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Etwinning Events

We have developed many live events in the etwining platform to share our formation

1. Programming a Database with Libreoffice from Scratch

This activity developed by the IES Playamar within the activities of the «Code Week» for the students of the computer science cycle that participate in the Etwinning GBPE and UIPEC projects. The Activity consists of a workshop to develop a Database with Libre Office from Scratch. The activity is in Spanish and is open to anyone who is interested in it.

https://live.etwinning.net/events/event/211415

9 May, It’s a very important date . This day is the anniversary of the Schuman Declaration, the founding act of the European Union and one of the most important and Positive Events of XX Century . Our students must know and this is the reason of this event 🙂 We will Celebrate with many activities … we will make a Brainstorming to improve Europe , a 3d Workshop to create the symbols of europe and print them and others.

2. Printing and Craftmanship UIPEC Congress

https://live.etwinning.net/events/event/234157

Activities related to the UIPEC Erasmus+ project “Using ICTs to preserve European Craftsmanship” • A18: 3D Printing Technologies. • A19: Software to design. • A20: FDM printing. (workshop to make a print) • A21: Materials for 3D printing. () • A22: Workflow: From design to 3D printing. • A23: Post-processing after 3D printing

3.Workshop GBPE App-inventor Programming

https://live.etwinning.net/events/event/298171

This Workshop UIPEC- GBPE App-inventor Programming is part of an presential workshop of the C4 Mobility GBPE Erasmus+ Project organized by IES Playamar in Torremolinos ( Spain ) This event will be retransmited online for all those who are interested in the mobile programming using APP Inventor

4. Workshop GBPE Introduction to Machine learning for kids

https://live.etwinning.net/events/event/298173

This workshop is made as one of the ICT formation actitivities part of the C4 Spain UIPEC GBPE Mobility of the GBPE “ Girls & Boys are Programming in Europe” Erasmus+ project . 2019-1-CZ01-KA229-061282-1 Erasmus +”. This activity will be also considered as part of a synergy activity for a Virtual Mobility of the UIPEC Erasmus+ Project 2019-1-ES01-KA219-065673 “Using ITC to Preserve European Crafts” . This Workshop has been imparted By Alfonso Ballesteros from IES Playamar. Everyone who is interested is Welcome ¡¡¡ Machine learning is one of the most innovative systems to implement the AI (Artificial Intelligence). This is a very hard subject to study , as it is based in the simulation the behaviour of neural cells of the humans. This technology is responsible to recognize faces, natural language and many others things of the actual IT world. This a so important programming subject that several platforms has created models which can be used by students to start this learning

Other Etwining Events

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Mobility C6 Estonia VI European Conference: “Creation of Collaborative Networks as Basis of Territorial Development”

This Mobility C6 Estonia Mobility has been configurated as the 6nd European Congress: “Creation of Collaborative Networks as Basis of Territorial Development” of the Project : Using ICTs to preserve European Craftsmanship. with code 2019-1-ES01-KA219-065673

This movility was originally planned for 02-2020 but due to COVID Restrictions it has been delayed to April of 2022.

In this congress Teachers and students from the differents schools of the erasmus project participated in the following activities : cultural activities, formation sessions , exhibitions and Working Sessions.

Final Mobility project Ceremony Video

Covid Effects & other problems

This movility have suffer strong problems due to covid Restrictions It was originally planned for 04-2020, Two month after the panthemy was decreted and many of the trips were already paid , we had to cancel everything sometimes with losts.

Finally Thanks to the improvement of the situation of the COVID Restrictions , in the 2022 Christmas Virtual meeting, it has been delayed to April of 2022, however in 2/22 it was decreted the russian war and we had to make many online meeting to carry on with the movility.

Finally it was really difficult to set this date because to establish a common date for 6 schools with differents educational systems it was like solve a puzzle.

Thanks to The estonian team who made a great effort working in a half holidays week (Thanks again) we could to carry on this movility in a successful way.

Planning in PDF

Contents

In this mobility, we will develop the planned contents , but also we will benefy of the crafts especialization of Tallinn and the experience of Saku school.

  • Handicrafts as the basis of territorial development
  • The importance of social capital for local development.

  • Artisan networks as part of social capital.
  • Craft business networks and socioeconomic dynamism.
  • How to create local socio-institutional networks
  • Application of social networks to the artisan sector. on on the printer.

5) Planning Methodology.

We will use Benchmarking because the purpose of this international meeting is to transfer knowledge of best practices, around the central theme of the meeting, and its application to other schools.

The Estonian center has a great capacity and experience in creating networks and a high level of involvement of the entire educational community in this type of initiative. In the training workshops we will use Problem Based Learning, Designthinking and Project Based Learning.

6) Planned Activitities

  • A30: Wayfinding: a window to creativity.
  • A31: Create collaborative networks with the artisan sector.
  • A32: Exhibition of ancestral trades in Europe.
  • A33: Handicraft mini-companies fair.
  • A34: Official presentation of final products.

