The "Be a scientist! Mapping climate change at seas & waterways" challenge invites students & teachers anywhere with their neighbourhoods and networks to become marine scientists and geographers together with us. As a marine scientist, you are involved in research, analysis and forecasts in relation to the oceans, their life forms and coastal areas. As a geographer, you study the Earth's natural environment and human society, including how society and nature interacts. The challenge is organised by the Education for Climate Coalition.
join us on 10 June 2022 14:30 - 15:20 (CEST) to co-create the community's own educational map around climate change & environmental sustainability in the European Atlas of the Seas to be re-used in classrooms and educational activities - with a game.
Our "Be a scientist! Mapping climate change at seas & coast" challenge invites students & teachers anywhere with their neighbourhoods and networks to become marine scientists and geographers together with us!
This workshop kicks off our particpatory community challenge on the European Atlas of the Seas to participate in and get to experience sience & research from behind its scenes!
We invite you to a classroom challenge to immerse yourselves in the Atlas!
Learn how to navigate European seas and win a boat race!
We are looking for 10 teachers as volunteers who would love taking their classroom on a wild science ride.
ARE YOU IN? Then enroll to this event under the conditions that you :
You are not able to join this workshop but more than eager to prepare and join the classrom boat race challenge on 21st of June? Please CONTACT US. We'll do our best to accomodate you.
Please note that the event will be recorded.