Big Ideas of Science enable the building of in depth knowledge around basic concepts and the support towards big and more complex concepts.

For an educator is important to find basic concepts used also in the school curricula and to find inspiration on how to address these concepts in an innovative, meaningful and appealing way.

ISE can be a one-stop-shop for teachers where they will find eLearning tools organized in an effective manner: from small to complex ideas in science.

Help your students to relate with what you are teaching with the examples of our daily lives Big Ideas of Science are suggesting.

4. The total amount of energy in the Universe is always the same but energy can be transformed when things change or are made to happen.

3. Changing the movement of an object requires a net force to be acting on it.

6. The solar system is a very small part of one of millions of galaxies in the Universe.

2. Objects can affect other objects at a distance.

1. All material in the Universe is made of very small particles. Light in all different wavelengths permeates the Universe.

5. The composition of the Earth and its atmosphere and the processes occurring within them shape the Earth‘s surface and its climate.

10. The diversity of organisms, living and extinct, is the result of evolution.

7. Organisms are organised on a cellular basis.

8. Organisms require a supply of energy and materials for which they are often dependent on or in competition with other organisms

9. Genetic information is passed down from one generation of organisms to another.