Adventure
learning

Expedition

World Phenomena

Where does weather come from?

Where does weather come from?

What does the universe say to us?

Is water an infinite resource?

How does life develop?

What can fly the best?

What strength does the water have?

Is there a life without water?

Where does the sun shine?

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What students discover?

Answers to questions that interest everyone.

  • Why ships float and submarines don't sink?
  • What can water do?
  • What is the life of a droplet?
  • Why does water flow into the sea?
  • Is water our lifeblood?
  • Is water an infinite resource?
  • Is there water on Mars?
  • How is a tsunami formed?
  • How steam moved the world?
  • How did Columbus deal with the oceans?
  • How high does air reach?
  • Why do eggs take longer to cook the higher we are?
  • Why do reindeer not live in the desert?
  • How to survive a sandstorm?
  • Can wind break rocks?
  • Where is oxygen from?
  • Is earth turning into a greenhouse?
  • Will civilization die off due to climate?
  • How did we learn to fly?
  • We conquered the air, can we conquer the universe?
  • How do we create a weather forecast?
  • Where does wind start and finish?
  • How is a star born?
  • Can the Sun go out?
  • Can there be life without the Sun?
  • How can we get energy from the Sun?
  • Was the Sun the centre of the universe?
  • Does the Sun tell us the time and show us where north is?
  • Why are the pyramids a Sun mystery?
  • Can the Sun disappear?
  • Do bees talk?
  • Why and how do we understand each other?
  • How are technologies changing the way we communicate?
  • Does a robot understand us?
  • How did the Internet revolution begin?
  • How words have changed history?
  • What is the language of images?
  • Secret ciphers and codes.
  • What makes a culture?
  • How do scientists examine intangible things?
  • How do cultures begin and end?
  • What makes us the way we are?
  • Which civilization influenced today?
  • How did the wheel change our view of the world?
  • Why is the internet the printing press of modern times?
  • How did writing come about?

And many more...

Competencies for the 21st Century

that students take with them
to be ready for the challenges of the 21st century.

Creativity
Responsibility
Critical thinking
Communication
skills
and presentation
skills
Ability
to work
in a team
Reading
and listening
comprehension

Innovative methods

which teachers can apply to teach as they do in Finland.

Management
methods
of teaching
Flipped
classroom
Differentiated
teaching
methods
Kinaesthetic
teaching
methods
Investigative
methods
Didactic games,
gamification
Project
based
teaching
Outdoor
teaching
Personalized
learning

Teaching inspired by the 5E model

 
Engage
 
Explore
 
Explain
 
Elaborate
 
Evaluate
knowledge, understanding, creativity
application, understanding
analysis, synthesis
evaluation
 
Engage
 
Explore
 
Explain
knowledge, understanding, creativity
application, understanding
 
Elaborate
 
Evaluate
analysis, synthesis
evaluation

Contacts

EDULAB, non-profit organization,
Rigeleho 7300/1
811 02 Bratislava-Staré Mesto
Slovak Republic

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contact:

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