C6 Developed Activities

  1. Cruise Travel to Helsinki crossing the baltic sea
  2. Cultural tour by Helsinki . Students had the chance to visit Cathedral , Parlament square ,
    City Museum , Tower of Sinebrychoff Park
  3. A32: Exhibition of ancestral trades in Europe. Sinebrychoff art museum
  4. A31: Create collaborative networks with the artisan sector. Visit to Kauppatori Helsinki craft
    Market
  5. A32: Exhibition of ancestral trades in Europe. Visit to Suomenlinna UNESCO Fortress
  6. Opening Mobility Ceremony at Metropol Congress Area
  7. A32: Exhibition of ancestral trades in Europe. Tallinn´s old town tour
  8. A32: Exhibition of ancestral trades in Europe. 11.00 Raeapteek Pharmacy Crafts Museum –
    Alchemy Workshop
  9. A32: Exhibition of ancestral trades in Europe. Estonian History Museum – Great Guild Hall
  10. Private Touristic Tallinn Bus tour and Visit to Song Festival Grounds
  11. Students convivence activity at Bowling Tournament at Kuulsaal
  12. Visit at KUMU Art Museum
  13. Visit at Laste Gallery Children´s creative house workshop
  14. Visit to Loewenschede Tower
  15. A30 wayfinding: a window to creativity. Ceramics Workshop Assur Ceramics
  16. Visit to the Proto Invention Factory VR installations
  17. Handmade Crafted Ballons & Science Workshop . A30 – wayfinding: a window to creativity.
  18. Students convivence activity : Kalev Spa Waterpark.
  19. Wittenstein Time Museum in Paide, the heart of Estonia
  20. Estonian Imavere Diary Museum
  21. Workshop making Crafted ice cream
  22. Visiting handmade candles factory
  23. Visit to National Park Viru bog
  24. Creation of an decorative wood stick Woodworking Workshop
  25. Survival in the forest Workshop
  26. Making fire in the old ways Workshop
  27. Wedding Strippes Workshop
  28. Visit to Jägala waterfall and Estonia Beach
  29. Visit to Tallinn Walls
  30. Visit to Kiek inde Kok Museum
  31. Visit to Master crafters Katarina Street & Eesti Nukukunsti Maja
  32. C6 Mobility & Project Closing Ceremony with the assistance of Saku Mayor
  33. A33: Handicraft mini-companies fair
  34. A34: Official presentation of final products
  35. Closing Concert

SUNDAY, April 24 2022

Travel to Helsinki

Although this mobility woudl be taken place in Tallin, some teams (the Spanish & Czech Team) taking advantage of the posiblity to visit this cultural & artistic town, and with the free Sunday due to flights restrictions planned this visit the previous day of the mobility.

9:00 Take the boat to cross the Baltic sea

This was an incredible posiblibity for students who never had enter such a big ship like this and also see the coast line of tallinn and Helsinki

11:00 Cultural tour by Helsinki

A32: Exhibition of ancestral trades in Europe.
Sinebrychoff art museum

12:00 Visit to Sinebrychoff art museum. The Sinebrychoff Art Museum is an art museum located on Bulevardi in Helsinki, Finland. The museum exhibits the old European art collections (dating between the 14th and 19th centuries) of the Finnish National Gallery. In addition, half of the museum acts as a historic house museum, displaying the 19th century estate of the Sinebrychoff family.

A31: Create collaborative networks with the artisan sector.
Visit to Helsinki craft Market

13:30 The Crafts Market Square (Kauppatori ) is a central square is located in central Helsinki, at the eastern end of Esplanadi and bordering the Baltic Sea to the south and Katajanokka to the east. The Presidential Palace, Helsinki City Hall, Swedish Embassy and the Stora Enso Headquarters building (designed by Alvar Aalto) are all located adjacent to Market Square.
Many of the traditional crafts from the baltic region are present here ( ambar jewellery, Skins, woodcrafs , etc ) .

Lunch in Helsinki craft Market

14:00 h in Helsinki craft Market : The Crafts Market Square is a great place to taste the typycal Food and a good price.

A32: Exhibition of ancestral trades in Europe.
Visit to Suomenlinna UNESCO Fortress

15:00 Suomenlinna is sea fortress built on eight islands about 4 km southeast of the city center of Helsinki.
Suomenlinna is UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1991 which is part of the baltic history.
This visit was a great opportunity for participants to discover the estonian, swedish and Finnish History

Visit to Helsinki City Center

17:00 Students had the chance to visit Cathedral , Parlament square , City Museum , Tower of Sinebrychoff Park

19:00 Back to Tallin in HLS Baltic line

MONDAY, April 25 2022

8.00 Opening Mobility Ceremony

As all the teams where hosted in the same hotel this ceremony take place in Metropol Hotel Conference room This was the planning

  • Welcome Message by Saku School Authorities
  • 1 Minute of Silence For Ukrania
  • Distribution by Groups & Presentation of Facebook Group
  • Presentation of Planning
  • Deliverance the congress materials.

Tallinn´s old town tour. A32: Exhibition of ancestral trades in Europe.

10.00 Visit to Tallinn´s old town tour Guided by Estonian Students and separated by international groups to improve the communication between students

A32: Exhibition of ancestral trades in Europe. 11.00 Raeapteek Pharmacy Crafts Museum – Alchemy Workshop

At 11.00 in the Raeapteek Pharmacy Crafts Museum – Alchemy Workshop, we will assist toanother activity to develop the A32: Exhibition of ancestral trades in Europe.

The Raeapteek ,opposite the Town Hall, at house number 11, it is one of the oldest continuously running pharmacies in Europe, having always been in business in the same house since the early 15th century. It is also the oldest commercial enterprise and the oldest medical establishment in Tallinn.

The first known image of the Town-Hall Pharmacy is an oil painting by Gustav Adolph Oldekop, showing Tallinn’s Town Hall Square in 1800. The first photos of the building date from 1889.

A32: Exhibition of ancestral trades in Europe. Estonian History Museum – Great Guild Hall

At 12.00 we will visit the The Great Guild Hall Estonian History Museum part of the A32 Planned Activity.

The Great Guild or Suurgild in Estonian was a guild for merchants and artisans, operating in Tallinn from at least the 14th century until 1920.

