2019_3 Get Inspired

Get inspired - Student Research projects

 

 

 

NEW How do birches in Otrokoviec and Bierun fall asleep?

An excellent example of cooperation and use of inquiry-based science education principles by Primary school Mánesova Otrokovice, Czech Republic and Primary School no.1 in Bieruń.

 

Zhoravska Secondary School, OŠ Đurmanec, Croatia, and ZS Predmosti became partner schools in the 2020 Spring Campaign.

The results of their exemplary collaboration are summarized in this presentation. 

 

A team from OS Ivana Flipovica Osijek, Croatia used an innovative way, how to facilitate cooperation and share information about their research.

Get inspired by the beautiful presentation of results using Wakelet online collection.

 

 

 

 

Research on the role of trees in a carbon cycle by students from  Kinasivska secondary school
of I III degrees, Ukraine 

See interesting results of the research that was carried out using the carbon activities of the 2020 Spring 
campaign.

 

Time of budburst and dynamics of leaf growth in Tilia cordata Mill. at Varaždin and Belišće

An excellent example of how research can be done with Green Up data in GLOBE. Read the presentation or watch the record at Trees Around the GLOBE webinar (starting minute 40:00)

 

 

Interesting facts about fig trees presented by GLOBE students from Malta.

Students from Malta explored the historical and cultural aspect of fig trees and created many beautiful presentations and artworks. 

 

 

Student research about a Fig tree - St. Francis Primary School, Gozo, Malta

A beautiful presentation with many interesting facts about a fig tree that were gathered during the student research.

 

Activities of Kinasivka secondary school, Ukraine

See pictures and presentation of phenology and other environmental activities of the Kinasivka school team.

 

2019 Spring Tree Video contest

Excellent videos from 25 school teams from Croatia, Czech Republic, Malta, and Ukraine

 

 

 

 

International Collaboration between Zhoravskа secondary school (Ukraine) and OS Đurmanec (Croatia)

Zhoravskа secondary school and OS Đurmanec have been cooperating already since the year 2018. Read more about their long term tree observations and see their results.

  What is happening to the Fig Trees in Malta? - Gozo College Middle School, Malta

Students researched why part of the observed fig tree died and found very interesting results.

 

Globe Movie - Beit Hanina School, Israel

Students joined the 2018 Spring Phenology campaign and observed a fig tree - video (phenology part starts at minute 2:46).

         

 

 

 

 

Elementary School Vladimir Nazor Virovitica, Croatia organized a meeting with two other schools.

The schools exchanged experiences, studied a birch tree, and worked with GrowApp.

 

European Phenology Campaign 2018 - Primary School Ivane Brlić-Mažuranić Virovitica, Croatia

Students of Virovitica, Croatia introduce their research and team for the 2018 Spring Phenology Campaign.

 

Taybes old oak - Alhekma Elementary School, Israel

Students protect and study the old oak In Taybe - video.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GrowApp European Collab.  Project Autumn - Troškūnai Kazys Inčiūra gymnasium Anyk. distr., Lithuania

Presentation of results of the 2017 Autumn Phenology campaign research

 

Jak dlouho stromy spi - Ceska Trebova high school, Czech Republic

Presentation of green-up and green-down observations and pollen research. In Czech only.

 

Renewal of the pear orchard near Želina - Kadan high school, Czech Republic

Students use phenology observations to find out, which pear tree species grow in their orchard.

 

 

       

GLOBE in our Yanoh School - Yanoh Elementary School, Israel

Students speak about their fig monitoring project - video (minute 1:13 to 3:00). 

       

 

Would you like to share your phenology project with other GLOBE schools? Please send it to us to llenka.kleger@terezanet.cz.


About research

Scientists use the data
Scientists compare the data you send with satellite data. In this way they hope to better understand the role of climate change on plants. You can help them by taking pictures and collecting GLOBE phenology data!

Be a scientist yourself
We recommend students to not only take pictures and GLOBE phenology measurements, but also start your own research.


 

Help for the steps in the Scientific Research Process

  1. Observe nature
  2. Pose questionsExample research questions | Worksheet to Evaluate Research Questions
  3. Develop a hypothesis
  4. Plan investigation
  5. Assemble data. Use the GrowApp to take pictures and the GLOBE data entry app to submit GLOBE data. The GrowApp data is currently not connected to the GLOBE database. 
  6. Analyze data. Use the GLOBE Visualization system 
  7. Document conclusions. How to Create a Research Report | example Research Report | see reports and upload your own.
  8. Present findings. Join the Virtual Science Symposium.
  9. Pose new questions

Read more general information about the Scientific Research Process...