- Arctic Competition – are you ready for third edition?
- Plenty of lessons to choose from!
- Polarpedia keeps getting better
1. Arctic Competition – are you ready for third edition?
The third Arctic competition is now open and the EDU-ARCTIC consortium invites students and their teachers from schools across Europe and outside to enter the competition.
Your task is to construct a proposal for a research project or an innovation project relevant to the Arctic. Teams: teacher + one or two students from many countries will compete. The lucky winners of the competition will win a six-day-long Arctic expedition to Svanhovd in Northern Norway, or to the Faroe Islands. It’s a great opportunity to take part in actual research conducted at these locations!
Remember – the deadline of sending summaries is 23rd January, 11:00 am UTC.
2. Plenty of lessons to choose from!
Learn all about:
- The secret life of Arctic plankton (Dec 5, 07:50 UTC);
- visit Siberian people (Dec 6, 09:00 UTC);
- find out what minerals are used for (Dec 6, 10:00 UTC);
- repetition – Dec 20, 11:00 UTC;
- reveal the secrets of space weather (Dec 7, 08:40 UTC);
- meet the Vikings-northern warriors (Dec 10, 07:00 UTC);
- look at our planet Earth as a jigsaw (Dec 10, 08:00 UTC);
- Learn how Arctic sea ice can influence weather in Europe (Dec 11, 08:00 UTC);
- find out where does the Arctic water go (Dec 12, 12:00 UTC);
- discover butterfly effect (Dec 13, 07:00 UTC);
- check if you should build an Ark (Dec 14, 07:00 UTC);
- learn Earth’s history in speed up (Dec 17, 09:00 UTC);
- decide whether geoengineering is damnation or salvation (Dec 18, 12:00 UTC);
- And right before Holidays meet REINDEERS-the dearest deers during a very festive meeting!
3. Polarpedia keeps getting better
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