The Announcement of the ARDUINO most Project

Author: Nikolina Zeljko | Category: News | Posted: 20.11.2018
SPARK school has so far focused on elementary school projects, but now it is high time to devote our time to high school students. This is the reason why the latest project ARDUINO most was announced in SPARK premises. The main goal of the project is the cooperation and teamwork of 80 students from eight high schools in Mostar (four schools that use Croatian and four that use Bosnian curriculum). The project organizer is the SPARK school association, while the project is supported by the US Embassy in BiH, The Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sports, the Pedagogical Institute, and Department of Education. The schools participating in the project are: Elektrotehnička škola Ruđera Boškovića Gimnazija Mostar (Croatian curriculum) Gimnazija Mostar (Bosnian curriculum) 2. Gimnazija Mostar Mašinsko-saobraćajna škola Srednja prometna škola Gimnazija fra Grge Martića Elektrotehnička škola Mostar Through the project, students will have the opportunity to work with Arduino electronic components and acquire knowledge and skills from STEAM areas. We plan to organize free electronic workshops for 80 students. After 10 hours of basic Arduino workshops, students will have 20 hours to develop their own Arduino projects, with the help of mentors. At the end of the project, the fair where students will have the opportunity to present their own works will be organized. The fair will take place on 13 April 2019. SPARK school director Matea Markić said: “I’m proud of professors who have accepted this project and I truly believe in them and in improving our education.” The new SPARK director Maja Miljević and the educator from SPARK school Tomislav Kordić also addressed during the press conference. We can’t wait for April to see the works of these high school students!
This article was funded in part by a grant from the United States Department of State. The opinions, findings, and conclusions stated herein are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of the United States Department of State.
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