El año del TODO: introducción, nudo y desenlace.

El todo empezó con una vuelta. Después de un 2020 que no olvidaremos, llegó septiembre y el regreso. Habían pasado seis meses y todos volvíamos al aula ¿Con ganas? No sé qué responderos. Lo que sí os puedo decir es que lo hacíamos como podíamos: con distancias imposibles, con ratios nada realistas, con dudas, con ganas, con miedo, con…

FUNTASTIC MATH BLOG

It is known that Maths can be a big deal for many students. Most of them face maths with fear and most of the time that feeling is linked with the lack of success in this area. So it’s time to change and make maths a little bit more attractive. For that reason, during this…

Our journey to the Center of Earth: SCI-FI or Reality?​

“We are of opinion that instead of letting books grow moldy behind an iron grating, far from the vulgar gaze, it is better to let them wear out by being read.” ― Jules Verne, Journey to the Center of the Earth As many of you probably know, Journey to the Center of Earth –Voyage au…

#11FEBRUARY: SCIENCE HAS NO GENDER

According to the UNESCO, the development of the country is closely linked with gender equality. Although that is a fact that we are working to reach, the reality is quite different. Not many people know that there is a significant gender gap at the levels of science, technology engineering or mathematics disciplines (AKA STEM fields) all over the…

WATER AMBASSADORS​

Do you know how many people die because of the lack of water around their area? According to WATER.ORG 1,8 million people are living without access to save water. As all of you know, water is one of the most important molecules we have on Earth. Around the water, the life rises, and each living…

Can you see it? It’s DNA

Our 4º ESO students have come back to the lab to make something extraordinary: see their own DNA. We made this experiment in an easy way; with the objective, everybody can do it in his or her own home. Everything you need is water, salt, alcohol 96º, dishwasher detergent and your own cells. To extract…

MICROBES: We CAN’T see them but THEY ARE around us

Our 4rd graders at the secondary school have become straightforward scientists and they decide to catch all the tiny living things, which are around us. As the students said: “there are so many bacteria and fungi in the air we are breathing and in all the stuff we are constantly touching, so we are going to prove…

Música: fue, es y será

Siempre he pensado en música. Siempre he sentido que un acorde es, en realidad, un neurotrasmisor y que las bandas sonoras brotan fuera de la pantalla. Sin darle muchas vueltas, son tantas las veces que, emocionado, te encuentras escuchando algo que te resquebraja, y no sabes como pararlo, y tampoco quieres hacerlo. Se trata de…

Cajón de Escuela

“Hoy cuelgo mis armas de clase. Me he cansado de ti, que me dictas ideas que no me interesan. De ti también, que me exiges conocimientos que no entiendo. Me he aburrido de no saber qué opinan los demás sobre las ideas que circulan por mi mente…. Hoy es el día en que cuelgo el…