Yearly Archive 2019

ByAlfonso@Playamar

European Quality Label Award for schools

IES Playamar school and the DTSE Erasmus project have been awarded with the European Quality Label Award for schools.

European Quality Label Award for schools are granted to schools with excellent Erasmus projects. They indicate that the project has reached a certain national and European standard.

 

Thanks to all of you, teachers and sturdents,  who have worked to archieve this award .

 

ByAlfonso@Playamar

DTSE web Stats

In total, 243,877 interactions were counted during the completion of the dtse.eu project

Data Origin

These data have been made from the record of visits provided by Strato our hosting which can be consulted in csv here:

raw visits stats in dtse.eu and ecie.eu  or here http://dtse.eu/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/raw-visits-stats-in-dtse.eu-and-ecie.eu_.7z

This document can be downloaded in pdf

Interations Web Stats in English visitas dtse dtse stats English

Inteacciones y estadisticas en Castellano visitas dtse

Briefing :

24859 visits to the root of the dtse.eu website and 216723 visits to the entire website

6644 visits to the root of the ecie.eu website and 27154 visits to the entire website

in total 216723+ 27154 = 243,877 interactions

Year and Monthly Stats of Dtse.eu

In the following table you can see the visits by months and years of the dtse.eu  and ecie.eu web project and a graph with its evolution

 

Year and Monthly Stats of ECIE.eu

In the following table you can see the visits by months and years of the ecie.eu web project and a graph with its evolution

 

ByAlfonso@Playamar

Austrian Digital Business Award in April 2019

One of the dtse of social entrepreneurship Projects in the Hak High school won the second  price in the digital entrepreneurship projects in the Austrian National Contest “Austrian Digital Business Award in April 2019”.

HAK Weiz won the second place with the project “Beesmart“.  IT students developped a scale for beehives which shows changes in weight in an app as well as temperature and wind.

So the beekeeper can monitor his beehives from home.

Presentation of the project.

 

ByAlfonso@Playamar

eTwinning Quality Label Award

Our Site and activities in Etwinning Platform have been awarded with the eTwinning Quality Label Award.

https://twinspace.etwinning.net/53994/home

eTwinning Quality Labels are granted to teachers with excellent eTwinning projects. They indicate that the project has reached a certain national and European standard.

 

Thanks to all of you, teachers and sturdents,  who have worked to archieve this award .

 

Byzdenekmatus

Visit of Czech students and teachers in Budapest

3 teachers and 44 students from the first and the second year from Mendelova secondary school (part economics) visited our Hungarian partners in Budapest as a part of the Social bussiness project and also a school trip From 26. – 27.6

After arrival at Budapest our Hungarian co-workers and students prepared an interesting test on economics, finance and general overview of the Czech Republic and Hungary with programme Kahoot and escape room . There was an escape room too and visiting the Hungarian school including specialised classes. There was visiting of basilica of St. Stephan in the afternoon. Questions about final report of Social bussiness project, options of further cooperation in other projects and financing IT in Hungary and Czech education were discussed at the business dinner.

The second day we visited Buda castle, Fishermen´s Bastion and Matyas temple. After lunch there was an excursion of Parliament with an English guide.

 

BySSC Nicolae Kretzulescu Romania

Romanian experience DTSE Erasmus+

What did I expect from this Erasmus project ?

65% of children going to school today will have jobs that do not yet exist – is the verdict of the “Future of Jobs” report presented at the Davos World Economic Forum in 2016. That is why I believe new solutions need to be identified to speed up adapting the educational process to the realities of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

Considering the above, I expected the Erasmus Project to promote educational alternatives and the use of interactive group methods to develop active learning.

 

How has the mind and students life changed as a result of this project?

Through this project, we have promoted learning based on issues connected with everyday life, using new technologies, and providing students with learning, working and cooperation opportunities in multinational teams.

Teachers and students have exchanged good practices at European level, have acquired new knowledge and skills, exchange of ideas, transfer of creative practices.

The project has led to the development of other relevant skills for students and teachers, such as critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, communication, flexibility, and social initiative development.

We have shared together new experiences of learning, intercultural communication, we have discovered new ways of motivating learning.

In other words this project brought, as its slogan said it, innovation in thinking and, as a consequence, changes in life.

Thank you for this successful collaboration ! 

I hope to see you in a new project !

Luminita Moise

Şcoala Superioară Comercială “Nicolae Kretzulescu”, Bucharest, Romania

ByAlfonso@Playamar

Czech Students experience DTSE Erasmus+

Czech Students experience in DTSE Erasmus+ Project

ByBGSZC

Graz 14th-15th June

Report of Erasmus students on a trip to Graz

Graz excursion , GrazAustria.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/nLNnP8JEmfN511yLA