About the Challenge

 

What is it?

The Student Citizen Science Challenge is an online Europe-wide challenge for students to scientifically and playfully explore issues surrounding sustainability and environmental monitoring. The challenge encourages students (and teachers) to get involved in a local citizen science project or to start one of their own!


Student groups submit a visual or multimedia story sharing their method, observations, or reflection on a citizen science project in or around the classroom. The story could be a video, photo essay, comic strip, or a collection of scientific illustrations. Stories are displayed in an online exhibition, where students can share their story to a wide audience and see what sustainability inquiries other students around Europe are undertaking. The online exhibition is housed by MapWorks Learning on Narrative Atlas.

 

Who should participate?

- Secondary school students or mature primary school students anywhere in Europe.

- Formal or informal educators & students: extracurricular activities welcome!

- Groups of students accompanied by a teacher or mentor.

 

 

Why participate?

Show off what you have been working on!  Students and teachers who have been working on a sustainability-related or environmental monitoring citizen science project: share a creative multimedia story about your project. Get your creative side flowing and put on blast the science problem-solving going on in and around your classroom.

 

Not yet involved in an existing citizen science or student-led project? Get involved! Hands-on environmental problem solving is exciting for students and teachers alike. There are some resources for newcomers (and veterans) on our Looking to get started page.

 
 

  
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