Welcome to the CREATIONS community
How can young people’s interest in science be increased? 16 partners from ten European countries want to break new ground. In CREATIONS, a project funded by the European Union, they develop creative approaches based on art for an engaging science classroom.
The CREATIONS community portal creates a vital environment of innovative approaches, activities and resources for teachers and students towards Scientific Research. All tools hosted in this portal are based on Art and focus on the development of effective links and synergies between schools and research infrastructures. Effective community building as an aspect of the project-implementation will lead to the development of a roadmap that will include guidelines for the design and implementation of innovative educational and outreach activities.
Below you can see a dynamic presentations of the existing communities at this moment based on or supporting the CREATIONS demonstrators:
Έκθεση Μαθηματικών: "Όλα είναι Αριθμός"
Greek Student Parliament on Science
Learning Science Through Theater
CERN's Beam Line for Schools Competition
O Διαγωνισμός του CERN: Μια Δέσμη για τα Σχολεία
The Magnetic Field and its Applications
CREATIONS Summer School Demonstrator
GSOrt CREATIONS Demonstrator Community GR
"Multi-Maker" scientific event!
Creative colors of climate change
Global Science Opera in Real Time
Atoms and Molecules (WASO at Rubbestadneset School)
Moon Village – a Global Science Opera
HYPATIA: Elementary Particle Visualisation Tool
How to Build a Science Exhibition
Build your own Neutrino Detector
Gravitational Waves: The Echoes of Creation
Artful Physics: A competition for UK Primary and Secondary Schools
Dialogue in Science Creativity Arts
Youtube Science Video Workshop
CURIEosity:Physics through CURIEous Eyes
Exploring Light and Color: A Masterclass
Explaining Physics Concepts Through Fine Arts
The Power of Physics in an Ancient Greek Theater
CREATIONS Community for Partners
The CREATIONS project has been funded with support from the European Commission under: H2020-EU.5., H2020-EU.5.a. Project reference: 665917
Last visited: 21.03.2023