Good School for the 21st century
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Name of the project: Good School for the 21st century (acronym GOS21)

Program: Erasmus+

Key action: School exchange partnerships – KA 2

Project period: 1. 9. 2018 – 31. 8. 2021

Coordinator: Stredná odborná škola, Pod amfiteátrom 7, Levice, Slovenská republika

Budget: (SŠ André Citroëna): 23 070 EUR / 580 000 CZK

Project number: 2018-1-SK01-KA229-046333_3




5th Project meeting in Boskovice/CZECH REPUBLIC
22th March – 26th March 2021



Use the following registration form to log in to the webinars. Conditions and rules for the webinars:

  • to obtain a certificate of participation you have to choose at least 3 days of your presence,
  • one day before the event you will obtain the invitation link to the app ZOOM,
  • please keep the microphones and camera turned off throughout the webinar,
  • if you want to ask a question, there will be room for discussion after each webinar.


Date and Type of the event

22. 3. 2021 Monday

  • 9:00 Greeting and Welcoming Speeches of school Manager and Project Coordinator
  • 9:30 – 12:00 Students’ Presentations
    • CZECH: 9:30 – 9:45
    • HUNGARY:  9:45 – 10:00
  • Break: 10:00 - 10:15 
    • POLAND: 10:15 - 10:30
    • SLOVAKIA: 10:30 – 10:45
  • Break 10:45 – 11:00
    • SLOVENIA 11:00 – 11:15
    • TURKEY 11:05 - 11:30

Discussion with participants - getting feedback.


23. 3. 2021 Tuesday

9:00 - 10:30 - Webinars for students

Lecturer: Anita Gottvaldová

9:00 - 12:00 - Webinars for teachers (internal-close section)


24. 3. 2021 Wednesday

8:00 – 10:00…Webinar about Lego robots 

Lecturer: Barnabás Dobossy (contact:

  • Programming Basic
    • Algoritmisation
    • Mathematical Operations
    • Statements
    • Loops

break 10 minutes

  • Let’s Build Something - Programming Exercise


10:30 – 12:30…Webinar about 3D prints

Lecturer: Petr Šmalec, (contact:

  • Theoretical
    • What is 3D printing
    • What is 3D printer
    • 3D printing technologies
    • What is 3D object
    • How to print 3D object

break 10 minutes

  • Practical part 
    • Making a 3D object
    • Printing data preparation
    • Print

To test the presented procedure on your own pc, prepare the following requirements:


25. 3. 2021 Thursday

8:00 - 10:00...3D technologies

Lecturer: Vlastimil Ješina (czech spokesman), contact: 

Interpreter: Zorka Kubišová

Web Links for the video files. It is necessary to use 3D glasses.

Section - 3D cinema

Section - Virtual Reality


Syllabus of the webinar:

  • theory and presentation of the technologies (50 minutes)
    • We get basic information about how it is possible for a person to see spatially (three-dimensionally). We will also learn how to achieve three-dimensional (3D) photography and films. We will learn about various options for displaying 3D images - photos and movies. Let's take a look at some practical examples of options for 3D display and other attractions.
    • We will learn more in a short video presentation.
  • Practical demonstration of 3D attractions stereoscopic images demonstration of "false holograms" using optical illusions
  • use simple 3D glasses (by example this type) and watch the movies (45 minutes)
  • discussion about the movies and presentation (25 minutes)

10:00 - 10:30 break

10:30 - 11:30 How to make a successful presentation (improvimg soft skills)

lecturer: Martin Zapletal


26. 3. 2021 Friday

9:00 - 12:00...Social and culture day


Web Links for the video files. It is necessary to use 3D glasses.

