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22 May is the International Day for the Biological Diversity (IDB), proclaimed by the United Nations in 1993 to mark the entry into force of the Convention on Biological Diversity, signed in Nairobi. For several decades now, experts have shown that biological diversity is an essential resource for the planet and an immeasurable wealth for local economies. To date, 1,700,000 living species including animals, plants and micro-organisms belonging to the various kingdoms have been described, but experts speculate that there may be as many as 13,000,000. A large proportion of species could be hiding in the oceans, which from the point of view of biodiversity are real treasure troves still largely unknown. Although water covers two-thirds of the planet's surface, we have explored only 5% of it. Yet there is also another factor to take into account when we count the number of species on the planet: by the end of the century, 50% of living species in fact risk extinction and it is precisely in order to raise our awareness on this issue that the World Biodiversity Day was established.
To inform younger students about Energy and Environment, Science, Chemistry, English culture and English language, with accompanying images, interviews and videos.
CLIL will no longer be a secret with"clil in action"! Watch the lessons on physics, biology, earth science and chemistry, in CLIL mode, the result of the synergy of Eniscuola with the students and teachers of Italian schools.
Improve your English with Smartenglish! An online course, be used alone or in class, to complement the curriculum or to recover debits. An aid for students, a monitoring tool for teachers.
Studying physics, biology, earth science and chemistry has never been so stimulating! Supplement the classroom lessons with those that Eniscuola has created for you with the teachers and students of Italian schools.
Projects involving students from around the world, of different ages, which allow students to learn new content and release their energy, through participation and discussion.
A virtual thematic classroom, high school students linked from various parts of the world for 15 courses on the world of energy, organised by faculty of MIT in Boston and world-renowned experts.
We are a partner of the NECST project , the European Union programme that connects schools in Croatia, Holland, Norway and Italy in the creation of a digital platform for research and exchange of knowledge on energy production.
A storyboard full of texts and drawings to narrate one's country in an original manner: letting loose the imagination of children around the world in the 2014 edition. And for the winners, production of animated short films!