by Suzana Poljak
At the very beginning of an Erasmus+ programme, teachers in the Primary School, Juraj Dobrila in Rovinj in Croatia were given an opportunity to widen their horizons by undertaking various projects.
A few of our teachers decided to go and do some job shadowing in various countries as a way of developing their skills and comparing teaching practices.
One English teacher decided to go to the Italian region of Puglia where she spent two . . .
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