It was based in the Great Guild hall, a Gothic building in the historical centre of Tallinn, today housing the Estonian History Museum. In 2013, the Great Guild hall was named a European Heritage site.

12:30 Ancient Trades Workshop

We recived a workshop about the trades and crafts of the ancient kingdom and how the work was shared in Guild. We had to discover with guild make which tasks.

1.30 Lunch at “Tommi grill“ (Viru väljak 2)

Private Touristic Tallinn Bus tour and Visit to Song Festival Grounds

At 14.10 we will take a Private Hop on hop off bus at Viru Station which will teach us using headphones the most important points of Tallinn.

Finally we will visit the Estonian Song Festival Grounds a very important point in the live of Tallinn. The Estonian Song Festival laulupidu, is one of the largest choral events in the world, a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity. It is held every five years in July on the Tallinn Song Festival Grounds (Lauluväljak) simultaneously with the Estonian Dance Festival. The joint choir has comprised more than 30,000 singers performing to an audience of 80,000.

17.00 Students convivence activity and dinner at Bowling Tournament at Kuulsaal (Mere pst 6)

18:00 Teachers dinner in Chicago Restaurant

TUESDAY, April 26 2022

9.30 Bus in front of Mere pst 5 (signed as UIPEC)

KUMU Art Museum

At 10.00 , We will visit the KUMU Art Museum in a guided visit of the baltic art(Weizenbergi 34)
The Kumu Art Museum ( Kumu kunstimuuseum) is an art museum in Tallinn, Estonia. It is one of the largest museums in Estonia and one of the largest art museums in Northern Europe. It is one of the five branches of the Art Museum of Estonia, housing its main offices.

Laste Gallery Children´s creative house workshop

At 12.30 we will visit a very special place a museum with art made by children with problems. Children´s creative house workshop located at Kuninga, 6

Visit to Loewenschede Tower

At 13.30 we visit Asuur Ceramics Studio in Loewenschede Tower (Kooli 7)

A30 – wayfinding: a window to creativity. Ceramics Workshop

In the lower part of Loewenschede Tower, we could develop part of the A30 – wayfinding: a window to creativity a Black Clay Ceramics crafts workshop where creativty was the most important thing.

14.15 Lunch on your own choice

15.30 Visit to Proto Invention Factory VR Installations

In the Proto invention factory, we develop part of the A30 – wayfinding: a window to creativity.

PROTO invention factory is a unique combination of novel VR technology and prototypes of technology. Also PROTO Invention Factory is situated in the historic Noblessner Foundry. The history of the Noblessner shipyard goes back to 1912, when two Saint Petersburg businessmen built Tsarist Russia’s most important submarine factory .

Handmade Crafted Ballons & Science Workshop

Creating a ballon was an art in the centuries XIX and XVIII. In this workshop we learned about how this modern crafters created this Magical dispositives and how we could make one by ourselves

Students convivence activity : Kalev Spa Waterpark.

Students had the chance to enjoy the wonderfull installations of the kalevspa which includes a watepark with amazing slides.

WEDNESDAY, April 27 2022

8.30 Bus in front of Mere pst 5 (signed as UIPEC)

Wittenstein Time Museum in Paide, the heart of Estonia

At 11.00 we Visit the Wittenstein Time Centre in Paide, the heart of Estonia a tower part of a very big fortress which is a vistual part of the history of Estonia.

The tower on Vallimägi Hill in Paide is now home to the Wittenstein Time Centre.

An elevator has taken over the role of a time machine, with displays from different eras exhibited on different floors – the days of knights, kings and stars, the period of occupation, the first Republic of Estonia, and the period of the country’s regained independence.

Sound and lighting effects, video programmes and illusions add to the overall effect.

13.40 Lunch at Imavere Tavern

Estonian Imavere Diary Museum

At 14.30, Students and Teachers visit the Estonian Diary Museum in Imavere, an important center especiallized in the diffusion of the crafted Milk products and the importance of this industry in the development of Estonia.

This activity was part of the planned activity A31: Create collaborative networks with the artisan sector.

Workshop – making ice cream

Experts from the Imavere Diary Museum, prepared a workshop where students leant to make their own crafted artisanal ice cream…. and tasted it¡

16.30 Visiting handmade candles factory

This activity developed to make the objetives of A31: Create collaborative networks with the artisan sector and A30 – wayfinding: a window to creativity in other interesting activity about candles Creation Workshop where each student learnt to create their own candles

18:00 Back to Tallinn. Each team dinner by themselves.

THURSDAY, April 28 2022

8.00 Bus in front of Mere pst 5 (signed as UIPEC)

Visit to National Park Viru bog

9.00 Visiting Viru bog Viru Bog is a bog in Harju County, Estonia within Lahemaa National Park. The area of the bog is 235 ha. Thickness of peat layer is about 6 m.


Workshops. Kolga Civil Centre. Workshops .

At 10.40 We visit the Kolga Civil Centre (https://www.facebook.com/kolgaseltsimaja/) an inniciative of local crafters to show students their cultural crafts . The story of Kolga Society House begins in Kolga Parish House, built in 1873. The house belongs to Kuusalu municipality and is managed by MTÜ Kolga Seltsimaja. Separated in Groups we attended 4 workshops of one hour each . This activity developed to make the objetives of A31: Create collaborative networks with the artisan sector and A30 – wayfinding: a window to creativity

Creation of an decorative wood stick Woodworking Workshop

In this workshop students and teachers learnt to create their own decorative wood stick using a knife, a very common craft in the baltic countries to decorate the gardens.

