It is a virtual company animated by students, which performs a network market activity (ecommerce) and refers to a real company (company tutor) that is the reference model to be emulated in every phase or business life cycle.
The teaching methodology naturally uses:
learning by doing,
Simulated Training Company constituting a valid tool for the acquisition of skills that can be used in the labour market. The students, with the simulated training company, are real young entrepreneurs and acquire the spirit of initiative and entrepreneurship with the basic cognitive tools in the economic and financial field.
This is an experience that can be useful in all fields of study, if you consider it as a tool for guiding the choices of students who, even after a university career, have the aspiration of being part of a company.
The IFS uses the IT platforms in order to set up telematic networks able to support the training courses addressed to the students of the schools that are part of it.
The system allows the creation of virtual companies on the network that simulate all the actions related to specific areas of any business activity.
The IFS activity started in November 2017; participating students are the 3^E class Administration, Finance and Marketing, coordinating by Prof. Rita Murdeu, teacher of Economy; The students simulated the activities of a tourism services company.
The past 10th of May, Mr Juan Antonio Garrido Chinchilla, engenier in telecomunications and father of one of our students, was assessoring us to achieve an effective communication and difusion of our project. We will count with his help in the use of last generation tools.
His collaboration will be centred in three lines of work:
From this lines we want to thank him for his implication in our project
We participated in the contest for students
“Symbols in the Universe of Knowledge”
on Europe Day, Wednesday, May 9, 2018.
We presented our project through a poster and received a prize for it.
On 23-27 April 2018, a meeting of 20 teachers from 6 European countries took place in Budapest as a part of the ERASMUS K219 project entitled Social Entrepreneurship among European Schools. The host school was BGSZC Hight School Budapest. It is a modern school almost in the city center. It is a higher-level vocational school focusing on the economy that educates students over the age of 18. The main coordinator of the project is the Spanish school. The presented were, of course, the Hungarian team, there were teachers from Romania, Italy, Austria and from the Czech Republic there were 2 representatives from our school. In the prepared workshops, teachers exchanged experience with teaching of economic subjects, incorporating ICT into teaching, and its interconnectedness with practice. Everything was accompanied by illustrative presentations. We were shown expert classrooms. BGSZC students also joined the project. They were interested, for example, in the educational systems of the individual countries, and conducted an interview with individual teachers. The meeting took place in a very pleasant and stimulating atmosphere, underlined by the beauties of the beautiful city on the Danube. We believe that our students who will be attending this school will have similar experiences at the end of October.
SUMMARY OF BUDAPEST M2 MEETING (23rd -25th April 2018)
The third session within the project ’Designthinking : Social – Entrepreneurship between European schools’under Erasmus+ programme took place in our school (BGSZC BGSZ Budapest) at the end of April 2018. During the 3 –day meeting with our colleagues from the six participant countries we continued the real ’designthinking’ which started and proceeded in Spain at the previous two meetings.
In Budapest we discussed the results of the evaluation sheets of the previous activities and meetings basd on questionnaires that were filled in both by teachers and students. The findings helped to work out our improvement proposals for the next stages. Each country came prepared: several ideas and suggestions were shared and discussed related to the content and methods of the future cooperation. Furthermore, the programme of our next C2 meeting,which is due to be held in October 2018, started to outline, many interesting, applicable joint-activities for students were proposed by the participants.
During the meeting we exchangedour business ideasthat we workonwithourstudents in the differentcountries and presentedthose ’bestpractice’ ideaswhichprovedto be useful in preparing ourstudentstomeettherequirements of thejob market.
The presentations gave good impulses to further activities and provided useful background information regarding the existing organizations and events which support coming together of education and business sector (like ECIE).
In order to facilitate our students to collaborate in the mixed-country activities with in the project, we all agreed on the importance of applying widely IT applications, social media and other possibilitiesthat modern technology offersus. As a good sample, the Hungarian students made interviews during the meeting with the teachers through podcast technology.
Beside the strictly professional programms, we, Hungarian hosts intended to show our colleagues some highlights of our beautiful capital, Budapest.
All in all, we consider, theM2 meeting wasverysuccessful in terms of developingour project: summing up the previous events, as wellas gathering, sharing, proposing and plannin guseful and promising ideas.
We have started our radio Channel one of the final products of our project.
Best practices presentation by BGZSC Team
Storage Good Practices Workshop
Best practices presentation by BGZSC Student
Best practices presentation by BGZSC Team
Exit room Activity by
Austrian Team Presentation
Romaniam Team Presentation
Spanish team Evaluation Presentation
Czech team social media Workshop presentation
Acts Documents Developing
On April 24-26, 2018, our third meeting took place in beautiful Budapest, Hungary, at the partner school BGSZC Belvárosi Gazdasági Szakgimnáziuma.
Among the presented materials were analyzes of the results so far, proposals for improvement of the project or the preparation of the next meeting, examples of good practice in the partner schools. Collaborative activities, work-shops have allowed us to strengthen the relationships between our teams and to draw the directions of the project in the future.
The meeting in Budapest was a real step forward for our project and took place in a pleasant, cordial, very warm atmosphere created first of all by hosts whom we thank.
The materials presented by our team are as follows:
In the period between mobility, joint activities can be carried out through the Etwinning platform :
Until the C2 meeting in Budapest:
October 2017 and February 2018
Meeting C5 in Bucharest
Making a fair of the exercise firms.
Company of the Romanian team
Organic Architecture: The House for Life
The Romanian team wants to build a company – Construction of organic houses for the population affected by natural disasters.
Budapest, we’ll see you soon !
The Danube waves will bring us back in October!