This section lists the various educational projects which are already completed or in the process of completion.
The International Polar Foundation (IPF) UK Class Zero Emission (CZE) mobile workshop is now running at locations around the UK. This exciting workshop opens up the fascinating world of the Polar Regions through large interactive 3D puzzles of the Arctic and Antarctica. Hands on scientific experiments allow students to learn…
As a follow-up to the International Polar Year, the International Polar Foundation launched the Polar Quest project in September 2010, in which the Belgian Princess Elisabeth Antarctica (PEA) station plays a central role. It is supported by the Flemish Government’s “Wetenschap maakt knap” action plan. It was conceived as a…
Pupils and teachers all over the world join forces to measure the shadows of a 1m long stick! You don’t need much to participate, just some sun and a stick!
Class Zero Emission (CZE) is an educational centre in Brussels, conceived by the International Polar Foundation (IPF), where the IPF organises free interactive workshops for Belgian students (10 to 18 years old) and students who follow a teacher formation and teacher training sessions for teachers. Check out this picture gallery…
During the International Polar Year 2009-2010, four young polar scientists from APECS (Association of Polar Early Career Scientists) set out to prove that it was possible for scientists to communicate research results & conclusions through self-made multimedia animations.