Survival in the forest Workshop

In this workshop students used their creativity to simulate a survaving situation in the forest.

lunch at Kolga Civil Centre.

Making fire in the old ways Workshop

Students learnt how to make fire in the forest.

Wedding Strippes Workshop

Wedding Strippes are a typical craft of the Baltic Area, Students and teachers learnt how to create this cultural craft

Visit to Jägala waterfall and Estonia Beach

At 16.00 students and teachers got a wonderfull view of one of the most impresive waterfalls in Estonia, the celebre Jägala waterfall with their dark waters. As It was pretty near we visit the Kivi Kaberneeme rannas Beach with was very nice for students .

Visit to Tallinn Walls

Tallinn Medieval Walls are one of the best preserved walls in the world. We had the chance to visit them before


18.30 Medieval experience restaurant Olde Hansa (Vana turg 1)

FRIDAY, April 29 2022

8.30 Bus in front of Mere pst 5 (signed as UIPEC)

C6 Mobility & Project Closing Ceremony

9.00 Tour in saku school.

One of the most important objetives of mobilities are the learning of ideas that could be exported in other schools.

Saku school is full of this great ideas like the hello Column , The Erasmus corner, the ideas tree and many others teachers take note to implement in our centers.

Intervention of Mr. Marti Rehemaa, Mayor of Saku.

Mr Marti Rehemaa, Mayor of the municipality of Saku expressed the support of the city hall to our project and explaned us the most important facts about the town of Saku.

Intervention of Mr. Keit Fomotskin Saku School HeadMaster

Mr. Keit Fomotskin Saku School HeadMaster expressed how important had been this project for their school and the support of the school to all these innovative inniciatives.

A33: crafts mini-companies fair

One of the planned activities of this movility was the presentation of the Craft Companies that students had created during the project. Students prepared their Craft Companies using canvas model and presenting them.

A34: Official presentation of final products

In this mobility, we make the presentation of the final products of the projects

11.30 Board game Tournament

One of the final products of the project developed in the project was the creation of a board game about crafts that was developed in the Czech Republic mobility and that was translated to the 6 participating languages (This game can be downloaded here http://eucrafts.eu/a41-board-game/)

Czech Team Prepared a Game for each country and we make a tournament with the students.

Evaluation

One of the last tasks made for the participants was to fill the Evaluation form.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdymrTx4cVtmDHvgDiF6eE-5v7RuQlQJDW9tPbGicGOEA_Y6Q/viewform

12.30 Closing Certificate Ceremony

13:15 Bus back from Saku to Tallinn

16:00 Tallinn Historical Visits

This afternoon is recomended for the Teams who have the flight in satuday to visit places which coudn`t be visit in during the week such as :

–> Kiek inde Kok Museum (https://www.visitestonia.com/en/kiek-in-de-kok-fortification-museum/)

–> Master crafters Katarina Street (https://www.katariinagild.eu)

–> Eesti Nukukunsti Maja (http://www.estoniadolls.com/ee/)

–> Palace Kadrioru loss ja park

Dissemination

This congress was diseminated in several ways.

At the Educative level of the School with its inclusion in the school website and in the Social networks of the school

Several Local Media take information of our mobility

We created an Etwinning event : so that many colleages could follow the activities

From this lines we want to thank organizators them for their attentions.

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Mobility C4 Iceland – European Congress: “DESIGN WITH 3D PRINTING: APPLICATIONS TO ART AND EUROPEAN CRAFTSMANSHIP”

This Mobility C4 Iceland Mobility has been configurated as the 4th European Congress: “Design with 3d Printing: Applications to Art and European Craftsmanship” of the Project : Using ICTs to preserve European Craftsmanship. with code 2019-1-ES01-KA219-065673

This movility was originally planned for 04-2020 but due to COVID Restrictions it has been delayed to September of 2021.

In this congress Teachers and students from the differents schools of the erasmus project participated in the following activities : cultural activities, formation sessions , exhibitions and Working Sessions.

PDF Planning

Objectives.

Activities of this Block contribute to the achievement of Obj 5 and 6. (Improve 3D techonlogycal formation) The project will benefit from the FNV School infraestructures for Metal, wood and crafting and enviroment

Contents

In this mobility, we will develop the planned 3D contents , but also we will benefy of the crafts especialization VET studies of FNV school.

  • Traditional Crafts Applied to nowadays
  • Metalware
  • Jellery
  • Woodworking
  • Horse Crafts

  • 3D Innovative Crafts
  • Printing materials
  • -Printing systems
  • 3D printing files
  • STL or OBJ formats
  • Study NETFAB Program
  • Checking and correcting 3D models
  • Study Slic3r Program
  • Conversion to print format
  • Scale, size and location on the printer.

5) Planning Methodology.

We will apply Benchmarking because the purpose of this international meeting is to transfer knowledge of best practices, around the central theme of the meeting, and its application to the rest of the schools. The Icelandic center has been working with students for years

6) Activitities developed

Sunday 12 /09/2021

  • FNV Organizes the Estonian, Lithuanian, United Kingdom and Czech R. Team pick up at Keflavik Airport which is 400 km away from School (Spanish team rents its own car.)

Monday 13/09/2021

  • 12:00 Lunch at school

  • 13:00 Excursion to the Hill of Sauðárkrókur
  • 13:00 Activity : Students and Teachers Golf Erasmus Cup

VR is a new world of chances for Innovation and entrepreneurship in this workshop. We will discover a real example of this Innovation and entrepreneurship using VR. The creation of the first world puffin museum with the inniciative of Mr Árni Gunnarsson .

