Strona polska uczestnicząca w projekcie zaprezentowała dyrekcji szkoły w listopadzie 2014 dwa z wielu produktów wymiany w Lingen tj. koszulki i kubki z nadrukami wykonanymi przez uczniów w pracach zespołowych.
Po powrocie z wymiany w Lingen uczestnicy zaprezentowali w październiku 2014 na forum szkolnym w obecności Dyrektora Szkoły i uczniów poszczególnych klas program wizyty w tej szkole partnerskiej i przebieg prac w poszczególnych grupach roboczych wymieszanych narodowościowo oraz powstałe produkty wymiany.
On the days between 22.09 and 1.10 Polish students took part in next part of the exchange, which happened in Lingen. German students prepared numerous activities and provided sleeping points for their guests. As it was in Poland, we were divided into workgroups. In each group, there was a brainstorm at first, and after that, we started careful work on our tasks. Each day (excluding weekend) was divided into 2 parts. On the one hand there was working in groups and on the other hand we had a good time and integration. At the weekend we had a rest time - it was a time without working.
On the 29.09.2014 Mobile version of our website began to work properly. Now, smartfon's users are also able to see our work's effects
On the days between 11 and 14 of july 2014 we had a visit here in lingen of two polish teachers - Sebastian Kubica and Monika Mokrzycka, who take part in the project. The visit's goal was to talk about the further way of project's realisation and, what's more important, to plan actions of the upcoming september part of the project. Within the program of the trip, Polish teachers visited the city accompanied by their German partners.
On the days between 20 and 21 of february 2014 German teachers - Malte Zilinski, Werner Focke and Iris Besserer, from partner school in Lingen visited ZSK. The goal of their visit was the preparation before the upcoming students exchange (between 24 of March and 2 of April 2014) and to talk about the project's details. By the way, they met Polish students taking part in the project.
One of the students taking part in Comenius program made use of his skills and created a chat app, which is planned to be embedded into our blog. Mateusz described widget's way of work.
"The project plans to embed a chat as a part of the portal which is to be created by all of us. It's working way is quite simple. In order o send a message, the script gets the value straight from the cell, and the vale us being transported to the variable, which is transported via ajax to the .php file. this file's task is to transport to the database. to download the conversation, the rue is similiar. Sciprt and loop checks if there is a new post in the database. Next, the value is being transported to a variable and noted into a special formula: b - variable with previous messages, first - variable with new message, dare variable with date.
document.getElementById(‘chat’).innerHTML=(b+”<div id =’post1′>”+first+”<div id=’date’>”+date+”</div></div>”);
The chat is already done, but it is in the tesh phase though, and embedding it won't be a simple task
Before German guests arrival for the first excange (end of the march 2014) polish students are practising german talking skills in order to communitace better with german students. It will help with cooperating in workgroups mixed with nationalities
After a recrutation in september and october 2013, by which several students expressed the will of taking part in the project, there was a time for preparing studies before the first exchange in november they were lessons about situation in after-war Polish and Germany, and relations between those nations.
Pola is polish girl, and Hans is german Boy. They are the symbols of our project "typically polish, typically german"
The characters were created by Julia, a student taking part in Comenius. She used freeware graphic software - Inkscape and Gimp. the characters can be seen on the mainsite of our log/. They stand for two nationalities - Poland and Germany and for the cooperation between the nations
Time of the project - 2013-2015
Supervisor: Sebatian Kubica
Teachers taking part:Agata Wojcieszak, Monika Mokrzycka
Education Project, funded by the Comenius program (more: http://www.comenius.org.pl), realised with partner school in Lingen, Germany, now in beginning phase. Project will last for 2 years and contain two ten-days meetings. One in Poznan, One in Lingen
Project title:"typically polish, typically german"
The project goal is to describe and critically present the mentality and prejudices by German and Polish on each other. that has to help to kill the stereotypes. students fro both school will judge both theirself, and colleagues from the other school.Mentality, on in other words - mind drift focuses on suspected perfect positives of each nation - like German punctuality and polish hospitality and negatives like German will of anarchy and polish conformism
due to the factm that every student is studying IT, every actions associated to the project will be realised using IT technologies. expected results are two oline surveys with the newest IT technology (HTML5, jQuery,PHP,MySQL...). Students involved will be authors of the questions and administrators of the system at once. students (twelve from each sides) will be divided into workgropus. every group will be mixed with nationalities
Goals of project:
- increasing creating websites knowledge and skills,
- gaining first experiences in international teamwork,
- getting to know different cultures and creating the basics of tolerance,
- improving knowledge of english and german languages by using them in communication between the students,
- continuing the partnership between both partner schools.
1. Bartosz Adamczewski
2. Jan Kaczmarek
3. Paweł Piskorek
4. Maciej Klebaniuk
5. Mariusz Będziecha
6. Patryk Kowalczyk
7. Ewelina Przybyła
8. Adam Kwieciński
9. Michał Ślatała
10. Julia Lewandowska
11. Tomasz Blimel
12. Mateusz Prendki