Bu Projede Öğrenciler hepimize kendi buluşları olan sağlıklı beslenme modelini Sunuyor !

Daha Uzun Yaşamak İster Miydiniz? Kolay ve Komik Bir Diyet!


Bu okul bahçelerinde müzik ve bilim birlikte büyüyor!

Growıng Musıc Project

Öğrenciler bambu bitkisini okul bahçelerine ekip onu büyütüyor, daha sonra bu bitkiden müzik aletlerini kendileri yapıyorlar. Tüm bu süreçlerde; müzik, bilim, teknoloji ve tasarım, coğrafya el ele veriyor. Öğrenciler ses enerjisinin nasıl üretildiğini ve nasıl değişebildiğini kendi ürettikleri bu enstrümanlar üzerinde kendileri deneyimliyorlar. Kurdukları orkestrada kendi üretimleri olan enstrümanlarını çalarak harika bir müzik şöleni gerçekleştiriyorlar… Proje hakkında ayrıntılı bilgi almak isteyen öğretmen arkadaşlar, aşağıda e posta adresleri bulunan proje yürütücüleri ile bağlantıya geçebilirler…


Students should complete this template with the aid of a textbook two weeks prior to the initial delivery of the NEW topic. This should take no more than 10 minutes for Junior students (12-14 years) and 20 minutes for Senior Students (15-18 years).

Study, design and construction of a Remotely Operated underwater Vehicle. (R.O.V.)

Petros Poutos, Paraskevas Andrıanos

Project Theme: Creativity in Science Education

Petros Poutos, Paraskevas Andrıanos

Project Summary At the Greek Vocational - Technical lyceums, the teaching methodology of the vocational courses differs in the aspect that students have to acquire the necessary technical skills of their specialty and at the same time to learn to treat them professionally. This particular project was chosen because of its originality, its potential for future upgrading, and its possible use in a wide range of professional applications, mainly in commercial maritime activities. The study, research and design has been performed by the involved teachers, while the construction was done by students under the supervision and advice of teachers for the discipline “Special Thematic Activity”.

An alternative to homework: Using creative models to demonstrate understanding in key Science ideas and concepts.

Rahima Begom

  • Age Group: 11-18
  • Subject Area: Biology, Chemistry
  • Project Theme: Creativity in Science Education

Project Summary

Are you having problems with students who seem to be disinterested and disengaged when it comes to Science? Here's a clever way to reel in those slightly more arty and creative students as well as making things a little bit more interesting for the keen bean scientists. If set as a piece of homework, students will end up loving homework!


An alternative to homework: Using creative models to demonstrate understanding in key Science ideas and concepts.



The quest for the Higgs boson

Hanna Moczko

  • Age Group: 6-15
  • Subject Area: Physics
  • Project Theme: Creativity in Science Education

Project Summary

The project aims at helping teachers in primary schools and junior high schools. We wanted to interest students with CERN. The project includes: school workshops (studies, creating the CERN and proton beam collision models), international workshops ("International Masterclasses Hands on Particle Physics") and movie production. The title of our film is "Curious Emily's quest for the Higgs boson" The movie is about 6-year-old Emily who wants to learn what CERN is. The model of CERN is built from LEGO. While walking around “Lego-CERN” Emily gets answers to her questions. The movie is partially produced in stop motion technique. The authors are E. Dzikowska and H. Moczko.


The quest for the Higgs boson

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At the discovery of vortex rings

Vincent Devaux, Sébastien Poirier

  • Age Group: 13-15
  • Subject Area: Natural Science, Math
  • Project Theme: Creativity in Science Education

Project Summary

The beginning of the project is a video about dolphins creating air ring under water. Surprised by the beauty and the strange movements of these rings, we are decided to investigate in order to create our own rings, inside an aquarium. So, it’s about scientific process in the world of fluids mechanic, based on simple but various experiments. We invite you to discover the experimental devices we are invented to create this rings, called “vortices” by the scientists.


Category 1 : Cooperation for Science

Teaching 1. Project Name : TASTE THE UNIVERSE

Country: Hungary

1st teacher Gyula Nyerges

2nd teacher Lilla Kerényi

Subjects Physics, Geography

Project Summary :

Celestial bodies are sometimes so

incomprehensible for us, it is even  difficult to

imagine. However, if we are not

able to visualize them the study of their

properties is a more difficult task. Models are made

to help our imagination. It is even more inspiring and

enjoyable if these models are edible after our

detailed study. Let’s cook edible models of some

objects from our Universe!

Menu :

- Eclipsing binary eggs

- Galaxy pancake

- Expanding Universe cake

- Solar system fruit basket

- Comet ice cream

Enjoy your meal!

Within the framework of the project some

experimental  devices are presented as well.

They will help the students to better understand

several astronomical phenomena.


Category 2 : Joint Projects


Country Italy + Portugal

1st teacher Annamaria Lisotti

2nd teacher Rui Baptista

Subjects Physics, Chemistry, Technology

Project Summary:

Materials revolution is at full swing and the

students are already immersed in it: fascinated by

IoT (Internet of Things) and smart materials

interacting with the environment, challenged by

the urgency of a sustaineable future.

To fully exploit the huge potential of new materials

and promote innovation it is however necessary to

acquire a deep knowledge of their components

and properties. The MoM project, a joint Erasmus +

KA2 only schools partnership (IT, PT, DE, IR) offers

a set of resources to teachers willing to

involve their pupils (14-19) in inquiry based science

addressing current issues while bringing in a touch

of creativity and design.