Welcome to the Nanoyou Schools Community!

Welcome to this very special community for the Nanoyou schools and the Nanoyou pilot schools, the ambassadors of the project.

As member of this community, you have the opportunity to exchange best practices and learn more from your peers on how to teach Nanoscience in your school using the Nanoyou resources. 

The pilot schools of the Nanoyou project are already experienced in using Nanoyou materials in class and organising Nanoyou events. They are the ambassadors on this community and ready to share their best practices in the Nanoyou Ambassadors section. 

On the homepage, you have access to the latest information on the activities organised by the Nanoyou team for the schools in the News, you can check the next events in the Calendar and see the latest post from the Nanoyou blog

The community also offers a Forum area to discuss with your colleagues and a Library area to search and share useful documents. 

To start your activities on the Nanoyou Schools Community, please go to the Members area, download your welcome pack and introduce yourself in the message boards. 

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New features and resources on Nanoyou Schools’ Community

New Gallery of pedagogical resources and teaching material on Nanotechnology!

We are really happy to inform you that we have released a new tool on this Community to give the

opportunity to all the teachers to upload resources linked to their activities in Nanotechnology teaching. 

This will enable members to see what other teachers are developing to teach Nanotechnology and search for materials from peers, using 3 filters: language, country and resource type.

You can upload all your presentations, videos, pictures, lesson plans, posters… and URL to blogs, Moodle, website… 

To upload a resource it is really easy:

1.  Go in the section ‘Resource gallery’

2. Click on submit a resource

3. Fill in the resource submission form to give all the details about your resource

4. Upload your resource OR submit an URL

5. Don’t forget to add a picture that represent your resource, that other members will see in the gallery. 

6. Submit

Additional hands-activities to teach fundamental concepts of  nanoscience and nanotechnology!

 Due to the success of the hands-on activities (4 NANOYOU  hands-on experiments), we have decided to propose  additional hands-on activities from other educational    project. You can see these ‘other Nano activities on the  Nanoyou  Schools’ community, in the ‘Activities’ section in ‘More Nano  activities’.

 We provide an overview of these activities that you  can use in  class to show fundamental concepts of nanoscience  and  applications of nanotechnologies. We have divided the  activities in some sub-groups to help  you but of course you  can use them- and mix them- as you  wish.  


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How to register

Click the button at the top right "Welcome" in the drop down select "Sign in".

Registration requires an OpenID. If you have an OpenID you can enter it here. If not, you can create one via the link "Create account".

Once you have signed in with your OpenID you can then register in the Nanoyou community via the "Registration" tab in the menu along the top.

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