Școala Superioară Comercială “Nicolae Kretzulescu”, Bucharest, Romania
We have been working in our Etweening platform with new contents like the online radio with the interviews, a page with each meeting and our video portal .
Also our college Luminita from Romanian Team is creating the information about the colaborative activity about the canvas model which we will develop next year.
In the coming days the admission to the 9th grade will be completed in Romania. Information about our school was also offered at the “Educational Offer Fair”, the 19th edition that took place in the week 15-18 May 2018, in the Tineretului Park in Bucharest. The event was attended by all high school and university schools in Bucharest. Pupils, teachers and parents from Buchartest had the opportunity to get informed about educational offers, high school student life and to form an opinion or even make a firm decision on their future.
At the school stand was also presented our project
Our students have been involved in the following activities:
The main purpose of the Exercise Firm Fair “FRESH food, not FAST food” is to inform young people about healthy eating by promoting healthy lifestyle and awareness of the benefits of healthy, balanced and varied eating in the organization of virtual business.
The students of our project were involved in organizing the Small Bankers’ Olympics held in our school on May 3, an evaluation of the best third and fourth grade students coming from all over the country in Bucharest.
After the welcome speech by the director of the institution, Dir. Prof. Mirela Nicoleta Dinescu, the small participants in the Olympics were led to the examination rooms.
A small exhibition was organized by the participants on this occasion.
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 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!
April 13, 2018
Today took place the symposium and the regional contest for students “THE FUTURE STARTED YESTERDAY – TRADITION AND INNOVATION IN EDUCATION”, an opportunity for our team to present our project.
The team – Ingrid, Bianca and Cristina – won the first prize.
March 27, 2018
The Romanian team participated at the municipal stage of the National Competition of the final products of the projects financed by European programs “MADE FOR EUROPE”.
The students presented our project and, although we are at the beginning of the project, the presentation was appreciated by the jury and participants at the event.
Today, February 27, 2018, we were pleased to welcome two distinguished guests from the European Commission and from the National Agency for Community Programs in the field of Education and Vocational Training , to monitor ongoing Eramus projects in our school.
The topic of the meeting was the impact of Erasmus projects and what better proof than the presence in our school of a former student participating in the first international projects of the school that, years ago, she found a way in life and a career successful?
We also reflected on our project and presented the achievements so far.
Thanks for this visit and for the advice received on this occasion!
The second semester of the school year 2017-2018 began with the dissemination of the C1 mobility of our project. The participating team reported the activities of the week 20-26 of January 2018. They also presented to their colleagues the CANVAS method – a useful startup tool.