IT at School

In June 2015 four European schools -the ones that take part on this eTwinning Project- started an Erasmus+ (KA219) Project titled IT@school. Through that project, the institutions pretend to cooperate in the development and implementation of innovative practices in order to increase basic skills (digital and language skills) between their students ...


This has been the process to design and create our logo

Creating the Project logo was one of the first tasks of our Erasmus+ / eTwinning Project. This was the task established for the 16 "junior students" (4 from each country) who attended the first mobility: Budapest.


Step 1: Creating and selecting 3 logos on each school

Prior to the mobility the four junior students from each country who were going to attend the first mobility (Budapest) should create -or organize the creation- of three logos (they could be created using IT or not) that should be taken to the mobility.

These were their proposals:


Step 2: Organizing the process to select the Project logo

Once in Budapest, and working in international groups (one student from each country), participants were asked to organize the process to select the best logo for our Project. They decided to select four logos and to ask students not involved in the project to choose the one that they liked the most.

Selecting the four logos


Once they had chosen the best four logos, and split in their four groups, they started organizing the voting process:

  • Group 1: create a google form (in order to vote online)
  • Group 2: create and print a QR code (that way students from the Balassi Bálint Nyolcévfolyamos Gimnázium could vote during their break times)
  • Group 3: create the instructions for the voting process and prepare the panel to be taken to the school hall.
  • Group 4: create and record an advert (both in English and in Hungarian) to be broadcasted on the school radio.

These were the instructions given to the Hungarian students in order to vote for their favorite logo:



Step 3: Voting for the Project logo

Students used their mobile devices to vote for the best Project logo


Final result:

And the winner was the one created by András from Hungary

Author: Francisco Prendes Veiga
Last editor: Francisco Prendes Veiga