The aim of Houses for Science is to help teachers bring innovation to their science teaching practices. Each House caters to its own region, offering professional development courses to teachers from kindergarten to the final year of middle school
EduSismo is a network numbering some fifty stations installed in metropolitan France, the overseas departments and territories and a few French high schools abroad. It aims to personally involve student in seismology and help them master the complex
The project comprises the development and dissemination of Arbolapp, a free, bilingual app (Spanish and English) for Android and iOS devices that enables more than 100 wild tree species from the Iberian Peninsula and Balearic Islands to be
Summamutikka engages children and young people in mathematics and offers ideas and support for teachers on how to teach activity-based mathematics. It organises maths days, maths clubs, summer camps, professional development events and courses for
The Sierpinski Carpet Project is a non-profit, collective activity among children, from 3 to 16 (extended to age 99), around the world. We want to build a giant geometric fractal, known as Sierpinski Carpet, with coloured square stickers.
The Inquiry Project on Migrating Birds, Ziporim, takes place in the framework of Science and Technology studies in grade 6 of primary and grades 8 & 9 of junior high school with the aim of advancing inquiry-based teaching and learning.