Elementary school children do research on regional raw materials for a sustainable future
In the Sparkling Science project One day there will be… pupils from several elementary schools are working on a sustainable future and exploring how resource use can succeed in a cycle.
Prof. Mag. Dr. Robert Kamper from the Department of Educational Sciences at the PH Niederösterreich leads the citizen science project and gives insights into the plans and experiences from One day there will be… in an interview.
- What is the project "One day there will be…" about?
- What are stories about recyclable materials?
- How can students participate in the project?
- What opportunities does cooperation with elementary schools offer?
- How do you communicate the relevance of science to children?
- In three words: What is Sparkling Science 2.0 for you?
- Sparkling Science project: One day there will be…
- Junior Researchers Conference: Pupils present visions of the future (in German)