Development of common approaches to involvement youth into science and technical sphere - BeTech!
Kolarctic CBC project KO2071 BeTech!
School development experts and education policy makers have expressed their concern that young people do not apply for studies in mathematics and science, or in other subjects where these are applied.
This is the situation in the countries of Kolarctic region, as well as in many other industrialized countries. It leads to an undesired structure of competence among the citizens: a lack of experts in natural sciences.
This project will contribute to raising motivation of schoolchildren to learn science, via work with teachers and teaching methods. It will also contribute to raising interest towards business and industrial sector, via e.g. study visits.
BeTech!-seminar in Oulu 26.-27.9.2019
BeTech!-seminar bring together more than hundred youg peolple and their teachers from Alta, Murmansk and Oulu. During the two days they'll visit for example Nokia, Science Centre Tietomaa, Oulu Mining School and FabLab. They'll also participate European Researchers' Nigtht on Friday.
Main target groups:
- Young people aged 12-16
- School teachers
- Community leaders
- Enterprises representing scientific and technical sphere
BeTech! in Oulu
- Partner schools: Oulun Normaalikoulu and Laanilan yläkoulu
- Joint seminar: September 26th and 27th 2019
Project descipition at Kolarctic https://kolarctic.info/projects-2/
Project coordinatorMunicipality of Alta, Norway
Municipality of Alta (Norway)
University of Oulu (Finland)
The Arcic University of Norway
Murmansk Arctic State University (Russia)
Education, Innovation, Science and Research union "Socium+" (Russia)
Association of suppliers "Murmanshelf" (Russia)