Mendelova stredni skola, Novy jicin, prispevkova organizace
This company was established by the students’ group from the third grade of the study programme Business academy. First it was very difficult to find a product or service which they wanted to start running their business with. After long-term discussions they decided in making necklaces from minerals. Once they chose the product they easily created the name of the company and its logo. “MY” means “WE” in English and they want to show that they are a good team.
At the beginning they created the Canvas model for their company, focusing mainly on the product and marketing communication. As they are a small company they prefer to promote the products on the Instagram. They had to also think about the company structure and divide the positions.
They prepared one big campaign before Christmas and now they are dealing with a new one – for the Valentine’s day. They also take orders on their Instagram page, so if you are interested, have a look at my_jacz.
Andrea Rušarová Czech team
JA Czech Republic offers to secondary schools many programmes that last one school year or less according to possibilities of schools. The school pays a fee.
JA Student Company is a unique training programme for the Czech secondary schools. Our school is involved in this programme.
Our JA company is called Catch me. It is producing manufactury. First students decide what product they wanted to do, what name and logo their company will have, who the general manager of the company will be, what everyone’s role in the company will be.
Then they wrote Partnership agreement and formed 4 main departments: Marketing and PR department, Financial department, Production department and HR department.
They are producing dream catchers. They worked for 2 hours per week.
Working in the company gave big benefit to students – they became a better school team, they obtained new experience, they could try to start-up their own small business, they found easy and funny ways of learning new things. On the other side there are also some problems in the company – sometimes it isnecessary to work „overtime“ – it means after school schedule, there is the risk of financial loss, the selling of products is sometimes very difficult.
At the end of their one year business the students will decide how to divide the profit. They are going to give 10 percent of the profit to charity.
Mrs. Monika Kubiszová participated as a speaker in the International Congress of Financial Education Realities and Challenges in Malaga on the 22nd and 23rd November 2018. The Congress was organized by Edufinet Project. She participated in the 8th Session with the paper Financial Education in the Czech Republic and examples of good practice.
C3 Spain International Congress Edufinet Congress
In 23 , November 2018, The DTSE components have participated in the The Edufinet Financial Education Congress ‘Realities and Challenges’ as part of the programmed multiplicity events of the Erasmus project. This event has been followed by the students of the project by Skype platform.
This congress seeks to highlight the importance of financial education. For this, it is expected to have the participation of researchers and speakers from institutions of various fields involved in the development of financial education programs. In this way, different topics will be addressed, such as, for example, the challenges facing financial education, the possible actions to be carried out to enhance it, or the effectiveness of financial education programs.
It remains open the possibility of sending “papers” related to the subject, which will be submitted to the evaluation of the Scientific Committee of the Congress as a previous step, in its case, its dissemination in the same and its publication in the book of minutes.
Our teachers has worked in the 8th Session: “Economic-financial knowledge in educational curricula: how and when to start imparting them. Comparative international experience “(Subject: economic-financial knowledge in the educational system / International experience). This session will be taught in English
Inteviews of the Teachers of the DTSE project in the Edufinet Congress
Mr. Andrés González
Mrs Valentina Nina Barabas
Mrs Barbara Hauswiesner
Mrs Monika Kubiszova
This congress had a very important impact in internacional especialized Mass Media and regional newspapers like we can see in this links
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In October we had an opportunity to spend a week in Budapest. From our school we went four students and three teachers. First of all we checked in to the school resident or guest family and met other participants of project. During the week everybody had to show their presentations about their country, school and project about social entrepreneurship. We visited Buda Castle, Graphisoft and Balaton. While we were getting to know Budapest we saw some interesting places, had a tour in Parliament and had a boat ride on the Danube. With help of Hungarian students, we saw the Heroes’ Square and a beautiful park. We attended Escape room and we were also walking through the centre of Budapest at night. Our trip ended with visit to company called Prezi. The whole week was unforgettable; we had fun and found new friends.
On October 12, 2018, a unique ErasmusDays event took place in Nový Jičín Square. This event, full of fun, games and competitions, was organized on Friday, October 12, 2018 by teachers and students of Mendel High School on the occasion of a European-wide #ErasmusDays campaign. The purpose of the campaign is to promote the international Erasmus + educational projects that our school has been proud to implement since the beginnings of 2014.
Adventure with Erasmus, as we called the whole event, offered elementary school pupils and the general public the opportunity to get information about all of our international activities, including information about our DesignThinking project: Social Entrepreneurship between European Schools. The main project information (goals, resources, seminars, participating schools …) and photographs from meetings already held were published here. As pupils of the 9th grade classes in Nový Jičín and the surrounding area visited us during the day, we prepared interesting competitions and games on financial literacy – we for example compared the average gross wage with lunch costs in the country’s restaurant and wage transfer using the exchange course. Most of the pupils liked the task in which they had to recognize the mother tongues of participants of the project e.g. Romanian, Hungarian or Spanish.
In the framework of the Dtse project and C2 Meeting in Budapest, we have make these interviews . Our
partner from each school awnsers these questions
About each country
1. Which are the economic sectors of each country?
2. What are the Most important enterprises of each country?
9. Tell me about a tradition of your country.
10. Typical food of your country’s gastronomy.
11. How could you use the new technologies in your country?
About your project in each school
3. Your school is working in a Dtse project. Explain the value proposal of your project.
4. How do you think is your project innovative from a social point of view?
5. Which do you think are the key factors for the success of your project?
6. What do you think, is there a chance that others may do something similar to your
8. What motivated you to make the Erasmus project?
About your experience in the M2 meeting in Budapest.
7. We are in this wonderful town of Budapest, What do you like most about Budapest?
the Czech R. Team Team prepared and presented this Non-Profit Organizations JA company Presentation in the last C2 Meeting which was held in Budapest
You can download it here.
I attended the IES Playmar jobshadowing in June 2018 in the Spanish town of Alcoy, near the town of Malaga. My main mentor was Mr. Andrés Ángel González Medina, professor of economics and ICT teacher Alfons Balles. 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. The main focus was on teaching 3D programming, including 3D printing (Spatch), creating web pages (WordPress, Blogger), using the LibreOffice office suite, networking (Cisco OS). 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 communication language was English and I also appreciate very much the possibility of interviewing students who worked on their project where they used ICT technology. I gradually pass on the experience and knowledge transferred to my colleagues at our school and at ICT teachers’ meetings at trainings and conferences.
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.