Science is great and Digi e Lode are just some of the opportunities professors and students can consider to increase their knowledge. GreenPlanner’s new proposals, including PlanetArt Camp
There are many opportunities for the education world, at any level, to approach science and research, and we’ve seen that with Master in Fashion and DesignBut we also see it through the European initiative for female brands Marie Skłodowska-Curie.
In fact, teachers and pupils will have until 1st December 2022 to register Science is cool funded Marie Skłodowska-Curie sharesan integral part of the European Research and Innovation Programme Horizon Europe.
Discover the wonders and value of science by interacting with researchers, a way to celebrate science and those who have believed and spent their entire lives in science
In fact, it has been more than 150 years since the birth of Marie Sklodowska-Curie, the woman and scholar who made her extraordinary career Twice awarded the Nobel Prize.
So Europe took the opportunity to celebrate science and the respected and profound professional curiosity and achievements that distinguished it.
Bringing research and innovation to schools
In the spring, then, in March 2023, everyone in Brussels will host a science fair in the presence of 100 researchers from all over Europe, who will present their research through experiments, games and simulations and give students an opportunity to be surprised and curious by asking some questions.
raise awareness aboutThe importance of research and innovationimproving confidence in the work of researchers, bringing them closer to younger audiences, helping to understand the benefits that research brings to citizens in everyday life and increasing gender equality in Steam is important (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics), as well as encouraging the start of scientific careers.
All this converges in the European project, aimed particularly at the younger generations, so much so that over the next two years, Europe expects to reach more than 2,000 primary and secondary schools and more than 200,000 European students, on the subject of research, brought to schools also in Easy and fun wayas an opportunity to experience the wonders of science.
Europe wants to reduce the gap between the worlds of research institutions and schools, and is introducing a new work package, a working group within the project, dedicated to special procedures with a focus on schools.
That’s how I was born researchers @ schoolthe new line of activities for the European Researchers’ Night, in which researchers and scientific publishers will return to school offices, to carry out publishing activities directly within school structures.
The environmental, social and economic challenges They have to face, and if help also comes with the support of science and new ideas for young minds, all the better
Class conferences and meetings: GreenPlanner proposals
Also in this school year, Green Planner releases Prepared a set of meetings for high school and university students. Held by journalists and experts on a single topic, you can book follow-up conferences and front-line lessons created in directing the study.
Among them we mention myself Biotech Camp (This year in Bari under the auspicesAldo Moro University From the 12th to the 14th of DecemberBicocca University Milan on January 19 and 20, 2023), and conferences on the topic green professions (at MyPlant & Garden on Feb. 22) or at energy communities (MyPlant & Garden Feb. 23).
Then he witnessed success C Art CampThe 2023 edition expands to include new science topics and becomes Planet Art Camp: In addition to the topic of water, students will delve into the state of soil, air, and energy.
And then on these issues they will be invited to create their own artwork. Professors are invited to contact us for student registration by sending an email to Formation of greenplanner.it
Hera’s group goes back to school: and they do with Digi e Lode
€200,000 for schools in the Romania region: €67,500 has already been distributed in the province of Ravenna for 27 projects submitted by several schools.
In this case, we are talking about a collaboration with ten primary and secondary schools in Emilia-Romagna to be rewarded with 2,500 euros each and ten more in the Marche and Abruzzo.
To these will be added 56 schools in Veneto, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Lombardy and Puglia where other group companies operate (with brands) EstEnergy, Ascotrade, Ascopiave Energy, Blue Meta, and Amgas Blu).
Overall, there will be 76 schools that will receive a total amount of around €200,000.
The amounts to be taken over by the multiple companies will be allocated, as is the case every year, on the basis of specific ratings to be drawn up at the end of each quarter, and will be used to finance school digitization projects that the institutions can choose independently according to their own needs.
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