Fostering Regional Cooperation & Development

“The Art & Science Of Teaching” Was Rated With 8.2 From The Participants. Pristina, The Next Capital To Host The Third Edition

In 23 March 2019, at the premises of Tirana International Hotel, the Balkans Youth Council hosted the second edition of the “Art & Science of Teaching” , teachers’ training , where 300 teachers from Albania, Kosovo*, Montenegro and North Macedonia met in Tirana, where they had the opportunity to learn the Art & Science Of Teaching with Joshua Garret , Director at Quality Schools International in Skopje, Robert S. Jackson , Director at Quality Schools International in Tirana and Prof.Asoc. Dr. Enkeleda Olldashi, Professor at Law Faculty, University of Tirana.

Based on our vision for education, the Balkan Youth Council is developing an international strategy on improving education in the Balkan Peninsula. Our vision for these strategies is to support the key people or tools that are experts in promoting the principles of quality education. Our contribution to education brings social, political, cultural and economic development to our region.

Our Strategy of working is composed of building trust and relationship. The Teachers need to know and trust to students in order to gain a coaching impact. Even there is a fail, through this training we are convincing the audience that there is still a chance to undermine our best efforts.

We want from teachers to give the best model practices , as effective coaching often involves the modeling of best practices. Moreover one important point of strategy is connecting Teachers with Resources, in order to explore opportunities for their students.The series of training will take place in Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, North Macedonia, Montenegro and Kosovo*.

As we do feedback for each activity, we distributed a survey to the participants/ teachers in order to measure the quality of the activity. The survey you can find in this link:


From the responses/ votes, the activity was rated with 8.2 from 10. Moving forward, Pristina was proposed to be the host of the third edition for the teachers meeting and according to the participants, this format must be held at least twice per year.The  teachers expressed their gratitude to work with Balkans Youth Council in the future, and they proposed a lot of activities and projects to be done and implemented in the region, in order to have a qualitative education in the region.  For more details regarding our collaboration with them and their students, we will update to you continuously. Lastly, the Balkans Youth Council wants to thank the teachers, trainers and all those who were engaged with this annual event.

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