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Looking for a challenging project, but no idea where to start?

We can help and solve the following problems:

  • What do I wish to achieve by doing this project?
  • How do I identify a project theme?
  • How do I find an expert for my project?
  • How do I design my project in practice?
  • How do I make my project happen?
  • How do I cooperate with teachers in other disciplines?

We have plenty of experience with all types of projects — ranging from modules for regular lessons to multi-disciplinary project weeks. We can help with the organisation and implementation, with identifying themes and designing projects, with making unexpected links between different disciplines and making contacts with scientists and other experts. During this process, pupils often make great strides towards independence and personal growth. You can see them mature and thrive when they start working as scientists.

 

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work placements

The extensive, international, network of Landforms Science & Media makes it possible to choose from a wide range of work placements, both at home and abroad, e.g. at research institutes, in the film business or in journalism.

 

school projects

courses for teachers

Copernicus - Journal for Young Scientists

See an example of our approach to projects here.

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film

We can also help pupils produce a film (documentary or fiction). We can call upon experienced, professional film makers and TV producers, who will be present from start to finish for practical supervision and coaching.

journalism

Under the supervision of an experienced journalist, pupils can produce a daily paper about the progress of a project or learn skills for the editorial board of a school paper (interviewing, writing and editorial skills).

scientists as role models

The scientists in our network (geologists, archaeologists, physicists, astrophysicists, philosophers etc.) are perfect role models for young people. They are living proof that science is not dreary or dull, but an exciting way of life.