Europski tjedan programiranja

From Monday, October 13, 2014 8:00 AM
to Friday, October 17, 2014 12:04 PM

Osnovna škola kralja Tomislava, Našice

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Ulica Hrvatskog sokola 47, 31500, Našice, Hrvatska

U okviru EU code week u OŠ kralja Tomislava Našice možete otkriti zašto se treba baviti programiranjem, vidjeti primjenu i saznati nešto novo o programskim jezicima i web kodu. Predavanja i radionice vode nastavnici informatike i učenici srednje škole.

    Elementary school students
    Basic programming concepts Web development Other
    python CSS HTML JavaScript fms logo

Nearby upcoming activities:

„Researcher”

Mon, Oct 19, 2020 10:00 AM

The assignment gives students the opportunity to apply and develop skills: - logical thinking, - organization, - creativity, - solve problems in different ways, - solve the problem by decomposition it down into smaller steps, - time coordination, - patience and perseverance. As part of the implementation of online classes in the virtual classroom, I prepared for my students in the assignment: U sklopu provedbe mrežne nastave u virtualnoj učionici, za svoje sam učenike pripremio zadatak: Zadatak učenicima daje priliku primijeniti i razvijati vještine: - logičnog razmišljenja, - organiziranosti, - kreativnosti, - rješavati probleme na različite načine, - rješavati problem rastavljanjem na manje korake, - koordinacija vremena, - strpljenje i ustrajnost.

Izrada mrežnih stranica

Sun, Oct 4, 2020 8:00 AM

Na predavanjima i vježbama učenici drugih razreda uče o jeziku HTML koji je osnova izrade svakog web-a te o CSS-u koji osnovnom HTML-u daje izgled na kakav smo svi navikli. Učenici izrađuju vlastitu jednostavnu mrežnu stranicu te ju vizualno uređuju. Tijekom izrade učenici upoznaju osnove web metrika: bounce rate, average page views per visit, average cost per page, average time on site, click-through rate, rate of returns.

Reproductive system and inheritance

Wed, Nov 11, 2020 8:00 AM

Students (age group 14 years) will choose from 4 offered practical works, in which they will explore the representation of dominant and recessive traits among students. They will investigate the influence of height and weight on the appearance of the first menstruation, they will monitor the occurrence of ovulation by measuring the morning temperature and they will make a family tree of their family. In all activities, they will use digital tools, research methods and graphically present their results. The aim of these practical works is to put yourself in the role of real researchers, to learn and repeat the basic stages of research work, to learn to statistically present the rresults of research. Apply the knowledge learned in biology classes. EVALUATION CRITERIA: 1. The time when the work is submitted (on time or after the deadline). 2. Title of the topic in the form of a research question, name and surname of the student, class, school year and subject. 3. Does the paper contain all the components (research question, assumption, accessories and material, procedure (survey link), results (graphically presented) and conclusion.The first topic has modified components. 4. Number of persons who participated in the survey (too small sample of people, sufficient or more than expected number) 5. Neatness and creativity (were digital tools used, if so which ones ?, the work has a logical sequence) 6. Presentation of the work (the student took the task seriously, the presentation is interesting and purposeful) 7. The student modified the given task with a reason and explanation. Reports will be sent by students to a virtual biology classroom on Teams. Students' papers will be published on the biology website.