Technology to prevent Earthquakes, Safe Cities for all

Author: Stavroula Skiada

The logo of our project

School: 8th Primary school of Nea Filadelfeia, Athens Greece
Participants: Students of 5th grade (10 to 11 years old)
Implementation dates: 1 February – 26 February 2021
Learning Scenario:


This STE(A)M project was a collaborative activity between the 8th primary school of Nea Filadelfeia and the 2nd primary school of Nea Erythraia, Athens. The main idea of the project was the simulation of a seismograph using the BBC micro:bit controllers. The activity started in February 2021, was integrated into the cross-thematic national curriculum and implemented both online and in-class. It aimed to introduce students to basic skills of programming, computational and critical thinking, creativity and social, emotional intelligence. Additionally, through STEAM education students created links between the classroom training and the world around them and solved real-life problems. Furthermore, the use of advanced technologies in the classroom encouraged participation as it made learning fun and engaging process. 

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Author: Irene Papadopetraki
School: 8th Primary School of Kifissia, Athens
Students: 5th Grade

Implementation: 6 February – 6 March 2020


This STEM activity is one of the various activities of the European eTwinning project  “STEM ON BOARD” between Greece, Turkey,  Lithuania and Republic of Moldova. The project started in September 2019. Above all, it aims to introduce students to computational thinking and therefore will teach how to proceed from conceiving a concept to creating the right algorithm and planning the construction

School Safety with STEM

Our HeRobot!

Firstly, in the past month, the students were involved with activities that had to do with School Safety. Moreover, S Team tried to gather information about school safety in their own school. In the meantime, they constructed their own HeRobot that would be the leader in the School Safety project.  

The making of the HeRobot
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