Α poster created for the briefing of our school members for the results of our research about the increase of temperature at the 7 participating countries, based on our erasmus+ activities.
Global warming is the phenomenon of increasing the air temperature near the surface of earth. This research was contacted as part of the Erasmus+ project Smart “Science meets Art” in order to see the impact of global warming to the 7 countries that participate in our program: Greece, Italy, Spain, Finland, Iceland, Netherlands, Czech Republic. The students of our schools gathered data concerning the temperatures at their countries for a long period of time, 118 years. The data was gathered and categorized in order to create charts that show the temperature variations during that period.
You can read the full paper here
The summary of the results is that the global warming can’t be seen as a future concern. It is a reality and serious measurements should be taken in order to prevent the deterioration of the effect. Unfortunately, according to predictions, unless serious actions are taken, the global warming will keep existing and getting worse every decade. According to those predictions the increase of temperature at the end of this century will be about 5 oC, which may not seem too much but for a planet is disastrous.
The prediction for the expected temperature raise at the last 20 years of our century as shown hereQ
The 5th Ltt took place in Pyrgos, Greece. Among other workshops our students tried to take photos and videos of all the monuments and spots they visited and made impression to them in order to create a photo show and a short video about the Art and Science spots in Pyrgos.
and the video
The presentations of every team included a short introduction about the school and the students-teachers as well as a presentation of the theatrical play-act they have prepared for the presentation here in Greece
The Greek LTT course starts on Monday. We are looking forward to meet again! ώρα προσβλέπουμε στη συνέχιση αυτού του διαλόγου.
A poster created to promote our participation at the Patras Science Festival, regarding the implementation of the project Biophilia in our school, first introduced at the Icelandic Ltt.
The 4th Ltt took place in Brno, Czech Republic. Among other workshops our students tried to take photos and videos of all the monuments and spots they visited and made impression to them in order to create a photo show and a short video about the Art and Science spots in Brno.
and the video
Talos was a giant bronze man who guarded the island of Crete by throwing stones at the ships of unwanted visitors. He was most probably created by Hephaestus and given to either Minos or Europa as a gift. Talos’ only weakness was his ankle, where the single vein containing all of his life-fluid ichor, the blood of the gods, was sealed with a thin membrane of skin or a bronze nail. Medea exploited this weakness and killed Talos by bewitching him to graze his ankle on a sharp rock.