This activity was meant to be celebrated in the C5 mobilty in C. Republic but as we count with an great expert in VR and entrepreneurship in this congress (Mr Árni Gunnarsson ), we have change some actitivies dates and will be celebrated here.

  • 16:00 Exhibition: Virtual Reality museum The battle ol Iceland
  • 17:00 Discussions and end program day

Tuesday 14/09/2021

Arrive @ FNV: 8:30

3D Printing Workshops

8:30 Workshop: A18: 3D Printing Technologies Workshop.

  • 15:00 Skagafjordur Herigate : A visit to Giottislaug. the legend natural warm pool.

Wednesday 14/09/2021

  • 8:30 Daytrip around Skagafjordur with visits to interesting places in light of project focus.
  • 9:30 Visit: Hofsos : Basalt Columns , Thermal waters, Crafts, Entrepreneurship & Tourism.
  • 12:00 Lunch

Horse Farming is one of the most important and traditional crafts of iceland. In the development of the Iceland C4 UIPEC Congress . We visit, Vatnsleysu , one of the most important Horse farms of Skagafjordur

  • 14:00 Visit : Fosslaug Skagafjordur waterfall

Thursday

Fish Leather crafting is a very specialized tecnhinque used in iceland to create smoth leathers from the fish skin.

Virtual Reality is a chagenging technology that offers incredible chances for Innovation but also offers a way to socializate . In this workshops teachers and students will learn how they can create this 360 degree shots and also how they can share them in several platforms like

  • Facebook VR
  • VR Google Street View
  • Kuula.co
  • Theta vr platform

In the first part of the workshop, We will discover the tools and VR Cameras like, Gear VR, used by prof Árni Gunnarsson in the creation of the documentals about puffins in the dangerous cliffs of the island Dragey and Malmey .This Documentals can be seen in puffin museum of soudarkroukur. We also vi

  • Dinner

Friday

  • Project Benchmarking
  • 8:30 – 9:30 Evaluation & Analisis time: Have we met out goals for the project meeting ?
  • 8:30 – 9:30 Improvement proposals for next meetings
  • 10:30 – 12:00 Planning next mobilities
  • 12:00 Lunch
  • 13:00 – 14:00 Meeting certification delivery ceremony.
  • Sum up and farewell

Dissemination

This congress was diseminated in several ways.

At the Educative level of the School with its inclusion in the school website and in the Social networks of the school

Several Local Media take information of our mobility https://www.feykir.is/is/frettir/godir-gestir-i-fnv

We created an Etwinning event : so that many colleages could follow the activities

Finally we created a codeweek event :

From this lines we want to thank organizators them for their attentions.

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Mobility C2 United Kingdom – European Congress: “Innovative methodologies for the implementation of international educational projects”

This Mobility C2 United Kingdom Mobility has been configurated as the 2nd European Congress: “Innovative methodologies for the implementation of international educational projects” of the Project : Using ICTs to preserve European Craftsmanship. with code 2019-1-ES01-KA219-065673

In this congress Teachers and students from the diffents schools of the erasmus project participated in the following activities : cultural activities, formation sessions , Working Sessions.

Mandatory Planned Activities

  • A7 Connection between skills in schools and the world of work.
  • A8 Artisan women entrepreneurs.
  • A9 CANVAS model in crafts.
  • A10 Financial education for craft trades.
  • A11 Marketing 3.0 in crafts.

You can download the pdf document here

Sunday 23rd

Welcome day

  • Arrival Times (Approximate arrival times in Sittingbourne in brackets)
  • Estonia: 16.45 (Gatwick) [20:00]
  • Czechia: 16:50 (Stansted) transport to Sittingbourne via minibus) [19:30-20:00]
  • Iceland: 14:25 (Gatwick) EZY8504: Easy Jet [17-17:30]
  • Lithuania: 13:00 (Luton) FR3469 [16:00]
  • Spain: 11:25 (Gatwick) (transport to Sittingbourne via minibus) [14.30-15:00]

Staff drinks and light food @ The Golden Hope, Sittingbourne from 7pm onwards

Monday 24th

  • Opening Ceremony @ Fulston Manor School

Activity A9: CANVAS model in handicraft.

Workshop: Introducing the Canvas Business Model and aims of the week

Creative Arts Workshops

  • Trip to University of Creative Arts, Rochester for creative workshops

Train departs Sittingbourne @ 11:13/ Arrive @ Chatham @ 11:31

Activity A7: Connection between competences in schools and the world of work.

  • Activity A7: Connection between competences in schools and the world of work.
  • We will Visit to Tatty Devine Studio (https://www.tattydevine.com) a renamed uk artist speciialized in Fashion and Jewellery . She will make us a nice conference.
  • Fashion and Jewellery groups will make a Design workshop.

  • Depart UCA @ 13:15
  • Depart from Tatty Devine @ 15:15
  • Train departs Chatham @ 16:05 /Arrive @ Sittingbourne @ 16:21
  • Staff meal @ Galata Mezze, Sittingbourne @ 19:00 [14 people]

Tuesday 25th

Arrive @ Fulston Manor: 8:30

Activity A8: Entrepreneurial artisan women Natasha Steer

  • Natasha Steer is one of the most renewed local artist in kent region. She will present us its project CREATABOT . A great tool to improve the Creativity and and also Guest Presentation: Life as a Creative Practitioner
    • Natasha Steer https://creatabot.co.uk
    • Students will have The Opportunity for Interviews with Natasha Steer

Workshop 1: Using Powtoon (Lauren Relf)

Lauren Relf a renewed artist and author will make for us a brief introduction to one of its dailywork tool: Powtoon

