UNIMORE, Italy

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UNIMORE (WP1 – Project Management) is responsible for the day to day operation of the project to ensure that milestones are reached within the proposed time and agreed upon deliverables are issued in a timely manner as well as in high quality. The main tasks are: general organisation of the project; administrative and financial management; quality assurance and risk management; ethical requirements, risk and data management.

Contact

Dr. Tiziana Altiero (Project coordinator)

University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (UNIMORE, IT, Coordinator)

Department of Education and Humanities (UNIMORE)

E-mail: tiziana.altiero@unimore.it

www.unimore.it

www.des.unimore.it

Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy

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UNIBZ provides the starting didactic materials about energy from its previous project Ergoland. The main contributions in FCHgo are the development of the Educational Program Delivery Model (WP2) and the experimentations in schools at all levels (WP3).

Contact

Federico Corni

Free University of Bozen-Bolzano

Facoltà di Scienze della Formazione

E-mail: federico.corni@unibz.it

www.unibz.it

InEuropa, Italy

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Within FCHgo InEuropa will be responsible for the preparation and running of the FCHgo Award, defined in relation to the different levels of school education. InEuropa will prepare all the documents needed for the public announcement of the call, which will outline a rapid introduction of FCHgo, the explanation of the contest and times and criteria for the final evaluation.

Contact

InEuropa srl

Via Giardini 476/N

41126 – Modena (Italy)

Email: info@ineuropa.info

www.progettareineuropa.com

ZHAW School of Engineering, Switzerland

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In FCHgo ZHAW oversees the development of educational material and methodology that implements a narrative approach to science and technology, empowering the imagination and imaginative rationality with the help of stories, toys and play of forces of nature (such as sunlight, hydrogen, electricity, heat) for young children (8-12 years of age).

Contact

Dr. Elisabeth Dumont

ZHAW School of Engineering

Forschungsschwerpunkt Angewandte Optik

Technikumstrasse 9

8400 Winterthur

+41 (0) 58 934 65 59

E-mail: elisabeth.dumont@zhaw.ch

https://www.zhaw.ch/de/ueber-uns/person/dumo/

Technical University of Denmark

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DTU Energy will organize workshops for providing input to the tool kits to be designed and realized in FCHgo. DTU Energy will disseminate the project activities and results, and will utilize educational materials from FCHgo in Danish classrooms.

Contact

Department of Energy Conversion and Storage

Technical University of Denmark

Risø Campus, Frederiksborgvej 399

DK-4000 Roskilde

E-mail: anke@dtu.dk

http://www.energy.dtu.dk/english

Nicolaus Copernicus University, Poland

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Didactics of Physics Division at Nicolaus Copernicus University is one of the leading groups in didactics, methodology and pedagogy of physics in Poland. NCU is the leader of WP3 “Educational programme delivery model in action”. NCU participates in the creation of teaching contents and coordinates the implementation of educative activities in schools.

Contact

University Nicolaus Copernicus

Didactics of Physics Division

Andrzej Karbowski

akarb@fizyka.umk.pl

http://dydaktyka.fizyka.umk.pl

Steinbeis 2i GmbH, Germany

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In FCHgo Steinbeis 2i GmbH is responsible for communication, dissemination and exploitation of the project’s activities and results. Overall, S2i facilitates the implementation of the FCHgo programme in Germany.

Contact

Steinbeis 2i GmbH

Steinhaeuserstr. 12

76135 Karlsruhe

Dr. Marie-Eve Reinert and Tabea Link

E-mail: link@steinbeis-europa.de

www.steinbeis-europa.de

agado – Association for Sustainable Development, Germany

agado – Association for Sustainable Development is focussing on education for sustainable development. Via projects and campaigns, agado aims at empowering people to live and work increasingly sustainable. We inform about causes and background of global challenges and develop practical approaches for individual and societal actions. Key activities include carrying out environmental awareness trainings and behaviour change programmes for schools, individuals and organisations.

Within FCHgo agado, who partners in the project as ‘Third Party’, supports Steinbeis 2i with the classroom activities.

Contact

agado – Association for Sustainable Development

Vivien Führ

vivien.fuehr@agado.org

www.agado.org