The ball takes your fast-paced running and ends up behind the press in the cantonal Parliament. A spirited Push sends the ball back on the road, this flips back and forth, several times sent on the trip, until it has finally reached a first goal. About the detour in the government, the ball lands in a sort of Roulette wheel that rotates as well, remaining in a recess plug: education Commission. Then the ball hitting back wildly back and forth, until there is finally a "Yes". The wild days are a reality!
What sounds a little crazy, is fancy. It is the "Lawmaker", the German legislature, and in Zurich's case, a member of the Parliament.
The Lawmaker is a Online application in the Form of a pinball box, which will teach Interested parties how to a proposal a law. Or, as in the case of the Joker days, an Initiative of the people – to be more precise: an individual initiative of students of Kanti Bülach to an article in the school law, with the result that Joker's days in the Gymis be able to. Two other examples are the legislative journey of the dog act, or the emergence of the basis for the limmattal rail. At each Station of the pinball box, you can find more information on what just happened.
"All of the centrifugal sculptures way," "meadows everywhere Blüemli-"
Yesterday Thelawmaker was.ch in the city hall presented. President of the Council, Dieter Kläy (FDP) is glad that the angejahrte Film was shown to school classes, is to be replaced. The Tool will move between the Textbook and poetry album, said Moritz von Wyss, head of the parliamentary services. Schools can order additional material with this one, for a civic double hour is suitable.
The Pinball machine as a metaphor for politics: The new App "Lawmaker". Photo: PD
The idea with the Pinball machine, Patrick Mueller of the company Docmine had: the shape of The Ratsaals reminded him of the game, he said. That the Parliament took in the funky thing is, he finds "pretty cool". "Gutenberg is to be replaced, we live in the world of screens," has explained ZHDK-Professor Martin Zimper, of the 130'000-Swiss francs-development with his students accompanied. Ex-school-teacher Markus Späth (SP) is excited. Like in a Pinball game, there is a need in politics, luck and skill. History teacher Sylvie Matter (SP) reported that the Tool has arrived at their test students in Bülach, "tremendously well".
Created: 05.11.2019, 14:49 PM