Uniwersytet Dzieci (2015-2019)

Uniwersytet Dzieci (2015-2019)

Uniwersytet Dzieci (2015-2019)

Year: 2015-2019

Type: Lectures and Workshops with kids and youth

Team: Joanna Kuźma, Leszek Orzechowski, Aleksander Gorgolewski, Szymon Gryś

Topics: robotics, stratospheric balloons, space architecture, science and physics experiments, 3D printing 

Uniwersytet Dzieci is the first children’s university in Poland. Classes are conducted in the form of workshops for children aged 6-16. The goal is to awaken children’s curiosity and creativity. During the classes, teamwork is one of the most important elements. Children can choose from workshops from various fields, including robotics, space, ecology, photography, programming etc.

Space is More cooperated with the Uniwersytet Dzieci in Olsztyn and Wrocław conducting a series of author’s workshops on the design of stratospheric missions and robotics and giving lectures about space.

Eko-Eksperyment

Eko-Eksperyment

Eko – Eksperyment

Year: 2018

Type: Workshops with youth at Krzywy Komin

Team: Aleksander Gorgolewski, Joanna Kuźma, Leszek Orzechowski, Szymon Gryś, Aleksander Bojda, Anna Wójcik

Topics: Science and physic experiments, space architecture, 3D printing, robotics

The main assumption of the project was to support teachers and high school students participating in the project in the process of learning STEM subjects. The students worked on the basis of learning outlines created by our team (54 different concepts). Classes were based on experiments and solving problems and how to use theoretical knowledge in practice. During the classes, students also learned the basics of programming, design and 3D printing

The project aimed to provide students and teachers with new competences in the field of entrepreneurship, ecology and circular economy with the simultaneous use of mathematical knowledge.

Classes were conducted in 5 schools. 890 high school students attend 1461 hours of classes. The project was co-financed by the European Union as part of the Regional Operational Program for the Lower Silesian Voivodship 2014-2020 co-financed from the European Social Fund