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Program

The project consists of five components

EDU-ARCTIC programme layout

Project

EDU-ARCTIC is an EU-funded project focused on using Arctic research as a vehicle to strengthen science education curricula across Europe. 

 Project introductory videos in English, Polish, Danish, Icelandic, French and Norwegian - PROJECT VIDEOS

Polarpedia

Encyclopedia about the Arctic region, explaining polar phenomena and scientific terminology in nine categories

Latest News

Penguins and polar bears Q&A

When somebody hear, that I spent over two years in Arctic and Antarctic, the first question is “Have you seen the polar bear/penguin?” (choose the right one). The same is true for lessons and workshops for students. But they very often have creative questions, that adults are too shy to ask.

What are they? Let’s go through the typical ones (remember – none of them is silly; every is inspiring, and encouraging to search for the answer):

EDU-ARCTIC competition winners

The results of the first Arctic Competition are known: More than 40 school teams from Europe participated in the 3 stages of the competition and 6 winners have been found. The winners have been contacted directly. We would like, once again, to congratulate the winners of the EDU-ARCTIC Competition! :)

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scientix_eu The @eduarctic project has many great upcoming online lessons for #STEM #teachers ! Sign up for them here: edu-arctic.eu/program/lessons
07:27AM May 29
eduarctic What is the current body of knowledge on autumn leaf colours? Enrol now: edu-arctic.eu/program/lessons/111 and you'll find out. 1st June, 08:00 UTC. pic.twitter.com/zK8AxEcJpg
08:13AM May 27
eduarctic Did you know that there are nowadays thousands of bears living in different parts of Europe? Online lesson - Join: bit.ly/2rrdjQ8 pic.twitter.com/m1IXvXYSwZ
08:11AM May 27