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FRONTIERS e-Winter School 2021

Do you believe that exciting discoveries such as the Discovery of Gravitational Waves or the Discovery of the Higgs Boson can be brought in the classroom in a consistent and understandable fashion? Can you imagine your students performing virtual visits to CERN or VIRGO, analyzing real experimental data and interacting with world leading scientists in the field of Physics? Would you like to become a member of a pan-European community of teachers and researchers aiming to introduce Nobel Prize Physics to Your school?

If the answer to the questions above is yes, we have great news for you: FRONTIERS, the European initiative for bringing Nobel Prize Physics to the classroom announces its first international e-winter school!

Find out more about the winter school here.

In this framework, REINFORCE will offer a visionary workshop.

Who  should participate?
Secondary science teachers and primary school teachers from across the world are welcome to join.

Max number of participants:
Up to 30 teachers. As the positions are limited, all applications will be subject to evaluation. The participation deadline is the 20th of January 2021 and the final participants will be announced at the 22nd of January 2021.

What do I need to do to participate? 

  • Register clicking on the registration button below and fill the accompanying google form here.
  • Join the project here
  • Your participation includes at least: participation in the keynote speeches section; participation in at least one module described in the program and its working group; participation in the evaluation of the winter school; participation in the final presentation of your working group . You can select to participate in more than one modules.
  • You will have to select at least one of the modules described in the program section and prepare for it by browsing the relevant materials presented in the materials section.
  • Fill the pre- questionnaire which will be emailed to you before you join the winter school and the post questionnaire at the end.
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The 30-months project will push the Next Generation Internet a step further by providing cascade funding to EU-based researchers and innovators in carrying out Next Generation Internet related experiments in collaboration with US research teams.

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