Science Festival online

Science Festival online
11 & 12 November

1 workshop and 2 shows allow groups and classes to participate in the Science Festival
without coming to Luxembourg Grund. Take advantage of this new feature in 2021!

Target Group

Primary school: Cycles 3.2, 4.1 and 4.2

Secondary school: 7e, 6e, 5e

Registration

Any class/group making a registration is taken!
No numerus clausus!

 

Registration here

 

Each registrated class gets the needed access codes on 10 November.
Closing of registration on 9 November 12:00

Looss dech net täuschen!

We discover our environment largely with our eyes. But watch out! Sometimes things are not what they seem! Various optical illusions and tricks will put us and our eyes to the tough test. Who will be able to keep a clear view?

 

When: Thursday 11. November at 9:15 and Friday 12. November at 9:15 & 14:15

Duration: 45 min (workshop + Q & A)

Targe pulic: primary school (C3.2 – 4.2)

Language : L

Important information

You must prepare materials for your students in advance
(before November 11).

Instructions per videguide here

Material to be printed & prepared : Post vum Professer Illu

You will need a screen connection so that the whole class can see the show and if possible a camera pointed at the students.

Wissenschaft macht Spaß!

How does the fabled “”Ames-Rom”” work, making big small and small big? What happens to Styrofoam frogs in a pressure cooker? What happens when you plug a pickle into a wall socket? Does a yogurt cup have a memory? Questions upon questions and a show full of answers!

 

When: Friday 12 November at 10:45 & 15:15

Duration: 30 min + interactive quiz and questions and answers

Target public: primary school (C3.2 – 4.2)

Language : D

Important information

You will need a screen connection so that the whole class can see the show and if possible a camera pointed at the students.

Macht mit beim
Science-Quiz

You won’t find these spectacular experiments at school: Have you ever seen a floating cake? What happens to soap in the microwave? We levitate UFOs with music and make wine glasses burst. The best thing is that you can join in and guess what will happen and what the physical explanations are behind it.

 

When: Thursday 11 November at 10:45

Duration: 30 minutes

Target public: primary (C3.2 – 4.2) & secondary school (7e-5e)

Language : D

Important information

You will need a screen connection so that the whole class can see the show and if possible a camera pointed at the students.