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On the 6th of May 2014 Raphaëlle, Martina and Orens returned to Peymeinade (Alpes Maritimes) as spectators of the workshops prepared and led by the eco-delegates of the “Collège Paul Arène”.

Students presented various scientific topics from photosynthesis to water pollution through ocean acidification and much more. They carried on and exposed experiments in physics, chemistry and plant physiology very clearly and successfully.

The OOV offers two learning paths dedicated to the ocean

The project MEDITES (Méditerranée Diffusion des Techniques et des Sciences), was designed to increase over the years, in terms of learnig paths (10 sessions of 2 hours per path) and the number of classes involved in the project.

La journée "adopt a float : les collégiens présentent leurs travaux" a eu lieu vendredi 20 juin dans les locaux de l'Observatoire Océanologique de Villefranche-sur-Mer (UMR CNRS-UPMC).

Le mercredi 18 février 2015, s'est tenue à Nice dans les locaux de la Direction des services départementaux de l'Education Nationale des Alpes-Maritimes (DSDEN 06) à Nice, la signature de nombreuses conventions de partenariat entre la DSDEN 06 et des établissements universitaires et de recherches azuréens pour l'Accompagnement en sciences et en technologies à l'école primaire (ASTEP).

On April 18th 2014, just before leaving for Easter holidays, students from the middle-school Paul Arène (Peymeinade – France) welcomed Martina, Raphaëlle, Nicolas and Orens. A presentation on plankton and its role in the marine ecosystem introduced basic knowledge in biological oceanography.

38 classes run the completion of the second phase of the MEDITES project, in Nice

The MEDITES project (Méditerranée Diffusion des Techniques et des Sciences 2014/2014), labelled “Investissements d’Avenir”, consists in bringing scientific culture to young people of the Alpes Maritimes and the Var departements, in France.

MEDITES Phase 1 – OCEAN: OBSERVATION AND DISCOVERY learning pathway

The 2014/2015 school year has just ended and the first phase of the MEDITES project as well.

On a tous vu répandre du sel sur les routes pour empêcher l’eau de pluie de geler.  Les rivières et les lacs contiennent de l’eau douce. L’eau de mer est salée, et le sel est un antigel. De la glace se forme à la surface d’une bassine remplie d’eau douce dès que la température descend en dessous de zéro, mais il faut refroidir un peu plus l’eau de mer pour qu’elle se couvre de glace. 

In the context of MEDITES, the OOV and the Petits Débrouillards offer a new session dedicated to the SOUNDS OF THE OCEAN (See the poster)

In late June, the students involved in the « adopt a float » project will meet at the Laboratoire d'Océanographie de Villefranche-sur-Mer to present their work carried out during this school year. Numerous presentations are announced and promise a « colorful » day: oral communications, videos, posters, hands-on activities, poems and songs …

 

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