On day four we began testing our teaching methods.
The first hour focused on programming. We tried our hand at writing a simple quiz about ecology in C++. The team from Portugal introduced us to the possibilities of programming, what it looks like from the programmer’s side, and what results can be obtained.
Then we held an oxford debate. We exchanged arguments about the Darknet, WEB technologies and cryptocurrencies. We clashed in arguments about how the entities in the previously mentioned topics affect the environment and how to make them work to protect the environment.
During the next hour we made holograms by hand. We used plastic film and our tablets to see the holographic content.
Immediately after, we moved on to pore over IoT technology that protects our environment. We took a closer look at how they work as well as where and why they are used.
We also found a use for used CDs – pendants. Using old, used CDs and some paint, we made a pendant or fridge magnet.
We also learned what artificial intelligence is, how it works and how it can be used for the good of the environment.
Then a presentation of how IoT technology affects and helps agritourism to develop.
Finally, we went out to the park. With an app on our phone we scanned the vegetation there, and the animals so we could find out what species we had in front of us and learn a little more about them.