W dniu 10 listopada 2022 roku nauczyciele ZSTiO Nr 2 realizując kolejne założenia Job Shadowing kształtowali swoje kompetencje cyfrowe oraz językowe, przygotowując materiały dydaktyczne.


W dalszej części dnia uczestnicy mieli okazję zobaczyć kolejną atrakcję kulturalno-przyrodniczą The Salt Pans.
Relacja mgr Edyty Łozowskiej:
I had an opportunity to see a lot of natural scenery or nautural beauty. One of these places is Xwejni Bay. The bay is accessed by a road along the Salt Pans and near the town of Magrsalforn. The bay has a small rocky beach and to the west of the bay there is a huge plateau with a double arch and a cave along the shore. To me, it is associated with a mysterious palace in the desert, which is surrounded by walls. Xwejni Bay has a very shallow entrance, where one passes through small banks of Neptune grass leading down to a series of rocky passages. A small shelf drops down to the bottom, which is sandy on one side and dotted with pebbles on the other. Boulders of differents sizes are everywhere around the bottom, with cracks and crevices in the rocks providing ideal habitat for a variety of species. In front of the bay there are the Salt Pans - shallow, flat pools carved into limestone rock to produce salt from sea water. The rocks are divided into many small basins, each a few square meters in size. The technique of salt production involves filling the tanks with seawater, which is heated and evaporated by sunlight. The brine is gradually concentrated until salt crystals begin to precipitate from the solution. The precipitated salt is collected by hand and sold for further processing. The salt pans also look very picturesque. After the walk you can go to a restaurant and eat local specialties. I recommend seeing this place. It is unique because of its fascinating nature and natural phenomena. The outstanding views make unforgettable impressions.