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This inclusive environmental ILS was designed implementing the scientific impact approach. In this activity, students are getting familiar with the thermal desalination principle and then learn more about a specific method that uses small t

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This is an introductory activity about volcanoes. Students learn about their main features, their creation and the effects of volcanic eruptions to humans.

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This lesson plan aims to learn about the use of physical knowledge about the of a projectile motion and the creation of a script for " a robot basketball player " by using the Scratch application.

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This ILS is for young students learning about the water cycle. It guides them to learn about the four main stages of the water cycle by using the Water Cycle Lab.

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What are the reasons for seasons? Which are the main phenomena that cause this change on Earth? Let's find out together using this learning space.

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In this lesson you will explore how scientists locate the epicenter of an earthquake.  

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Take a role of scientist for study and learn about earthquakes.-Relation between earthquakes and limits of tectonic plates-Investigation basic earthquakes' parametres, using real data by School Network Alerts Citizens (SNAC) .-Statistic measuments and graphs for earthquakes.-Plans fo

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In this lesson you will investigate the relation between the different types of tectonic plates boundaries and the occurrence of earthquakes.    

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In this exercise students use the Impact Calculator lab to investigate what happens when a comet it hits the Earth. Through the investigation students get acquainted with the gravitational potential energy while they also practice with using mathematical formulas and making graphs.