To support the aims and objectives of the project there will be a Virtual Pop-Up competition event in (27.4-29.4.2021) April 2021. The aim of the event is to design and execute the virtual pop-up competition event where students from partner countries together gain entrepreneurial skills. Hosting the pop-up competition event is an innovative way to increase student participation in work-based learning.
The event gives students the opportunity to showcase their culinary skills and passion for cooking. At the same time students share and develop their working skills. It also improves student’s international competences and language skills through life experience.
The course is compulsory for all students attending the CORE- Cooking for the future project.
This course will use different “classroom-based activities" and “workshop assessments" to support the learning outcomes. All activities and materials will be found from our web site under the Virtual pop-up competition event 360° Thinglink platform.
Please contact CORE-team members via closed Facebook group if you have any questions. To make it easier to study, we have created a closed Facebook group (Virtual POP-UP competition event, 2021) where you are reminded of different assignments. Via closed Facebook group you will also find the latest instructions for the next online lesson. (See also Popular Topics in Post.)
Please contact CORE-team members via closed Facebook group if you have any questions.
Virtual pop-up competition event
For the virtual Pop-Up competition event's Learning outcomes:
- Create a business plan
- Create a Social Media Platform e.g. blog, Facebook or Instagram or a combination of these
- Create a logo for your business
- Develop an advertisement for an event
- Create social media marketing plan
- Design a sustainable menu
- Take part in a pop-up event
- Open badges for sustainable development (14)
Teaching and learning strategy
Students produce and share digital material using a creative commons (CC) license in different networks and social media platforms.
Teaching and learning strategy combines pedagogical models that simulate working life and encourage students’ team spirit, motivation and activity.
Online courses and pop-up competition event.