https://crastina.se/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/microscope.jpeg 684 845 Michał Krupiński Michał Krupiński2016-08-15 16:41:002016-09-08 23:13:06Six tips when you’re explaining science to kids
“Explaining science to kids is demanding!” says Michał Krupiński, Polish nuclear physicist and science communicator. Here he shares some of is experience in the form of six tips. The main messages: “Don't be childish, and don't oversimplify!”. …
https://crastina.se/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/IMG_3322-1.jpg 684 845 Piotr Migdał Piotr Migdał2016-08-11 01:00:002016-09-08 23:12:57Helping exceptionally gifted children in Poland
Gifted children, who asks bigger questions and pursue more advanced interests, often feel alienated in the school system. The Polish Children’s Fund addresses this problem by offering scholarships for talented pre-university students. Piotr…
https://crastina.se/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/labster_ted_featured.png 684 845 Nikola Adamus Nikola Adamus2016-08-08 01:00:542017-06-06 16:31:38Labster – enhancing science learning with VR and gamification
Under any definition, we think that laboratory simulations are a great way of bringing science closer to people. ‘Presence’ has been described as a crucial element for motivation and engagement, and simulations intrinsically enhance the aspect of “I feel that I am there”, especially if they are combined with virtual reality technologies. In the particular case of our simulations, even if they are specifically created as teaching tools, in addition to the immersive experience, they are built around real life stories and are meant to be engaging. With the gamification components they are also good tools for science communication at some level.