(R)amène ta Science!


Peer-to-peer knowledge transfer to young people

“(R)amène ta Science!” offers lower secondary school students (age 12-15) the opportunity to organise a science fair at their school for their peers with the help of a science facilitator from the University of Geneva.

Basic information

Country: Switzerland

Coordinator: Faculty of Sciences of the University of Geneva, http://www.unige.ch/sciences


Programme: National

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Target groups: secondary school students

Topic: Education

Start year: 2014

Url: http://ramene-ta-science.unige.ch

Contact person: Dr Didier Perret, didier.perret (at) unige.ch, (R)amène ta Science Team, ramene-ta-science (at) unige.ch

Some of the kits, which are developed by specialists in the fields, are linked to actual on-going research at the University of Geneva.

“(R)amène ta Science!” is a set of nine science kits in the fields of astronomy, bioinformatics, biology, chemistry, computer science, mathematics, neuroscience and environmental and Earth science. Kits are mobile and easy to use; they allow students to approach complicated scientific topics. The first step is that of appropriation, where motivated students come to University of Geneva experts for an initiation in a scientific field. The second step is that of restitution, where students organise with their school a science fair during which they present what they have learned to their peers.


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