Workshop 2: Creating a Tile Transfer for Murals and Fashion Pieces (Jo Smith)

Project Activity: Creating Promotional Videos about Craft

  • Trip to Canterbury:
    • Photo-Bucket Challenge for students
  • Train departs Sittingbourne @ 12:01 /Arrive & Canterbury @ 12:21
  • Lunch for staff @ The Corner House @ 14:30
  • Train departs Canterbury @ 16:14 /Arrive & Sittingbourne @ 16:43
  • Staff: Free Time//Option: Drinks @ The Man of Kent, Rochester

Wednesday 26th

  • Arrive @ Fulston Manor: 8:20
  • Trip to London: Design Museum and Walking Tour
  • Activity : Coach to Design Museum. Depart from FMS @ 8:40
  • Activity : Visit to the Design Museum and the Beazley Design Awards Exhibition

Activity A11: Marketing 3.0 in crafts.

Interviews @ The Design Museum:

Akram Fahmi (https://1508london.com/) for Architecture and Furniture groups

Sebastien Stobbs (http://www.conquergear.com/) for Fashion group

  • Important hours
    • Walking tour: 12:45- 14:30
    • Staff lunch @ TitBits, Heddon Street @ 14:30
    • River Thames Clipper trip @ 16:00
    • Coach from Greenwich @ 17:30pm. Arrive @ FMS @ approx. 19:00
    • Staff: Free Time//Option: Drinks @ The Golden Hope

Thursday 27th

  • Arrive @ Fulston Manor: 8:30
  • A10: Financial education for craft trades
    • Guest Presentation: Innovative Business Ideas in the Creative Industries
    • Katie Briggs https://www.thetextilereview.com/
    • Interviews with Katie Briggs for Textiles and Fashion Groups
    • Interviews with Sarah Fisherman for textiles and fashion groups
  • Project work: Creating Promotional Videos about Craft
  • Visit to Chatham Dockyard
  • Coach departs FMS @ 11:45
  • Arrive @ Chatham Dockyard @ 12:15
  • Interview Opportunity:
  • Sam Hall and Barry Fentiman (https://www.wordsmithery.info/) for Written Word group
  • Daniel Cooper (https://www.darkironfab.co.uk) for Furniture group
  • Coach departs Chatham Dockyard @ 16:10
  • Arrive @ FMS @ 16:45
  • Special Staff Event @ The Cheese Room, Rochester (19:30-22:00)

Friday 28th

  • Arrive @ Fulston Manor: 8:30
  • Project work: Creating Promotional Videos about Craft
  • Project Work: Creating Fashion Pieces
  • Final Ceremony official start time: 14:00
  • Departure of Czech team @ approx. 16:00
  • Evening meal & bowling in Chatham
  • Train departs Sittingbourne @ 17:38 /Arrive & Chatham @ 17:55
  • Meal for 40 students @ 18:00 Spoons World Buffet & Bar, Chatham
  • Meal for 12 staff @ Sultan, Chatham @ 18:00
  • Bowling for staff and students @ Chatham Bowl
  • Train departs Chatham @ 21:43 /Arrive & Sittingbourne @ 22:00
  • Train departs Chatham @ 21:57 /Arrive & Sittingbourne @ 22:15
  • Option: Drinks @ The Golden Hope

Saturday 29th

Departure Times

  • Czechia: Departure Friday 28th 20:20
  • Estonia: Departure Saturday 29 Feb 17.45
  • Iceland: Departure Saturday 29th 15:30
  • Lithuania: Departure Saturday 29th 17:55

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A38 Enterpreneurship Didactic units – Final Product

Download of the Didactic Units

English Version (http://eucrafts.eu/didactic-units/ 
Spanish Version (http://eucrafts.eu/unidades-didacticas/)
Lithuanian Version (http://eucrafts.eu/didaktiniai-skyriai/)

Development of the Didactic units

These Didactic units were one of the planned product and has been done by collaboration of the schools and translated to 3 languages : Spanish , Lithuanian and English.

the contents have been developed in several didactic units using Exelearning Platform

Three versions of the Didactic units

These entrepreneurship Didactic Units have been made as one of final product of the UIPEC Erasmus Project (eucrafts.eu), which develops several objetives relationated with crafts, entreprenurship skills, Inclusion of Tics and improve the the entrepreneurial culture among the students with the theme of crafts.

This Final Product will be developed in didactic units which could be used together in a course, or as individual units to develop independent subjets.

In the first didactic unit, Didactic Unit 1. Introduction to Entrepreneurship ,we will learn General Entrepreneurship Issues.

These general concepts will teach the importance of the enviroment of an enterprise, the competences that an entrepreneur should develop and an special unit which aims to demysthify of the general errors of being a entrepreneur.

The second chapter is dedicated to the Didactic Unit 2. Entrepreneur Skills, where we discuss important skills of an entrepreneur like organising, leadership and others.

The Didactic Unit 3. Planning & Management for Entrepreneurs is a Chapter is dedicated to one of the most important skills in this world the capacity to Planning decisions & Management for Entrepreneurs.

In the Fouth Secction, Didactic Unit 4.Myths about the entrepreneurship, we will try to aboord some Myths about the entrepreneurship which produces insecurity in new entrepreneurs.

One of the most innovative techniques in the entrepreneurial world is The Canvas Model and all its sheets which helps you to start a business from scrach. Didactic Unit 5 Improving the Creativity with Canvas Model is dedicated to learn this tool with can improve our entrepreneur creativity.

Sixth Chapter,Didactic Unit 6. Crafts Investiment, is dedicated to the Investiment Skills, very important to manage the money that we can use to improve your business.

