MEET work program includes 5 teaching activities.

Teaching activities will be carried out as standard University curricula and offered to graduate students (some as part of new modules, some as part of existing modules) and the general public, including NGOs and the public administration sector.

Teaching activities will be performed through the online Moodle platform through video presentations, and direct instruction via the Google Meet application.

MEET Moodle course page:

Upon successfully completing the course in a particular module, participants will receive a valid certificate signed by the MEET project manager.

More information about the modules and how to apply can be found below:

Teaching activities within the MEET project involve modern and active learning methods, such as active learning, and case method learning and it is supported by modern teaching delivery methods.

Some of the methods include:

  • Critical Thinking Method Approach – to encourage students to develop a cause-effect way of thinking that will enable them to improve both communicational and practical skills;
  • The Library – reading course materials for better absorption of information provided during the lectures;
  • Modern ICT-based approach based on the use of Moodle platform for the development of entrepreneurship ecosystem – learning-teaching environment easily accessible and tailored made – Case studies, quizzes and homework that need to be done;
  • Group work – to increase the exchange of knowledge between course participants and also to encourage them to share different points of view on specific topics of interest;
  • Students debate – to encourage students to use pro and con approach in the analysis of specific topics of interest;
  • Quality assurance – self-evaluation (teacher/student assessment) exercise – to undertake a test to analyse results of teaching methods and modify the same if needed; and
  • Assessment of all student activities – to undertake tests (Moodle quizzes) on the level of knowledge gained through the course.

Didactic materials

Didactic material for Modules A and B

A – Sustainable agriculture

B – Climate Change vulnerability and social impacts

Modern techniques to ensure environmental sustainability with a focus on sustainable agriculture

Didactic material for Modules C and D

C – Climate-smart agriculture technologies and practices in soil and water management

D – Sustainable water and soil management

Water and soil management

Didactic material for Module E

E – Drought in a changing environment

Drought in a changing environment

Examples of lectures in modules A, B, C, and D

A6 – Sustainable Water Resource Management (Sabrija Čadro)

B1 – Climate Change basic concepts. Examples of climate change observed in BiH, EU and globally.

C2 – Ways to analyse and monitor climate and hydrological characteristics of the larger area. Basic concepts of remote sensing. Use of UAVs in agriculture.

D3 – Using remote sensing and computer techniques in water management. Use of Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) and photogrammetry in agriculture. Image processing software tools