The nature is a living organism. It feels the pain. It can suffer just as we do. The humanity has been exploiting it for many centuries. We have always seen the nature as an inexhaustible well of sources only. But now we know that one day sources will be run out. Ruthless exploitation makes a great damage to the nature. Our growing appetite cannot be satisfied by it. We should develop new ways of using the sources. These ways lead to Eco Economy.
How boring is sitting in the class! Today everything is like it was yesterday..., last week... last month... And if the lessons would be hold in museums - do you like the idea?
Rarely do we take time to listen to how noisy our world can be. Stop and listen. What sounds do you hear? Day or night, quiet or loud, pleasant or abrasive - noise can be a form of pollution. Let's map noise levels and see what we discover.
People take in a majority of their sensory information by means of their sight. Visual images are used everywhere today- in laser shows, street art, video effects, etc. We are used to trusting our vision; however, it often deceives us and can even sometimes show us something that does not really exist. It is interesting to know whether all people see optical illusions in the same way.
Is your world noisy? Are some places louder than others? Does noise bother you? Can noise be a form of pollution? Let’s map noise levels and find out.
In this collaborative global project, classrooms collect data on a local STEM career they feel is important to their community’s future and contribute its details to a global database. Students are encouraged to consult the growing database and explore careers in their community, region, or world that align with their passions or interests.