debate Club, Education in Nature Club, Technology Club)
  • Proposed Workshops, Visits, Institutions, and Companies (For Participation in specific clubs)

This project’s outcome was sharing the Handbook Manual Curricula with the Directories of Education of the seven municipalities of Kosovo in order for them to be delivered to the students and teachers for future use.

KUSA is very happy to announce that the School-Club Manual has been developed and is now accessible to the public, so if you wish to check it out, you can find the Manual in the link here.

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