The StarT jury has now made their decision on the ten nominees for the International LUMA StarT Award 2022 and the ten nominees for the International LUMA StarT Education Award 2022. From these nominees, the honorary StarT jury will choose the winners.
The winners will be published at the International StarT Gala 13th of June. The twenty nominees for the International LUMA StarT Awards were chosen by the StarT jury. The assessment has been carried out according to the assessment criteria. The three project teams receiving the International LUMA StarT Award and the three best practices receiving the International LUMA StarT Education Award will be chosen from these nominees.
In addition, the Public Favorite will be chosen from these nominees in May.
The International LUMA StarT Award 2022 nominees (project nominees):
Estudi de la contaminació atmosfèrica a Martorell by INS Pompeu Fabra, Spain
Urban Farming as alternative adaptation for climate change and source of income for urban community in the pandemic era by Matoa D5, Indonesia
Green Space by Veikkolan yhtenäiskoulu, Finland
Additional Factors In Growth by Lyseonmäen koulu, Finland
Sustainable recycling of contaminated sediment in Yantian River by Yangang Primary school, China
The Exploration of the Secrets of Mangrove Roots — Exploring the Ecological Value of Mangrove Windbreak and Sand Fixation by Shenzhen Yantian Donghe Branch of Foreign Language Primary School, China
Disaster Search and Rescue UAV Project -The Servator, Vinschool Education System, Vietnam
Comparing the ratio of Aluminum migration to the food from different kinds of aluminum foil, ISO Education School, Jordan
Silk threads, Ismailli Secondary School, Azerbaidžan
Just Breath, Terakki Vakfı Özel Şişli Terakki Tepeören Anadolu Lisesi, Turkey
The International LUMA StarT Education Award 2022 nominees (best educational practice nominees):
Music hearing with hearing-impaired friends, Korean teachers for STEAM education, South Korea
Science picnic by “2 x 2” science club, Italy
Learning based on crisis and disaster management skills by Elementary school “bani aouf”, Tunisia
A Model of Organizing Online Experiential Activities for Secondary School Students by Cau Giay Secondary School, Vietnam
The Planetarium by Zarqa University Schools and KGs, Jordan
Golden Time by Liangfeng Primary School Zhangjiagang, China
Bud Green Action – The Aerosol Cultivation System by Wentianxiang Primary school, China
Project of sleep by Pikkolan koulu, Finland
EARTH IS OUR HOME WE AREN’T ALONE by BAHÇEŞEHİR ANAOKULU, Turkey
The Story of Tastes That Remain in an Ever-Changing World “Omniscient Foods” by MAYA ORTAOKULU, Turkey
Congratulations to all nominees! It is a great accomplishment to be chosen amongst the hundreds and hundreds of projects and best practices as a nominee. Amongst these splendid nominees, the honorary StarT jury will be making the decision on the winning teams. The honorary StarT jury consists this year of Prof. Maija Aksela (University of Helsinki, Finland; Head of LUMA Centre Finland), Distinguished Prof. Joseph Krajcik (Michigan State University, USA; Director, CREATE for STEM Institute), and Prof. Marina Milner-Bolotin (University of British Columbia, Vancouver, CA; Chair of the Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy Graduate Advisory Committee).
The winners will be announced at the annual StarT Gala that will be held at Aalto University, Finland. In the International StarT Gala, the three best educational practices will be awarded the International LUMA StarT Education Award and three projects with the International LUMA StarT Award. The Gala will be held on June 13th at 4 PM.
The annual voting on the favourites of the public will be held in May. This year, the voting happens through a questionnaire form and it will be published soon. Stay tuned and vote for your favourites!