Hour Of Code - Ura za kodo 2014

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Letošnji teden poučevanja računlništva in informatike bi zlahka poimenovali "Slovenija programira".

Hvala vsem ki ste se pridružili.

OŠ Franc Rozman Stane Maribor, mentorja Blaž Bevc, prof. in Radovan Krajnc, prof.

Gimnazija Murska Sobota, mentorica Romana Vogrinčič, prof.

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OŠ Beltinci, menotrica Sonja Kepe, prof. 

 

 

 

OŠ bratov Letonja. Šmartno ob Paki, mentor Zoran Habot, prof. 

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Gimnazija Lava Celje, mentorica Karmen Kotnik, prof.

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OŠ Griže, mentorica Ana Jeler, prof.

Učenci so z APP INVENTORJEM sprogramirali aplikacijo za telefon (ob kliku na sliko sadeža, lahko uporabnik sliši, kako se ta sadež izgovori v angleščini) in si jo prenesli na svoje naprave. Učenci so uživali in si še želijo takšnih delavnic. 

      več v galeriji....  Gimnazija Slovenske Konjice, mentor Vasja Ivančič, prof. Dijaki ponosni, ker so  prejeli certifikat.
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OŠ Milojke Štrukelj, Nova Gorica, mentorica Suzana Harej, prof.
Učenci so 6. in 7. šolsko uro vabljeni v računalniško učilnico, kjer se lahko seznanijo z osnovami programiranja. Tisti ki so prišli, so bili navdušeni in so zagnano pisali kodo.    več v Galeriji .....
OŠ Miška Kranjca Velika Polana, mentorica Lidija Smej, prof.

Z učenci smo se lotili programiranja preko telefonov in tabličnih računalnikov, sprva preko aplikacije Lightbot, nato za tiste ki so bili hitrejši še preko HardCode
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OŠ Bršljin, mentorica Irena Gole, prof.

Četrtošolci pri neobveznem izbirnem predmetu računalništvo in petošolci pri interesni dejavnosti so se vsak v svojem tempu preizkusili v programiranju in se hkrati zelo zabavali, kar dokazujejo tudi priložene fotografije. To je bil tudi eden redkih trenutkov, ko so vsi učenci zbrano in zavzeto reševali svojo nalogo.
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OŠ Jurij Vega, Moravče, mentorica Nina Maček, prof.
Tudi na OŠ Jurija Vege Moravče že ves teden pridno programiramo. Pri uri programiranje so se mi pridružili učenci od 4. razreda naprej. Trenutno imam v računalniški učilnici sama dekleta.   Več v galeriji.....   Gimnazija Kranj, mentorica Mateja Žepič, prof.Tudi 4. letniki so uživali ob aktivnostih Hour Of Code   Več v galeriji Gimnazija in srednja šola Kočevje, mentorica Tanja Masterl, prof. Več v galeriji...

   

Gimnazija Ptuj, mentorica Lenka KEček Vavpotič. prof.

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OŠ Dobje, mentorica Miroslava Minić, prof.

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 OŠ Brežice, menotrica Nataša Kemc, prof.

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II Gimnazija Maribor, mentor Mirko Pešec, prof.

  • Izvedli smo predavanje o varnosti na internetu
  • V Hour Of Code smo vključili tudi starše, ki  so si na delavnici naredili spletne strani (dijaki so jih učili).
  • Izvedli bomo  tudi predavanje o IPv6 protokolu.
  • pa še utrinki iz lanskega leta....

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