1) According to FB addiction stats the most FB addicted (the biggest numer of
posts a day) country is:
2) What is the name of Polish minister of digital affairs?
3) The country with the biggest percentage of social media fans is:
1) Argentina 2) Vietnam 3)Poland
Erasmus + National Agency in Poland has published the material about the Safe Internet For All Day at the school in Poland. It can be seen at:
The information about SIFA project will also be ublished in Erasmus+ 2015 report as an example of good practice.
Miło nam poinformować, że na stronie programu Erasmus+ w dziale inspiracje został opublikowany materiał o realizowanym przez nasze LO międzynarodowym projekcie "Safe Internet For All" realizowanym przy współpracy z następującymi krajami: Grecja, Austria, Norwegia i Szwecja. Fotorelacja z reportażu dostępna jest również na fundacyjnym fiakrze (Fundacja Rozwoju Systemu Edukacji). Dodatkowo opis projektu, jako przykład dobrej praktyki pojawi się w raporcie o programie Erasmus+ za rok 2015.
Mr Armand Stanczak from the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology gave a presentation about the wise use of the Internet. The students and teachers taking part in the project had an opportunity do debate about the ways of controlling the use of the Intenet.
There were at least 10 stalls with different kinds od dishes. All of the dishes were made by the students of LO Grojec themselves. The apple pies, dumplings, cakes were all delicious. The project participants voted for the best dish.
Integration evening at the school in Grojec was an entertaining event which helped the students integrate even more. During the evening the students could present their talents. It was amazing how gifted the students were at singing, dancing, doing sports, playing different instruments, etc. The event ended with a big SIFA cake - a special treat for the guest countries.
Students were working collaboratively to create websites, using weebly.com
There were four international groups, each working on a separate topic. The topics were all connected with Safety on the Internet: sexting, grooming, cyberbullying and offensive content. The students task was to create an instructive website which would be easily accessible.
A presentation on the causes and consequences of grooming and sexting was given by Ewa Dziemidowicz from Nobody's Children Foundation. Students could learn more about the problems which are becoming more and more serious among youngsters nowadays.
Presentation of questionnaire analysis (Safety on the Internet) by Giorgos Hlapanis.
The visit in Krakow started with a workshop at Jagiellonian University. Phd Dominika Dziwisz conducted a quiz checking the students' knowledge about the dangers connected with the use of the Internet. The students were divided into four teams, and after a lecture on Internet safety, the participants had to compete against each other with a view to winning the main prize.