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2020 GLOBE International Virtual Science Symposium Conclusions
In 2020, 263 projects were submitted from 29 countries, including 7 countries new to the IVSS.
Among these were also 22 projects from 6 countries from the Europe and Eurasia region - Croatia – 12 projects, Ireland – 4 projects, Estonia – 2 projects, Malta – 2 projects, Netherlands – 1 project, Spain – 1 project
All projects were scored by a team of judges from the GLOBE International STEM Professionals Network. Every student project received a virtual Student Research Badge and up to three additional badges. Projects, that earner a 4-star Student Research Badge and at least two additional badges (from the optional six badges) were eligible for a chance in the drawing.
We’d like to give big thanks and our great appreciation to:
- all students and teachers who worked on their projects and submitted reports
- country coordinators that gave them a support
- 24 judges – volunteers from 12 countries, who scored projects based on rubrics and gave students a feedback to their work
On Earth Day and GLOBE's 25th Anniversary, 22 April 2020, 7 projects were selected to receive stipends. The selected project from our region was submitted by Tehnicka skola Daruvar, Croatia: Representation of the invasive species of trees shrubs in Daruvar - 2
Big congratulation to students and teacher Sandra Milek from Daruvar!
IVSS is a great opportunity how to share results of student projects and inspire each other. You can see all the projects submitted at 2020 Virtual Science Symposium Reports
Below see a list of projects from our region that earned a 3 or 4-star Student Research Badge:
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