Seventh chapter, Didactic Unit 7. Example of Business Plan, is dedicated to help to do one importan>t task which has to face every entrepreneur: creating a Business Plan by an Example. On this didactic unit, we follow the process to make a bussiness plan with an example of a small business.

To sell products and services is the blood and the soul of every single company, specially in crafts bussines which have to marks differences with industrual wares. Didactic Unit 8. Marketing, the eigthth chapter speaks to us about the Marketing which is like an art that every entrepreneur must master.

Human resources is an important part of the Entrepreneurship. This Didactic Unit 9. Job Application Training, isdedicated to begginers and in this chapter we give you the keys to make a successful Job Application Training.

In tenth place, in Didactic Unit 10. Analysing ourselves with SWOT tool, we will learn an important tool to define the characteristic of our bussines and the risks and oportunities that we should afford.

Finally, In eleventh place, Didactic Unit 11. Looking for money: Sources of Financing we will study one recurrent problem that always have all those who decide this way of life : Get money for our business in the chapter Sources of Financing for Companies.

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A44 Collaboration Network

This product was one of the final demanded products, a collaboration network which make explicit the links with entreprises, organizations, ONGs and schools which were developed during this project.

This project has three main areas of action, crafts & art , Entrepreneurship & new technologies (ICT)

During this project we have interatuated with many entreprises and organizations which with we have created a very dense network within all Europe in this page we explicite most of the stakeholders which have collaborated with us.

Collaboration network can be seen at a glance in this infography. You can download this inforgraphy in PDF format ready for A3 Printing in high quality in this link

Collaboration Patners from each country.

UK Patners

  • Rochester University of Creative Arts
  • Activity A9: CANVAS model in handicraft.
  • Workshop: Introducing the Canvas Business Model and aims of the week
  • The Design Museum
  • Activity A11: Marketing 3.0 in crafts.
  • Interviews @ The Design Museum
  • https://designmuseum.org/
  • Akram Fahmi from 1508london.com
  • https://1508london.com/
  • Interviews for the Architecture and Furniture students groups
  • Natasha Steer
  • Activity A8: Entrepreneurial artisan women.
  • Guest Presentation: Life as a Creative Practitioner
  • https://creatabot.co.uk
  • Opportunities for Interviews with Natasha Steer for all groups

  • Katie Briggs & Sarah Fisherman from the textile review
  • Activity A10: Financial education for craft trades Guest Presentation: Innovative Business Ideas in the Creative Industries
  • https://www.thetextilereview.com/
  • Interviews with Katie Briggs for Textiles and Fashion Groups
  • Interviews with Sarah Fisherman for textiles and fashion groups
  • Sam Hall and Barry Fentiman from Wordsmithery
  • Activity Interview for students of the Word & Furniture group
  • Interview to Sam Hall and Barry Fentiman for Written Word group
  • https://www.wordsmithery.info/

Estonia Patners

  • Kolga Seltsimaja
  • https://www.kolgaseltsimaja.ee/
  • With the Kolga Seltsimaja Crafters we developed Workshops about woodcrafts, Wedding stripes and forest survival.
  • Asuur Ceramics Studio in Loewenschede Tower
  • http://shorturl.at/lnLQU
  • In the Asuur Ceramics Studio in Loewenschede Tower, students learned to make their own ceramics
  • Great Guild Hall Museum
  • https://www.ajaloomuuseum.ee/
  • Great Guilds were the associations of crafters in the past. in this Guilds Hall Museum , our students learned about the work organization in the middle ages .

Spain Patners

  • Malaga TechPark
  • https://www.pta.es/
  • Our students visited Malaga TechPark in their installations where we make a workshop about entrepreneurship and crafts
  • ETSI Malaga ICT University
  • https://www.uma.es/ETSI-informatica
  • Malaga ICT University made for us a visit to their complex and showed us some very interesting projects and the chances students have to study on it.
  • Consejeria de Turismo de Ronda
  • We had the chance to visit ronda and make a escape room activity to discover the history and crafts of this town.
  • https://www.turismoderonda.es
  • Td Consulting & la Fabrica del videojuego
  • https://lafabricadelvideojuego.com/
  • https://tdconsulting.es/
  • Td Consulting & la Fabrica del videojuego collaborated with our project with the development of several ITC workshops.
  • Edufinet
  • https://www.edufinet.com/
  • Edufinet is an Organization that promotes the entrepreneurship in the schools with materials and help our project in several ways.

Czech Republic patners

Iceland Patners

  • Vatnsleysu Horse Farm – Icelandic Pedigri
  • Vatnsleysu Horse Farm is one of the farms with Icelandic Pedigri of horses they made for us a domostration of horse and also the crafts associated to to horse like the creation of horseshoes
  • Glaumbaer Farm
  • http://www.glaumbaer.is/
  • Glaumbaer farmhouse is said to have stood on the hill at Glaumbær since the Age of the Settlements. In this farm students could learn about how critical were the crafts in the past which could determinte the survival of a community.
  • Nordic fish Leather
  • https://nordicfishleather.com/contact-us/
  • Nordic fish Leather is an innovative crafts company with works with the fnv school to develop a diferent type of leather work based in the skins of fish. They made for us an exhibition
  • 1238 The Battle of Iceland is an immersive exhibition
  • https://1238.is/
  • We had the chance to visit the 1238 The Battle of Iceland VR Museum.
  • Hofsos
  • We had the the chance to visit this town and it’s celebre basalt columns with a guide of the town
  • https://goo.gl/maps/G7RM4fUSLE6HHcdp9

    Myrkur games
  • https://myrkur.is/
  • Myrkur games is an innovative Icelandic videogame company . We were lucky that they made for us a videoconference showing us how traditional crafts are used to create objects that are digitalized and used in videogames.
  • Reykir – Grettislaug
  • https://utilegukortid.is/tjaldsvaedi/grettislaug-a-reykholum/
  • This open air warm pool which is part of the legends and crafts of the region as it was constructed by one of the mithical heros of viking sagas: Gréttar who was said to live in the Dragnay island and swim some kilometers to use this pool. Students & teachers learned about this history of the pool by the word of a guide of the pool.

