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Erasmus+ projekt "Mladi poduzetnici u akciji"

Young Entrepreneurs in Action - YEA

Erasmus+ Young Entrepreneurs in Action je dvogodišnji KA219 međunarodni projekt financiran sredstvima Europske komisije sa ciljem razvoja suradnje i razmjene primjera dobre prakse, razvoja inovativnosti i kreativnosti u obrazovanju. Projektni ciljevi i zadaci: razvoj financijske pismenosti, poduzetničkih vještina, razvoj digitalnih kompetencija, interkulturalnosti i cjeloživotnog učenja učenika, učitelja, lokalne i međunarodne zajednice.

Nositelj projekta je I. osnovna škola Čakovec, a partneri u projektu su: Osnovna škola Vežica, Rijeka, Hrvatska; Agrupamento de Escolas de Vale de Ovil, Baiao, Portugal; Istituto Comprensivo Carducci Paolillo, Cerignola, Italija; Akcansa Fatih Sultan Mehmet Ortaokolu, Istanbul, Turska i Masarykova základní škola a mateřská škola Velká Bystřice, Velká Bystřice, Češka.

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Ekološka plantaža smilja – primjer uspješnog poduzetništva našeg kraja
Loredana Zima Krnelić / datum: 13. 3. 2019. 17:17

13.ožujka 2019. učenici 7.b i c. razreda posjetili su ekološku plantažu smilja u općini Omišalj, na otoku Krku. Plantaža se nalazi na poljoprivrednom zemljištu od 80 000 m2 u sklopu kojeg se nalazi destilerija u kojoj se termički obrađuje smilje i proizvodi eterično ulje i hidrolat. Učenici su imali prilike saznati sve o ekološkom uzgoju, načinu prerade smilja, ali i uporabi smilja u farmaceutskoj i kozmetičkoj industriji.

Vlasnik plantaže podijelio je s nama zanimljive detalje iz vlastitog iskustva ovog mladog poduzetništva starog nepune dvije godine. Saznali smo cijene eteričnog ulja, koliko je potrebno smilja za 1 litru ulja, tko je najveći prodavač proizvoda od smilja (L'Occitane), koju ulogu imaju ovce u ekološkom uzgoju te kako i kada se bere smilje.

      

S vrha plantaže pruža se prekrasan pogled na Krčki most, ali i kriju neke zanimljive povijesne priče tog lokaliteta. Naime, na tom mjestu nalaze se Venecijanska stražarnica i Bizantska kapelica koje svjedoče važnim povijesnim bitkama između Pompeja i Julija Cezara. 

Za kraj zaželjeli smo vlasniku plantaže puno uspjeha u daljnjem radu! 

Loredana Zima Krnelić, prof.


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Successful teamwork
Loredana Zima Krnelić / datum: 16. 9. 2019. 12:30

In Erasmus + project activities students work in teams. While working in teams students realized that it is not so easy to be a good team member. To help our students be more successful in teamwork we had some workshops. We wrote positive and inspiring messages about friendship to become better friends. Students complimented each other, played games which helped them became more self – confidence and trust each other, helped each other with homework, learn and encouraged others to work on themselves because nobody is perfect. We also had workshops about supporting and assisting each other to help us be better people. While working in teams our students became conscious of their strengths as well as of their weaknesses. They did some research about team roles and found out that it is good to have all these strengths and weaknesses because they make us different and unique. They also realized that when working in a team they have to respect all the differences and use them in the best possible way. After students had learned about team roles they could be more effective team workers. Their communication improved and they were more motivated for the team assignments. The workshops helped our students develop important skills like trust, support, self–confidence, communication, exchange, assistance, inspiration and sharing. Thanks to the workshops the group become more coherent. Instead of competing with each other, they comped as a team. Teamwork and sharing knowledge is something we have to learn and practice and these activities helped everyone become a better team worker.

Loredana Zima Krnelić, prof.


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LEGO – Arduino – STEMI
Loredana Zima Krnelić / datum: 17. 4. 2019. 12:11

 

In Robotic lessons students construct LEGO mindostorm robot. They were using EV3

application for constructing and programming robot. They realized the importance of algorithams as well as teh importance of constructing it, because it wont work. In this task they had fun and learned how to control it with iPads and cell phones.

In Arduino projects they have learned about the basics of Arduino board. They have connected led lights to Arduino bord and then upload a programme for semafor lights. Also they used servo motor for ramp so when the green light is on car can start the race. Also when motion senzor detects car the ramp (servo motor) is up and car can enter the race. In this task they used basic electronics and basic programms, learned how they can connect Arduino bord and other senzors, motors or LEDs. Arduino has many options so tehy could think about projects for the future.

STEMI is a croatian innovation that is made for learning by creating. This project become entrepreneourship as well for the students who build it. Our students had the oppurtunitie to build it and learn about the basics of electronics and programming.

Loredana Zima Krnelić,prof.


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Treća mobilnost učenika u Velke Bystrice (Czech Republic)
Loredana Zima Krnelić / datum: 16. 4. 2019. 12:24

Učenici 6.a razreda u periodu od 23. do 30. travnja 2019.  boravili su u Češkoj.

   

Što su naučili i kako su se proveli prezentirali su na sjednici Učiteljskog vijeća, 15. travnja 2019. u 16 sati.