Welcome speech - mayor of Boskovice

Boskovice Jewish quarter 3D 180

  • 3D visit of the town hall and mayor (10 minutes of pre-ready movie, use your 3D glasses)
  • 3D visit of Boskovice and Jewish town (10 minutes of pre-ready movie, use your 3D glasses)
  • thematic discussion in three groups (mix of the students from various countries) on different topics (1 hour)
    1. Feedback from movies (Mayor, Jewish town)
    2. Feedback about on-line education and education platforms/portals
    3. Feedback about +/- of ICT (use and misuse) 
  • Farewell Speeches of school Manager and Project Coordinator
  • Internal meeting of the project coordinators (evaluation, plan for the next meeting,…)



General project description:

The project GOS 21 responds to the current need to change the content and forms of learning in line with the needs and lifestyle of young people in the 21st century. It offers pupils, teachers and school managers international educational experience and develops their competences necessary for their work and social life. The project supports the mobility of pupils and teachers as a unique source of personal experience and counts with 6 project meetings in 6 partner schools in the course of 2 years. The target groups are secondary school pupils of different age and study orientation, teachers of general and vocational subjects, partner school leaders, students' parents, members of the local community. Planned number of students involved in the partnership is 80, teachers 40.

The focus of the project activities extends the traditional content of education to new topics such as global view of the world, social, personal and communication competences, environmental, civic, digital, media, technical literacy, healthy lifestyle, and develops the lack of skills and competences of youth such as critical thinking and creative problem solving, teamwork and co-operation, multiculturalism. Tasks in the project are scheduled for students, teachers and school managers and will be presented and implemented during project meetings. Students will prepare presentations  Welcome to our town and school, European Year of Cultural Heritage in our country, Hello! The Saturday full of ideas, Let´s become green !, I am a volunteer. And you?, ICT - our helper or enemy?, Addictions of young people. The presentations will be followed by interactive workshops with interesting tasks. Teachers and school managers will prepare presentations in 6 thematic blocks: School Management, Curriculum, Student´s Development, Teacher´s Development, Social Climate of the School, Collaboration with the Community - to create a modern school for all in the 21st century.

Concrete results of the project will be presentations, videos, photographic material, pupils' concepts, itinerary from partner countries, questionnaires, demonstrations of folk art, scheme / work sheets, mind maps, news, products, 3D products - posters, posters, methodical sheets, samples of documentation useful in the teaching process, evaluation sheets, questionnaires, description of the technical installation procedure, recipes for healthy meals and drinks, conference proceedings. Spiritual results will include development of cognitive, personal, cultural, civic, communication, digital competences.

Participation in the project implies a broad impact and a long-term benefits for all participants as well as the wider community. For pupils in particular, gaining new knowledge, skills and competences, sharing with peers, improving English skills, tolerance of cultural diversity, experience of international project activities, increasing motivation to study, participating in the project as a benefit and added value to their study.

For teachers, in particular, personal growth, the acquisition of new materials and experience, the implementation of appropriate methodologies and practices in their own teaching and improvement of teacher-pupil interaction.

For school managers, in particular, building capacity  for the modernization and internationalization of the school, expand the network of partners abroad,  innovation of curriculum and increasing the quality of teaching, new experience in developing and implementing European projects, improving the image and position of the school in a competitive environment, increasing pupils' interest in studying in school.

Project realisation:

1st Partner meeting - Ruda Slaska (PL), 20. - 24. 11. 2018

Worshops for students: Welcome to our town and school, European Year of Cultural Heritage in our Country, Patriotism once and today, UNESCO puzzle, European tour through partner countries.

Article about the students´ stay abroad by students Martin U. and Michal G. :

On 20 November 2018, a group of four students and two teachers set off for the meeting of secondary schools in Ruda Slaska in Poland, involved in the European Union´s project Good school for the 21 st century.

The meeting was attended by six schools from six countries- The Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Turkey and Slovenia. Each school will gradually host one meeting in its town. The first meeting was organized by a Polish town in the agglomeration of Silesia, the second one is planned for 4 March 2019 in Istanbul.

The aim of the project is to improve students´ English level, social activities, and acquiring valuable experience.

