In our project Social entrepreunership we tried to make two 3D tools for visually handicapped people.
We colaborated with students 4th grade students. We made two specific tables.
The first one it was a table for teaching of reading for blind persons. Our students worked in Tinkercad program – online free software. The table of reading for blind persons contains particular signs of Roman alphabet and corresponding grid of six points organized in the form of rectangle 2×3 centimetres. On each of these six points there is o there is not the protruding spot (embossed). This is the way how to encode 64 alphabetical signs. The blind reader senses these signs by touch. The second tool is a table of various shapes (e. g. rectangle, star, circle, etc.) The blind person can to identify these shapes. We donated these printed tables to blind citizens in our town.
Our students liked this activity and we would like to make a memory game called “pexeso“ for blind people.
AudiCarFactory/ How to make students entrepreneurs
In the Erasmus+program, 15 students participated in the Audi car factory in Győr. (16-17.04.2019), The program took 2 days. The first day we visited the Mobilis exhibition which was very interesting because of 70 mobile interactive games had been tested by students as well as they could be a participant spectacular experiments. These experiments and games are related to the car industry, so we prepared our students for the next day’s program.
The second day we went sightseeing tour in Győr. After lunch, in the afternoon we visited the ‘Audi Hungaria’ factory.
The program was considered to be interesting and useful for our students and, on the basis of the teachers’ opinion, also served their professional development.
One of the objetives of the DTSE Project is to develop the Tecnhological skills of our Students and also to learn about the local cultural context for this reasons we make the Experience Base Learning Activity We were a very good professional trip in Nyiregyháza. It took 2 days. Formal and informal programs were very interesting and useful for students who learn logistics and business informatics.
The first day we visited Zoo and examed logistics in it. e.g. How do the zookeepers transport the victuals to the animals? How do they travel in the huge territory? e.t.c. How do the workers organise their work? During our trip, we saw a lot of wide animals too. We loved them. After the Zoo, we went to Levelek, where was our accommodation. This is a wonderful municipality near Nyíregyháza.
After an adventurous day, we went to the LEGO factory which was very amazing for us. Everybody was a child. We wanted to play with LEGO. The guide showed us how they made Lego. She talked about the factory’s history. And we saw the production process. At the and of the tour we played a little and everybody got a little pocket Lego. Also we learn about the LEGO Mind Strom
It was a perfect day with nice students.
Here you can see some shots of
Visit to the Museum of City Public Transport
In February our class had an opportunity to go on a one-day trip. We decided
to visit the Museum of City Public Transport in Szentendre. The aim of museum is to represent the history of public transport in Hungrian cities from the beginning until now.
First we visited the exhibition rooms, where we could see many photos of vehicles and employees of the past, read the story of public transport in different cities, and examine objects such as the old equipments of ticket inspectors, etc.
Next, we entered the reconstructed model of a smithy, where once vehicle repairs had been made.
Then came the best part of the exhibition: the beautifully restored vehicles of the past century.
We really enjoyed getting on them and trying the old seats.
This visit was not only entertaining but beneficial, too, as we learnt a lot about the development of transport logistics.
(Flóra Fekete/ Dóra Gál)
I attended the IES Playmar jobshadowing in June 2018 in the Spanish town of Torremolinos, near the town of Malaga.
My main mentor was ICT teacher Alfonso Ballesteros and Mr. Andrés Ángel González Medina, professor of economics .
During the six-day stay we discussed the hardware and software of our schools, the possibilities of financing the purchase of IT techniques and programs, the use of ICT in other subjects and the number of our own lessons of informatics in particular specializations.
During the stay we prepared many workshops . The main focus was on teaching 3D programming, including
Other activities include the development of cooperation in the field of international projects – Social Business (using 3D Printing, CLIL in the Economy) and International ICT Competition (a booklet of examples in printed and electronic form).
The communf interviewing students who worked on their project where they used ICT technology.
ication language was English and I also appreciate very much the possibility .
I gradually pass on the experience and knowledge transferred to my colleagues at our school and at ICT teachers’ meetings at trainings and conferences.
SZÁMALK-Szalézi Highschool and BGSZC organised ERASMUS+INFODay for the schools of Center in Budapest, in May.
Each school showed their project. During the meeting we shared our experiences and gave useful ideas to each other.
We gave presentations of our project ’Designthinking : Social – Entrepreneurship between European schools’under Erasmus+ programme.
The presentations gave good impulses to further activities to the other schools.
Ms. Ingrid Brodnig gave a lecture about “Social Media – Chances and Risks for Companies”. We invited our partner companies, students and teachers and important persons from local companies.
Hi ¡¡¡¡ We are almost ready for the M2 where we will join in Budapest ¡¡¡
And we are very proud to send you the Activity Planning For Budapest meeting in April.
We are going to work in many activities together in a collaborative way so it is important that everybody takes to the meeting some work prepared , it’s explained in the the last page of the pdf document .
See you soon ¡¡¡¡