GLOBE Science Fair

7 june 2019

GLOBE Science Fair

Contribute to global research on our natural environment and present your results at the GLOBE Science Fair.


  • Vrijdag June 7, 2019 (09:00-16:00): Science Fair
    Students present the results of their research to each other and to scientists.
    Locatie: Wageningen University & Research


The Science Fair will take place at Wageningen UR

The winning team of the Science Fair 2018, Pontes ’t Goese lyceum, received a cheque of the US ambassador to go to the GLOBE Learning Expedition in Ireland. Lees meer…

For whom?

  • The Science Fair is for students of all secondary schools (tto, international and regular). The working language will be English.
  • Each school is allowed to send 1 team (minimum 3, maximum 5 students) level H/V 4/5 (or equivalent) and 1 or 2 accompanying teachers to the Science Fair. Preferably, the school stimulates several teams to conduct research, of which one team is chosen to represent the school. Our rubrics can provide guidance.
  • The teacher supervises the students in writing of a research report that they will upload on the GLOBE website. Here they will be available for scientists and schools worldwide.

Programme Science Fair Juni 7, 2019

09:00 setting up of the stands
10:30 opening
11:15 presentations by students at their stand
12:45 lunch and tour of the campus
14:00 GLOBE games (fun and educational activity)
15:15 award ceremony
16:00 end

Presentations at the stand

Students present their results at the Science Fair to the jury, students and teachers of other schools with the help of a stand.

Students of Dalton Den Haag present their research during the Science Fair in 2016

What do we expect of participating schools?

  • You partake in the start-up meeting. This year we will focus on sharing of ideas between schools, to promote learning between experienced schools and starting schools.
  • You will mentor one or more teams in doing an empirical research project using one or more GLOBE protocols. A team consists of maximally five students. Per school one team is allowed to partake in the GLOBE Science Fair. If you have several eligible teams, it is up to you to decide who will represent your school. A suggestion for selecting the most suitable team would be to organise a Science Fair at your school. Our rubrics can help with the assessment process.
  • You ensure the teams upload their research data on the international GLOBE website, in order to make it available for scientists and schools worldwide.
  • You supervise your students in writing a research report that they will upload on the GLOBE website.
  • You accompany your team to the GLOBE Science Fair. Per team 1 or 2 teachers are allowed to be present.


GLOBE and tto

The Science Fair is interesting for all secondary schools (tto or not). For tto schools GLOBE offers many opportunities for both EIO and CLIL. The programme can be used, either with or without the Science Fair, for various teaching purposes (e.g. content or scientific skills) in sciences classes of tto education.
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  • GLOBE schools: Participation costs are €250,- for schools that are GLOBE member. If you have never participated in the Science Fair before, we offer you a start-up meeting at your school for only the travel costs.
    Use this link to check if your school is a member of the GLOBE programme.
  • Not yet a GLOBE school? We have a special offer: for €290 +travel costs  you get the following:
    • GLOBE membership for school year 2018-2019 (normally €290)
    • Participation Science Fair (normally €250)
    • Start-up meeting at your school for the team that wants to work with GLOBE and the Science Fair (normally €250 + travel costs)

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