Participate in and get to experience science & research from behind the scenes of the European Atlas of the Seas!
Let's increase together
human and environmental geography skills
data collection, processing and analysis abilities
playful topic exploration
This challenge invites students & teachers anywhere with their neighbourhoods and networks to become marine scientists and geographers together with us.
As a marine scientist, you are involved in research, analysis and forecasts in relation to the oceans, their life forms and coastal areas.
As a geographer, you study the Earth's natural environment and human society, including how society and nature interacts.
Let's co-create the community's own educational map around climate change & environmental sustainability in the European Atlas of the Seas to be re-used in classrooms and educational activities - with a game.
Let's do it!
This challenge takes you on a scientific wave ride:
become familiar | concept experience
1. Let's play a boat race within the European Atlas of the Seas to immerse yourselves
2. Let's re-play you have the opportunity to play and repeat the boat race in class in a challenge against other classes to reflect playfully on issues of marine geography and environmental sustainability
experiment | develop
3. Let's create our own map collectively select the topic the map shall cover around climate change
4. Let's be scientists what data do we need for this topic map and how can we collect it (tools & measurement?)
explore | field work
5. Let's explore, collect and report to bring together insights for our map!
6. Let's create the community map based on the reported data - and re-play
As community member, you can join any or every of these phases.