- Arctic Competition – GET INSPIRED!
- New lessons-new topics
- Have a joyful Holiday Time!
1. Arctic Competition – GET INSPIRED!
Would you like to experience real northern, scientific adventure? Liliana Skrycka-Kuźniewska from Poland and Stelios Anastassopoulos from Greece were amongst winners of the I edition Arctic Competition, and in August 2017 they visited Faroe Islands. How to prepare, where to draw inspiration from, what students learned, what are the memories of their expedition? Find out during the online lesson on 13th December, 08:00 UTC!
https://edu-arctic.eu/program/lessons/226 and ... get inspired!
If you want to experience the Arctic adventure, but do not believe it is possible, read a travelogue from Arctic Expedition to Iceland by Gulia Bagnara, teacher from Italy, who supervised one of the winning projects in edition 2017. If you look for inspiration on the topics, you may also read an article on the competition and the expedition to the Faroe Islands. Piotr Malesa, geography teacher at the Lodz University of Technology School Complex and his student Jan Makowski spent 10 days in this beautiful country, and in their article they describe how to get the main prize and what to expect on the expedition.
2. New lessons – new topics
Winter break is approaching, but we still have lots of lessons to offer this year. New topics are here!
Get inspired by Arctic competition winners, check, how Ptarmigans are hunted in the Northern Norway, find out what happens when living is toxic, learn all about tsunami risk in the North Atlantic Ocean, swim along Arctic rivers, listen to the amazing story of 130.000 years of climate change in Borðoyavík, Faroe Islands.
We’re also very glad to offer you guest webinars provided by befriended ERIS project, dedicated to:
on 12 DEC (Tuesday): Earthquakes, VENUS, Earth’s magnetic field, and on 18 DEC (Monday) Earth’s magnetic field, Digital maps and geographical coordinates.
If you speak or learn Italian – learn all about the weirdest Arctic animals (14 DEC) – Gli animali più strani dell'Artico.
3. Have a joyful Holiday Time!
Watch our EDU-ARCTIC Christmas VIDEO! We hope you’ll enjoy it and – most of all – that all the good wishes will come true!