Where in the past, present or future would you like to visit? Tell us in an 30 second audio recording that you prepare and submit.
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.
More than 140 years ago came the first keyboard invented by Christopher Sholsom. But this keyboard was different from our-universal. Its layout was so uncomfortable that the popularity of such a keyboard could not boast. And the first universal keyboard has already appeared in a few years.
We often hear negative statements about electronic books from fans of traditional hard copy reading. However, there are an increasing number of ardent supporters of "e-readers", or electronic book devices. Let us find out which method of reading is the most popular!
What kind(s) of dolls are made in different regions of the world? What type(s) of materials do doll-makers around the globe utilize when creating their dolls? And, why do people even make dolls?
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.
This collaborative project asks participants to examine a person, place, thing, or event they respect and invent a holiday to commemorate it. After completing their report, participants will compare their responses with other classes from around the world.
This collaborative project asks participants to examine their favorite types of holidays and the elements that make those holidays unique. After completing their report, participants will compare their responses with other classes from around the world.