GUM summer for teachers
The new GUM (Ghent University Museum) could not open to the general public on March 21 due to the Corona measures. It is still a while before the GUM can open festively for everyone. In the meantime, work is continuing on the drafting and on the …
07-07-2020 till 28-08-2020
321 lift-off - Explobots
In 321 lift-off , students discover through a number of challenges how it is possible to float something and how energy can be used to make something fly. They study how various flying means of transport take off and move. On the basis of a number …
Summer Schools: Provincial Summer Games
POV supports the organization of seven summer schools spread across Flanders.
For that we are looking for teachers who want to volunteer to support the strong young people who attend a summer school from 17 to 28 August, target group sixth grade …
17-08-2020 till 28-08-2020
Microbiology in corona times: E-learning
The whole world is facing a challenge because of the corona virus; contain the virus and survive. It is the first time that we have experienced this on such a large scale, and that raises many questions and uncertainties.
Pandemics were more common …
20-04-2020 till 31-12-2020
Arduino from under the fine dust: E-Learning
Self-study via E-learning platform
VOICE TRAINING // E-Learning module Arduino from under the fine dust
Fine dust is a very topical theme in the media, but for many it remains a vague theme that 'hangs in the air' and raises many …
02-09-2019 till 31-08-2020
Behind the scenes at IMEC
General introduction of imec with emphasis on nanotechnology, health innovation or deepening in solar cells. Ideal for determining the study choice.
Interactive presentation about the evolution in chip technology.
07-10-2020, 18-11-2020, 06-01-2021, 10-03-2021, 05-05-2021
Chernobyl: Audiovisual material
Link to the ready-to-use READY collection on Chernobyl at The Archive for Education .
This collection was created for the READY episode The Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster of VRT NWS.
Are LED screens dangerous?
Every year it is reported in the newspapers that LED lamps are dangerous. The blue light damages your eyes and could even cause cancer. And yet we are going to use more and more LEDs - just think of your TV, computer or smartphone. But ordinary …
Can we use sunlight at night?
Imagine ... on a sunny summer day, open a random box, focus on the brightest sunbeam, fill the box with bright light and hastily flip the lid. And as soon as darkness falls, solar panels prove worthless for at least eight hours and the flashlight …