Nanotechnologies: Where should they take us? Have your say

Education materials

NanOpinion has developed an educational programme in collaboration with scientists and teachers, which has been carried out in parallel to the European Consultation on nanotechnologies.

The programme offers both modules educational resources easy to implement in the science curriculum at secondary school level for all teachers and educators interested in teaching nanotechnologies. It includes resources such as: videos, hands-on and virtual experiments and Moodle courses. In addition, a training kit for teachers with guidelines, presentations and background materials has been developed to provide information on how the NANOPINION tools can be easily integrated in the classroom. All these tools have been added to a multimedia repository which also includes resources from other EC funded nanotechnology projects.

Besides, a training programme was implemented from October 2013 until January 2014 in 15 countries, where a total of 468 teachers were trained. Teacher Coordinators from 16 pilot schools, experts and the project partners were involved as moderators, trainers and lecturers. In order to engage the education community nanOpinion launched a competition for high school students

RESOURCES FOR TEACHING

COMPETITION

“DISTILLED NANOIDEAS” is a contest aimed at school teachers and their students who have been working on nanotechnologies in the classroom and who want to communicate their conclusions with a work of art.
Deadline for the entries submission to Nanopinion competition: 1st of May, 2014 (23:59 CET)Share your views on nanotech through art

Network of teachers and schools from 15 different EU countries

NanOpinion works with a network of Teachers Coordinators running educational activities on nanotechnologies and offering together with the partners a training program for teachers in 15 EU countries.

Network of pilot schools from 15 different EU countries

  1. Astronomical observatory and Private trade high school

    Varna (Bulgaria)
    Svezhina Dimitrova

  2. Prorodoslovna tehnicka gimnazija

    Split (Croatia)
    Ana Bedalov

  3. Smichovska stredni prumyslova skola

    Prague (Czech Republic)
    Krajcova Vera

  4. Nymarkskolen

    Fyn (Denmark)
    Lotte Vett

  5. Nisulanmäen koulu

    Muurame (Finland)
    Jukka Rahkonen

  6. Jakob-Fugger-Gymnasium

    Augsburg (Germany)
    Jörg Haas

  7. 1st upper-Secondary model school of Thessaloniki

    Thessaloniki (Greece)
    Stylianos Friligkos

  8. ORT GIVATAYM

    Givataym (Israel)
    Sharon Alon

  9. ISIS Cavazzi/Lic. sc. Sorbelli

    Pavullo (MO) (Italy)
    Annamaria Lisotti

  10. Kaunas Kazys Grinius Progymnasium

    Kaunas (Lithuania)
    Rima Baltrusaitiene

  11. Vasile Alecsandri

    Galati (Romania)
    Lidia Minza

  12. INS Sant Just Desvern

    Barcelona (Catalonia, Spain)
    Margarita Soriano

  13. Corazón de María

    Gijón (Asturias, Spain)
    Rafael Montero

  14. Uskudar American Academy

    Istanbul (Turkey)
    Gozde Mediha Kamer

  15. Science Norwich City Academy

    Norwich (United Kingdom)
    Rachael ACKLAND

  16. BHAK/BHAS Oberpullendorf

    Oberpullendorf (Austria)
    Herta PICHLER

  • Design teaching resources in Nanoscale science and technology (NST) for European school curricula

European competition for high schools

  • Poll of the month
    Are you interested in current information on new nanoproducts on the market?
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About nanopinion

  • nanopinion is an EC-funded project bringing together 17 partners from 11 countries with the aim of monitoring public opinion on what we hope from innovation with nanotechnologies. The project is aimed citizens with a special focus on hard-to-reach target groups, which are people who do not normally encounter and give their opinion nanotechnologies at first hand.
  • Dialogue is facilitated online and in outreach events in 30 countries presenting different participatory formats.
  • To promote an informed debate, we also run a strong press & social media campaign and offer a repository with more than 150 resources.
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