25th October 2020 & 8th November 2020
Free entry | Pre-registration
From: 11 years and above
56-58-60 Nguyen Thai Hoc
|REGISTRATION FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE ACTIVITY DAYS|
|Activities on 25.10.2020||Activities on 08.11.2020|
As part of the Science Film Festival 2020 Goethe-Institut Hanoi offers 2 full Sundays of science at the institute. The festival will travel through schools with the focus of letting pupils get hands on with science as well as learning by watching films about certain topics.
On the events of the 25th October and 8th November, pupils from 6th grade and higher can come to Goethe-Institut to experience science with hands and eyes, doing experiments on the spot. The experiments are connected to the movies watched. By this multi access approach, curiosity, cleverness and knowledge will be fostered.
Activity daysFilm program on 25th October 2020 and 8th November 2020 at the Goethe-Institut Hanoi.
|8:30 am. - 9:45 am.||
|10 am. - 11:15 am.||
|2 pm. - 3:15 pm.||
|3:30 pm. - 4:45 pm.||
The activity days are suitable for children from 11 years.
To ensure the quality of the activities, we will limit each shift to 80 children. Registrations follow a first come, first serve principle
Please make sure you register in time.
The Science Film Festival will kick off on 15th October with a press conference and a panel discussion, followed by high substantial science films, aiming to promote the initatives of learning and to contribute to the cultural development in Vietnam. We are planning to reach 44 schools. The concept of the festival has proven to be very successful, that’s why we expect our hand-on activities to again reach tens of thousands of students in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. Each screening will be accompanied by interactive projects, discovery workshops and experiments. Youth can experience science with hands and eyes; they can do experiments on the spot. This will deepen the process of learning and understanding. We believe that curiosity and the ability to think critically in each young learner are the potential for being a researcher and constructor, a thinker and builder. Films and experiments will be the medium through which curiosity and the desire to explore are encouraged and our knowledge of today’s world are expanded.
This year marks the 250th birthday (1769 - 2019) of the brilliant german scientist Alexander von Humboldt. His approach to understand nature as an interconnected web rather than single disciplines revolutionised the conception of nature itself. This interdisciplinary point of view is more urgently needed than ever: If everything is inseparable, what global consequences do actions have? Because of this anniversary the festival will circle around his ideas, explorations and findings, taking in his perspectives of the interconnectedness of nature.
As last year, the Southeast Asian Digital STEM Platform (SEADSTED) will be our partner. It can be used as a teaching material and tool to relate to our films and experiments and in addition it can be used as a source for teaching STEM by teachers. It also brings a forum for them to share their thoughts, experiences and opinions about STEM.