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International fair for UNICEF
Loredana Zima Krnelić / datum: 19. 2. 2019. 11:57

Students made handmade product and souvenirs to sale them at school fair in Czech Republic. They made many bookmarks, painted coasters and Easter decorations for the fair in Czech Republic. Money that they collected went for UNICEF. While selling products on fair students negotiate about the price and learned about earning money . They could see that it is not so easy to sell products and earn money. They also had to negotiate about the price to sell more products. While selling their products they have to calculate different kind of currency because buyers wanted to buy products in Crown but also in Euro. At the begining they had to agree for the price of each product. Also they had to decide about some selling offers like three products for two euro. In this task they have realized that it is not so easy to earn money. 

Also they made suvenirs for Third Transnational meeting in Rijeka. They did 3d printer tags for Erasmus teachers, ceramic presents with typical croatian coast houses and Croatian Glagolitic,  the oldest known Slavic alphabet. 

In this task students learned a lot. They learned about making and promoting products, learning about croatian culture and souvenirs, learning about negotiation, differnet currencies and also to be proactive members of school and local community.


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Business ideas – innovations
Loredana Zima Krnelić / datum: 12. 4. 2018. 12:45

Our students had to think of some business ideas – innovations, like earrings with sound, backpacks with integrated umbrellas and so on. In this activity they had to present their new business ideas. Students were divided in teams.

Each student had a different role within the team. Before the activity we did some research about team roles. We found out that there are 9 team roles. It doesn’t mean that every team has to have 9 students. The important thing is that every team role has its strengths and weaknesses and to take that into consideration is a great opportunity for self-perception and understanding each other while working in a team. The nine team roles are: coordinator, motivator, finisher, shaper, specialist, monitor – evaluator, resource investigator, plant and implementer. This helped students assign roles within the teams. While working on the assignment they got to know each other much better. Except from the team roles they had to decide about the design of the presentation, to think of presentation and communication skills and, of course, different marketing tricks because they had to prepare presentations of new business ideas and win the best score.

Students followed other students’ presentations, asked questions and made decisions about investing their imaginary money in the innovation. In this assignment students also had to calculate how much money they need for their startup. They also made visit cards with QR codes to give them to their imaginary potential investors.

Loredana Zima Krnelič, prof.


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Interactive Erasmus corner
Loredana Zima Krnelić / datum: 22. 2. 2018. 12:52

The main idea of our interactive Erasmus corner is to share and show products and project activities done in the project with students, teachers and parents as well as to encourage other teachers to join the Erasmus programme with their own project ideas. Many teachers do different kinds of projects and activities in school and they should share them with other schools abroad and Erasmus is for sure an excellent opportunity to make that happen.  Our interactive Erasmus corner has been well accepted by students. Students have ideas about how to organize it. While creating it we had the need to include a digital tree in it.

The tree shows what ICT tools we used in our Erasmus + activities. We are an Apple Lighthouse School so most of our children use iPads for learning in class and at home. In each Erasmus activity we used many ICT tools. Each student drew a digital tree and at then we chose what is important to have in our school’s digital tree.  In this activity students learned about netiquette, different ICT tools for online collaboration and cooperation, copyright, creative commons, cloud storage, online documents, sharing documents with students and teachers and so on. This digital tree is important because while students use different ICT tools in Erasmus project activities they also have to be very careful and cautious about copyright, signal and battery charger, personal data, netiquette rules, passwords, protecting online documents and type of sharing them with other students, publishing, advanced research, downloading, writing emails, online shopping and so on. 


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BBC microbit games
Loredana Zima Krnelić / datum: 12. 10. 2017. 12:25

As technology is very important in all aspects of entrepreneourship students did many activities in Robotic lessons. They learn while playing with different technology:  BBC microbits, mBots, STEMI robot,  LEGO and Arduino and learn how to use it while developing creativity and innovation. Since "the world belongs to the young”, they have to know how technology works and how they can use it to programme their world. In Robotics our students (5th and 6th graders) learn about the mBot and the BBC:microbit. Older pupils demonstrate how to connect parts of a mBot robot and how to control it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nubo1qi5CAA

Students like the most the fact that it can be controlled by a tablet or a cell phone. Novelties of the mBlock app, a very kids friendly app, are the possibility of controlling an mBot by voice (GO FORWARD, GO BACKWARD, TURN LEFT, TURN RIGHT), the possibility of drawing a path along which it will move as well as the possibility of programming sounds on piano keys. Such an approach encourages students to learn programming, helps them understand algorithms and develops problem solving skills. Students also learn about the BBC:microbit microcontroller which can be programmed to display different animations, lights and sounds. The most interesting fact is that this tiny microcontroller has senzors for temperature, light and movement. Using these senzors students learned how to programme a microbit to register the room temperature, the intensity of light and movement and counted the number of steps taken in the classroom.

https://youtu.be/tLgaAgnniqc

In this way they learned and had fun at the same time. These microcontrollers and kids friendly applications play an important role in developing inovativity, creativity and helping students understand how technology works. Our 6th grader Tin Fike (11 years old) programmed the traditional game “Rock, scissors, paper” on a BBC:microbit.

Loredana Zima Krnelić, prof.


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