Erasmus+ Astronomy project

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Erasmus+ Astronomy project by Mind Map: Erasmus+ Astronomy project

1. Schools

1.1. Lycée Saint-Cricq

1.1.1. Pau

1.1.2. France

1.1.3. Website

1.1.4. Teachers

1.1.4.1. Jean-Noël Pédeutour

1.1.4.2. Stéphane Faraire

1.1.5. Pupils

1.1.5.1. 16-17 years old

1.1.5.2. Vocational training

1.1.5.2.1. Digital systems

1.1.5.3. Number : 30 to 60

1.2. Geodetska škola

1.2.1. Zagreb

1.2.2. Croatia

1.2.3. Website

1.2.4. Teachers

1.2.4.1. Damira Zubčić

1.2.4.2. Snježana Car

1.2.4.3. Armando Slaviček

1.2.5. Pupils

1.2.5.1. 16-18 years old

1.2.5.2. Land surveying

1.2.5.2.1. Vocational

1.2.5.3. Number: 30-60

1.3. IISS "F.Caracciolo"

1.3.1. Procida

1.3.2. Website

1.3.3. Italy

1.3.4. Teachers

1.3.4.1. Benedetto Cacciuttolo

1.3.4.2. Lubrano Lavadera Chiara

1.3.4.3. Scognamiglio Teresa

1.3.5. Pupils

1.3.5.1. 16/18 years old

1.3.5.2. Nautical

1.3.5.2.1. Astronomical navigation

1.3.5.3. Number

1.3.5.3.1. 30-60

2. Instruments

2.1. Ancient instruments

2.1.1. Astrolabe

2.1.2. Sundials

2.1.3. Astronomical ring

2.1.4. Armillary sphere

2.1.5. Quadrant

2.1.6. Nocturnal

2.2. Modern instruments

2.2.1. Theodolite

2.2.2. Sextant

2.2.3. Star Finder

3. Mobilities

3.1. 1. Teachers

3.1.1. France

3.1.1.1. Italia

3.2. 2. Hosting

3.2.1. Croatia

3.2.2. In families ?

3.2.2.1. No

3.2.3. By colleagues ?

3.2.4. in low-price hotel?

3.3. Italia

3.3.1. In families?

3.3.1.1. NO

3.3.2. By Colleagues?

3.3.2.1. NO

3.3.3. in hotel

3.3.3.1. YES (Teachers and pupils)

3.4. How many pupils ?

4. Dissemination

4.1. Media

4.1.1. Newspaper

4.2. Webpage

4.2.1. Geoskola

4.2.2. Accueil - Lycée Saint-Cricq

4.3. Social media

4.3.1. Geoskola

4.4. italy

4.4.1. website

4.4.2. Blog "il Procidano"

4.4.3. local tv

4.4.4. local newspaper

5. Activities

5.1. Bibliography

5.1.1. Looking for documentation on instruments

5.2. Activities in Croatia

5.2.1. visit observatory

5.2.2. visit planetarium

5.2.3. attend astronomy lecture

5.2.4. observe stars

5.2.5. use modern geo-instuments w/ peers

5.2.6. representations of planets in the city (treasure hunt)

5.3. Observation of stars in all countries at the same time

5.3.1. photograph

5.4. Measurement of sun's or other stars positions with instruments

5.5. Italia - Procida

5.5.1. Observe Stars

5.5.2. measurements by sextant

5.5.3. Construction of an astrolabe

5.5.4. Using the Star Finder and the sextant

5.5.5. Visit the Capodimonte astronomical observatory in Naples

5.5.6. Observation at sea with use of the boat of our institute

5.5.7. Conferences with astronomy experts

5.6. Measurement of Light pollution

5.7. Build instruments

5.8. Model of solar system with relative positins of planets

5.9. Application for phone

5.10. Pau - France

5.10.1. Visit of observatory Pic du Midi

5.10.2. Observatory of Abbadia

6. Final result(s)?

6.1. Built instruments

6.2. Documentation for each instrument

6.3. video of the project

7. Suggestions for projects' name

7.1. Stars from Land and Sea

7.2. With your head in the stars