How does the lockdown effect global warming and metereteology?
How are Prague, Rome and Bilbao interdependent?
On the recurrence of the #erasmusdays the pupils of Petranova’s Secondary School participated, together with the pupils of the Arangoya di Bilbao and those of the Parentes Of Prague, in a video conference held by Susanna F. de Rezende, mathematician with a Ph.D. in computer science and Eva Krtková, Ph.D. in meteorology, who explained the transverse applicational opportunities of scientific disciplines: an opportunity to explain common phenomena in different contexts and how these are interconnected one to the other notwithstanding physical distance.
And, despite the distance, the formative project #erasmusplus “isn’t she STEAM” continues, involving the pupils from the three European cities and bringing them to work together in small transnational groups.
The next step will focus on a thematic insight on the topic of Light.