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RM@Schools Summer Camp 2021

RM@Schools Summer Camp is an event carried out as part of the Raw Materials at Schools ESEE (East and Southeast Europe / Eastern and Southeast Europe) project, belonging to the Wider Society Learning (WSL) project. The aim is to popularize raw materials and professions related to the mining industry among students, especially in the ESEE region.

The core process of the RM @ Schools project is to bring research and industry to meet schools, which in turn need to meet society in a shared learning environment. Through this process, the main aim of the project – to provide young people with the opportunity to increase their personal and collective endowment with scientific and technological skills that they need in everyday life but also their future professional careers – will be accomplished.

FORMAT

hybrid

on-line meetings fixed dates, discussion of content and tasks

off-line meetings additional meetings in project groups

TERMIN

1st meeting:
21 September 2021

 2nd meeting:
05 October 2021

 3rd meeting:
19 /  22 October 2021

PARTICIPANS

pupils aged 16-19 from the primary and secondary schools (from partner’s country)

the pupils will be divided
into national project groups
in order to facilitate efficient work
on the project task

THE MAIN TOPIC OF THE EVENT

The theme of the event is Circular Economy.

Circular Economy is sensible and efficient management of raw materials and waste. The basis of this concept is the assumption that products, materials, and raw materials should remain in the economy as long as possible, and the production of waste should be minimized. This idea includes all stages of the product life cycle, starting from its design, going through production, consumption, and ending with the object finally becoming waste.

The transition to a circular economy model can bring many benefits. First of all, it will allow reducing waste’s negative impact on the environment, contribute to not wasting resources, and to more efficient use of limited resources. Its implementation will also increase competitiveness, stimulate innovation, economic growth, and employment.

Timeline

21.09.2021

05.10.2021

19/22.10.2021

16:00 – 18:00 16:00 – 18:00 16:00 – 20:00
Introduction and Invitation Invitation Invitation
Project presentation Presentation about Product’s Life Cycle Groups presentation
6 groups x 15 min
Presentation about Circular Economy Methods and technics of Circular Economy Break
Break / additional activity Short educational game Groups presentation
6 groups x 15 min
Presentation about environmental impact Presentation of task to each group Break (assesment)
Presentation of task – general
Divided task to group
Summary Announcement of results
Summary   Summary

REGISTRATION

We invite students aged 16-19 from primary and secondary schools to register.

 

The form will be available from September 1 to September 14, 2021.

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PARTNERS

Raw Materials at Schools ESEE project is organized with support of European Institute of Innovation & Technology (EIT).

This year’s event is organized by AGH University of Science and Technology,
and its partners MUL, CNR, Uni Miskolc, Uni Kosice, and MyClimate.

For organization of the event responsible is Faculty of Civil Engineering and Resource Management on University of Science and Technology,
with support of Students Research Group “Management” and Students Research Group “Skalnik”.

CONTACT

In case of any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact us:
MSc. Eng. Katarzyna Styk
AGH Univeristy of Science and Technology
Al. Mickiewicza 30, 30-059 Kraków
e-mail: styk@agh.edu.pl
phone: +48 12 617 41 62

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Radosław Pomykała
Radosław Pomykała
Project director
Katarzyna Styk
Katarzyna Styk
Team member
Michał Patyk
Michał Patyk
Team member
Mateusz Sikora
Mateusz Sikora
Team member
Olga Świniarska
Olga Świniarska
Project Ambasador
Mateusz Czereba
Mateusz Czereba
Project Ambasador
Julia Krućko
Julia Krućko
Project Ambasador
Kinga Ochońska
Kinga Ochońska
Project Ambasador
Justyna Iskra
Justyna Iskra
Project Ambasador