Websites Review

"" is a website where you can ask a question to which a person of profession will answer as soon as possible, in order to avoid false information from diverse websites. On this website, there are addressed questions from all domains, useful for school related questions, being active even professors who would happily answer the question.

The website interface is user-friendly and easy to maneuver. The only thing that you will need is an account, or simply log in with your Facebook or Email account. The website is available in multiple languages, for example: Romanian, English, Italian, Spanish, etc.

After a person addresses a question to the community, they can choose the best answer, giving them a crown, and this answer will be viewed as the most complete and correct answer. The only problem with the website is the number of advertisements present, about 5 per page.

We recommend this website for all ages, especially those who look for complete and correct information in the shortest amount of time.

Unidimensional arrays CNCV

This site has a rubric with an online class of informatics regarding unidimensional arrays and how to use them. It is a course that can be taken easily at home without the need of a teacher.
It can be found at:

There are 6 lessons each of them having a theoretical and practical content. At the end there is a quiz and homework. Operations are implemented and have an example of code.

The site is useful for every student who wants to learn how to use unidimensional arrays in C++ programs. is a Romanian-based website which classifies informatics exercises for high school students. Once you have accessed it, on the top of the webpage, you’ll find a set of 4 differently colored buttons which are linked to all grades, from 9th all the way to 12th.

9th, 10th, 11th grades all have exercises put together depending on their category. (ex. Backtracking, Divide et impera). Unlike other website similar to this one, it has an official solutions to all exercises listed.

12th grade has some extra features such as subjects given at national exams and university admission exam. All of the sudents studying computer programming find it really useful.

This site helps people who want to learn HTML, JavaScripts, Python or many others programming languages with theory, which can be applied in a window of the site. There you can upload a code and with the help of a compiler you find out whether it works or not. It can be found at this link: is a romanian-based website in which you can find all the models of exams for any school grade. Primary school, mid school and and even high school exams are listed here. Most of the users come here to prepare themselves for the baccalaureate exam. Why? This website benefits from an archive button that takes you to all examns from the last 2 years. Furthermore, you can also get useful information legislation and even have acces to exam simulations.

This is a site full of exercices used by students to practice their programing languages learnt at school. After you upload your code, the site returns a score between 0 and 100 points If you receive the full score, this site can help you improve by providing you with an official solution too . This site can be found at this link: .


Ted.ed offers short, often-animated clips of subjects such as science, technology, social studies, literature, language, art, health, psychology, and business and economics. With communities and clubs, the site also makes it effortless for collaboration.

Even without an account, you can easily access a lot of material (mainly short animations) on a subject that interests you. You can choose between single lessons (usually around 5-minute-long videos) or even a series of lessons that concentrate on a given theme.

If you choose a single lesson, the interface presented to you will show a great variety of topics. The latest uploads will be shown to you first. In order to find a lesson on the subject of your interest, you can either use the website´s search tool or you can single out a subject.

However, the subjects on the list may not be equivalent to the ones at your school, so sometimes it might be easier to use the search engine. Or you just browse around and get inspired by all the other animations that will come across your way.

If you wish to learn more about a topic in general, simply select “series”. Now the interface will present you series with different episodes that concentrate on a given theme and are constructed interdependently, which means they build on one another. Take here for example a series on the Periodic Elements:

What you will find now are a series of episodes on every single element and even more:

Have fun browsing and enlightening!

Download powerpoint presentation here.


Whatsapp was an important social network during our Erasmus + adventure. We used it all the time with our correspondants to communicate, we used it too to send some photos, videos with all the group Erasmus.


The very well known social network Facebook messenger is a instant messaging system created by the Facebook company and incorparated into the social network Facebook. The application enables members of the social network to interact with their friends without necessarly being connected to the website. In the school Messenger permits us to discuss with the students of our class and with the teachers.


Youtube is a social network where you can upload, see and share videos on line. If you need help you can find many fields about the subjects taugh at school. Also you can see many ways to learn your lessons and result your math problems for example. You mostly use youtube to understand better the things you didn’t understand at school and also to see the different ways to success on tests.


Schoolmouv or Kartable are websites of remedial courses. They are same as a blog. You can post a subject of exercises if you don’t understand it and there are other people, students or teachers, who answer and help you. This type of website enables to have help to do exercises.


You use Reverso site to do your language homework, for instance when you can’t find the words that you need. It is a translation website with many foreign languages, tools like context translation, definition and verbs. You use it to do foreign language work, it is a help for the translation. This site permits to learn language too because you memorize a few words when you work on another language. This site is used by many european people.


Metice, a typical french education system, is a virtual space for teachers, parents and students. You can find a lot of applications like Mindmaps or Owncloud, or digital tools but the one you use the most is Pronote. On Pronote there are seven sections that enable you to see the marks or the homework the teachers give you by their own Pronote account, or to access to the timetable to see if some teachers are missing and eventually to receive news from the school.


Notyet is an amazing website created in our highschool. The students from our school can publish video shows or articles on different topics like the Komidi festival, a drama event, the Valentine’s day, the carnival and so on. The radio shows are directly recorded in the school, in our library and sometimes we invite artists in order to get an interview. It starts in 2015 and if you want you can join us in this link:


Onisep is the National Office of information on teaching and professions. This is a public institution under the supervision of the Ministry of Education. Onisep shares all informations about formations for students, parents and education teams. A student uses Onisep in his everyday life to search formations about his future studies after highschool.


L’Etudiant is very similar to Onisep. L’Etudiant is a french media group specialized in information or education for people from 15 years old to 25. It advices students and their parents on issues of educational and vocational guidance. There is also Educspro which is adressed to higher education and professional research.