For five days 30 students aged 7-12 took part in the environmental education summer school Explore in Nature! Every day from 9am till 5pm young researchers took part in multiple sessions to explore the environment, played educational games, and did
Competition and simulated flight to the Mars – children as space crew. Only 10 of all the candidates make it to the final simulated space flight, based on the knowledge demonstrated in four rounds of the competition.
The main goal of the project is to create interactive tests, animations and videos for secondary school students and teachers. These materials can be used in Maths, Physics, Biology or Descriptive Geometry.
Geopiste provides support for geography teachers, primary school teachers, students who graduate with a degree in education, and other people interested in geography education. Geopiste also provides engaging activities such as clubs and summer camps
This Danish project involves upper secondary school students in the complete process from getting the idea for a new pharmaceutical product, through the research process which forms the basis for the development of the product, to the production,
Climate - a hot topic in society - must bridge the gap between primary and upper secondary school for students and teachers. Climate Across is an educational collaboration project between Silkeborg Upper Secondary School and primary schools in
NGO Tim Stellar has the mission of gathering people who are interested in space exploration, promotion of astronomy and astronautics, popularisation of science, creative thinking, teamwork and non-institutionalised upbringing and education of
The Kemma Centre for chemistry education in Finland inspires and motivates children and young people to take an interest in chemistry as a subject and possible career choice. Kemma's strategy is to make chemistry fun through positive experiences and