TOKA has started implementing the Service Learning program since 2017. In this program, TOKA has included 1,500 youth aged 12-17 from more than 35 schools in 13 municipalities of Kosovo.
These youth are part of the volunteers’ clubs which are supported by TOKA. The clubs are led by teachers or civil society members over the age of 18, who were trained in the IMPACT methodology about learning through experience.
So, who are the Super-Teachers, Super-Mentors, and Super-Volunteers?
Are teachers in elementary or high schools
Are teachers in public or private schools
Are motivated and enthusiastic to offer attractive experiences for their pupils
Want to learn new and modern teaching methods
Are members of civil society over the age of 18 years, often students in the Faculty of Education, Psychology or Sociology
Want to work with youth
Want to contribute and to improve their communities
Want to obtain new skills in working with youth, project management or facilitation techniques
Are youth aged 12-17
Want to obtain new skills for life
Want to form new friendships
Want to be an active part of society and to improve their communities
An important part of Service Learning is the municipalities and businesses which support clubs in their various projects.
This project is supported by the European Union Office in Kosovo, through the European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights EIDHR.