supa is doingdoingdoing ... a lot of things :o)
To create a supracantonal tool for the calculation of the extinguishing water retention volume. Yep, truly something special but special and interesting! :-) The status is beta, version 0.95, soon public.
In collaboration with ubub umweltbildung umweltberatung (ubub.ch) we conducted a workshop in the KEZO (Zweckverband Kehrichtverwertung Zürcher Oberland) to improve visitor More...
We have changed the domain save-energy.tips to dontwastemy.energy - so it matches the website motto "don't waste my energy!"
We are very happy about the visitors' interest for our students' project website and The Horse Education concept. In the month of March 3861 visitors (2235 different ones) have been on the students' project website https://dontwastemy.energy, i.e. about 72 different new visitors every day! In total we have counted 31318 page views during this period (returning visitors included). That's terrific!
The map shows the origin of the 140 web visitors' countries (data from AWStats)
su-pa created for the sports department of Zurich City a new website for the annual kids swimming competition «De schnällscht Zürifisch».
«Schwimm mit» & enjoy the website
Within the context of "The horse" (teachingweb.org) metallography students from Berlin (Lette Verein Berlin) and business students from Zurich (wkvw business school) are creating contributions in collaboration for save-energy.tips. The goal is to create imaginary scenarios encased in today's reality-based language of maths (calculations).
The ZürIzmir partner class project was an ambitious one in the sense of having differences in culture, language, education and infrastructure but also in respect of a relatively short time frame.
The students had the opportunity to do team research on self chosen environmental topics and experience that communication between team members (or from Zurich or from Izmir) can be a challenge. However, after having succeeded this experimental project and looking back, some lessons can be drawn for a next partner class project.
"Initiating a pilot project is similar to climbing a mountain, when you're More...