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Title of the Experience
The architecture of the computer
Name of the student
Hubert Ciesielski
Country where it took place
School typology
Lower Secondary School
Thematic Area
Experience typology
Teaching in class, Laboratory
Type of Experience
Description of the Experience
At one of the lessons we analysed the construction of a computer. In order to get to know how the computer is built our teacher gave us the opportunity to disassemble the computer.
Prior to the task we had to learn how the computer is built. Out teacher gave us an extension cards (processor, RAM, graphics card, sound card). When we got acquainted with the construction of the computer teacher gave us the opportunity to disassemble the computer.
First we opened the computer case. Under the case we found all the parts that out teacher showed us. One of the tasks was to describe where parts were situated, then we proceeded to remove the graphics card, sound card. We took the hard drive away.
We had to be careful to open the equipment gently so as not to destroy the computer. After disassembling successfully the computer we used our notes to assemble the computer again. The biggest problem was plugging the cables to the devices, the correct order of assembly of the various parts of a computer – we disassembled the computer several times. Through the experiments we managed to succeed. The final task was to install the operating system. We read all the instructions and Windows has been installed successfully.


Dissemination Seminar in Florence

31 October 2015 The seminar has been held in ITIS “A. Meucci” one of the schools involved within Goerudio project activities. Its main aim was to promote the results of the project toward a broad sample of stakeholders even overcrossing the number of people directly involved in the production of project outcomes. This purpose has been totally achieved especially thanks to the participation of students and teachers coming from different schools or from other classes instead of those ones directly involved within the project activities.