STEM Discovery Week 2019
The aim of this project is to:
– develop competencies that empower students to reflect on their own actions, taking into account their current and future social, cultural, economic and environmental impacts, from a local and a global perspective
– integrate cultural heritage into science lesson
– enhance 21st – century skills in students learning including communication, collaboration, critical thinking and creativity
By implementing the ideas above, we have prepared a few mini projects. The activities took place between February and April 2019.
Digitally illustrated climate change – working with Europeana Collection and Pulitzer Center Education Resources
Using text from “Losing Earth” by Nathaniel Rich and George Steinmetz (published in the New York Time Magazine) and a work of art or image from the Europeana Collection, students created a visual that conveys a part of the history of the climate change debate. Students shared their creations on their personal accounts – Twitter, Instagram, Facebook to showcase all students’ creations together.
Through their stories and the choices that they made, students gained a better understanding of the effects of climate change and our capacity for resilience.Continue reading Together for the Global Goals