On the first day, students from six countries performed their presentations on various topics - European Year of Cultural Heritage, Welcome to our town and school. It was followed by a description of the journey from Boskovice to Ruda Slaska. The day was ended by a demonstration of Polish folk dance, performed by students of the local school and everyone could join the dancers and give it a try. The second day was dedicated to national heroes of each country, the Czech team chose T.G- Masaryk for its presentation. Students also  tried to recognize different sights. We also visited the Town Hall and many other interesting places.

We are looking forward to the next meeting in Istanbul.


2nd partner meeting - Istanbul (TR), 5. - 9. 3. 2019

The main topic of the second project meeting for students was discussion about free time activities of young people and for teachers  it was updated methodology  (motivation for learning, historical context of the region, interactive school teaching through game, incorporating of disadvantaged students).

The level of students´ digital competences in their presentations was very high, as well as the way of presentation (language skills, soft skills) . Students offered many own videos as well as questionnaires with various charts. In teachers´ presentations, many practical solutions to everyday school situations related to chosen topis were offered.

Social activities during common dinners and sigtseeing are also an important part of  the project meeting. These informal encounters were an opportunity to share outputs from the presentations or just to talk about common school life and related topics. Talking about free- time activities, we must mention the visit of the Haghia Sofia Museum, The Blue Mosque or The Royal Palace. The boat cruise on canal Bospor was spectacular, too.

Article by student Martin U. 

"At the beginning of March, we travelled to Turkey. This was the second time we went for a GOS21 meeting. We enjoyed the trip a lot, as much as the previous one to Poland, It was a very useful experience. We introduced our regular school day to our colleagues and showed them opportunities of spending time in Boskovice. We visited some popular places. I am grateful for the introduction to Turkish culture. We are part of intercultural dialogue thanks to meetings with students from other countries. That is really important and we can better develop our opinion and seeing the world.


3rd partner meeting - Eger (HU), 7. - 11. 5. 2019

Work program of the meeting:

a) students presentations

  • main topic: Stay on green!
  • Results of activity: PC presentations, videos, questionnaires; intangible: development of cognitive, cultural, communication, digital competences

b) Workshop for teachers: presentations of teachers and school managers: Students development

c) students workshops:

  • Environmentally friendly school - competition for the best concept
  • How 'green' are you?
  • Learning Hungarian folk song and dance
  • Raise our environment in Varázstorony
  • Make "something out of nothing"

Content: production of useful paper items, PET bottles, plastic cutlery, creation of a concept according to the assignment (ecological past, present, future of the school), principles of developing a good questionnaire, field data collection, processing, evaluation, interpretation of acquired data, spiritual cultural heritage as a part of our living environment.

Article by student Natálie L.

I really liked the stay abroad, I would like to travel to another country with same group of people one day. I was happy with the attitude of all people during the trip. The whole programme was organized very well and I am glad we got to know the city. I learned some new vocabulary. I'm glad I could take part in this project.

Article by student Jiří H.

Our trip to Hungary was really intresting for me. At first I was really nervous about the presentations workshops different country and of course new people but in the end everything was great. Everybody was friendly to us and thanks to the coordinator 90% of time we were perfectly satysfied. I would definetly go again and I had chance to learn something new and thats always a great thing.


4th partner meeting - Levice (SK), 22. - 26. 10. 2019

Work program of the meeting:

a) students presentations

  • main topic: I am a volunteer. And you?
  • Results of activity: PC presentations, videos, questionnaires; intangible: development of cognitive, cultural, communication, digital competences

b) Workshop for teachers: presentations of teachers and school managers: Teachers development

c) students workshops:

  • Volunteering connects us
  • Why to become a volunteer?
  • They live between us
  • Let’s plant trees and flowers of friendship

Article by student Radek T.

I think it was a great experience. I met a lot of great people. I had the opportunity to speak and learn about the habits of students from other countries. Mainly, I had the opportunity to practise English and this is a very beneficial experience for me.

Article by student Jakub S.

The whole trip to Slovakia went perfectly fine, except for a few negligable details. The overall program was very good, the only thing that bothered me were the workshops. During them we had no opportunity to meet other students and it was quite boring. Except for that, I have no complaints. I was able to meet other students in the end and I am very happy that I went.