Mátételke Község Önkormányzata
to Saturday, October 20, 2018 4:00 PM
Az internet és cyber világ veszélyei a gyermekekre. Adatvédelem, játékfüggőség és közösségi oldalak használatának kockázatai. Cyber térbeli viselkedési normák.
This activity is for:
- Elementary school students
- High school students
- Motivation and awareness raising
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Greeting cards in Scratch
Mon, Dec 16, 2019 10:00 AM
Pupils will work in small groups and create greeting cards for different events and celebrations in their city or country( Christmas,New Year,Valentine's Day,Carnival Day.... in Scratch.They will use free usable images of the city they come from and design their creative greeting cards.
Let's send greetings using Scratch
Mon, Jan 27, 2020 12:00 AM
Pupils will learn basics of using Scratch and design their greeting cards in Scratch .These can be cards for birthday,Valentine's Day,or some other occasion.
Tue, Oct 1, 2019 12:00 AM
The main purpose of the proSTEMgirls project it is to encourage girls (women) to interdisciplinary co-operation in science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics STE(A)M fields. Through the project, we want to increase the share of girls (women) in the STEM opportunities, activities and elective courses at both participating schools and wider, thus promoting gender equality. In order to achieve this goal, together with students, we will produce at least three guided learning units, that will be useful in the wider European area and globally (using STE(A)M acronym without A, because it is globally more recognizable), thus supporting the effective use of digital technologies in the field of education. All participants will be empowered for basic work with Micro:bits, with particular emphasis on the possibilities of practical use of Micro:bits, for solving problems from everyday life. By doing this, we will try to reduce gender gaps in access and use of digital technologies and the study and employment of women in the field of ICT in the long run. In order to further extend the usability of Micro:bit, we will produce several useful products, that will include elements formed in the 3D modeling environment of Google Sketchup or 2D InkScape, and later cut out, or engraved with a laser engraving machine.