Lithuanian Patners

  • Druskos Studija
  • https://www.druskosstudija.lt/
  • Druskos Studija is an organization especialiazed in a very special craft, the use of prehistoric salt as material of the constrution of their crafts. They made a very interesting workshop for us.
  • Lietuvos nacionalinis kultūros centras
  • http://savadas.lnkc.lt/verbos.html
  • We have the chance to count of an expert of the Lietuvos nacionalinis kultūros centras
  • to develop the verbos and other crafts workshops about the lithuanian Compendium of Intangible Cultural Heritage Values.
  • Senoji kibininė
  • https://www.kibinas.lt/en/main-2/
  • Senoji kibininė is an restaurant that make one of the most popular cakes in lithuania. They make a workshop for our project to show us their secrets.
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Stats & Visits

To control the visits we got the Stats downloaded from the registers of the hosting in a Spread Sheet

In total, we can count almost 100.000 visits.

The resumen of the visits are those

Total2022202120202019
museum.eucrafts.eu29.133,0011.875,0016.900,00358,000,00
www.eucrafts.eu72.320,0018.066,0038.522,0015.038,00694,00

Raw data from the hosting in ods

You can get the raw data here

Spreedsheet Raw Stats Download here :

(please to download as it’s an excel file so you will have to press in “Save the link as …” and allow the system to download it because he will think its a malware … but of course it’s not)

Raw data from the hosting in pdf

https://eucrafts.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/eucraft-websitestats.pdf

Never mind if you dont trust the ods file or your computer gives tou a lot of problems .. you can download it in pdf format here_

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A43: App with trades at risk getting lost.

This “A43: App with trades at risk getting lost” is one of the final products created in our project.

It was made colectively by the students and teachers of each country.

You can download each version here

1º Getting the information

Students created the information about the crafts and send to the project using the etwinning platform

https://twinspace.etwinning.net/89268/pages/page/2318253

and google forms to recolect the info

https://forms.gle/Q1EkoQvziownXAtw9

2º Programming the app

ITC Computer Vet Students of the spanish team (IES Playamar) have developed the app using the platform of App Inventor

3º Translation of the app

The info has been prepared in the common project languaje but we want it in each patner languaje so we have created a shared document with the app information so that students from each country can translate it to their language (Spanish, Lithuanian, Estonian, Icelandic & Czech)

4º Diffusion of the app

Source Code has been uploaded to the mit gallery

https://gallery.appinventor.mit.edu/?galleryid=acd812b9-2a1f-4bb2-9c92-5f7c5b85efad

Download the app

It can be downloaded here now you have to grant special permissions to your mobile phone to install it

Clic to download the app

Tutorial to install it here :
https://www.appaloosa.io/guides/how-to-install-apps-from-unknown-sources-in-android/

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A41 Board Game Spanish Version

This is one of the final products of the project spanish Version of the crafts game

Downloads for the spanish Version of the game

Rules of the Game and Questions in Spanish

3d Pieces for printer

BoardGame in pdf A3 Format

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Entrepreneurship Sessions in PTA

This Activity is part of the Mobility C4 in Spain, configurated as the 4th European Congress: “Innovative tools For ICT Learning” of the Project : Girls and Boys are Programming in Europe in colaboration with our other project UIPEC (crafts , technology & Entrepreneurship ). One of the objetives of the project it`’s to improve the entrepreneur spirit of our students and this activity is made to work on it.

Activities

  • Visit to PTA Technology museum
  • Conference ” Entrepreneurship Opportunities in PTA”
  • Conference ” Innicia Educative Entrepreneurship in Andalucia”
  • Tour: “Andalusian Technological Park most important entreprises”

On Thursday, we had the chance to visit the PTA Andalusian Technological Park a huge complex of technological entreprises where we recibed two Conferences and we make a tour by the Most important enterprises of the park.

PTA Andalusian Technological Park Museum

Visit to the PTA Andalusian Technological Park. (Spanish Silicon Valley) Entrepreneurship Conference in the Green Ray Complex in the Andalusian Technological Park and the PTA Technology museum

Conference ” Innicia Educative Entrepreneurship in Andalucia”

12:30 In the Conference ” Innicia Educative Entrepreneurship in Andalucia” . Our lecturer, A.Ballesteros as Member of the Pedagological team of Innicia in Malaga, showed the students 6 Teachers how this educative program Innicia has been working to improve the Entrepreneurship skills of the students in their 3 dimensions.

Conference ” Entrepreneurship Opportunities in PTA”

We had the chance to recibe a nice speech about the importance of the PTA for the entrepreneurial and technological development of Málaga, and also more important about the Opportunities for young entrepreneurs in the PTA and how students could apply for this advantage.
Our Conferencer and Host was Mrs. Aline Daniel who is International Project Manager in Málaga TechPark .

Tour: Andalusian Technological Park most important entreprises

PTA is a reference for innovative enterprises in this tour we visit some of the most important entreprises of the park guided by Mrs Aline Daniel.

From this lines we want to thank organizators Specially to Aline Daniel from the PTA for Its attentions.