CERN for Kids

                                       "Playing with Protons" from Stella Tsikrika on Vimeo.

Prof. Dimitris Nanopoulos' at Hill School

Project Playing with Protons

Forty-five K-6 students took part in the Playing with Protons project that started last September and continued for seven months. The students, who were split into five groups corresponding to the four LHC experiments and the AMS experiment, worked both at Hill’s school lab and home towards understanding basic principles of particle physics theory and research. They employed their newly acquired knowledge and imagination in creative, fun and communication activities, including the construction of LHC detector models, a theatrical performance at school and interviews with Greek particle physicists during the Creativity Marathon event in one of the nine Media Labs last December.

With Aggelos Alexopoulos at Hill School
In the final stage of the project, twelve randomly chosen students, six boys and six girls, comprised the team to visit CERN on March 24th.

Hill School At CERN
Playing with Protons Hill Memorial School 2017

ATLAS experiment


Play with CERN
Let s play with protons at Hill School

I am Albert Eistein
Higgs party

Lets dance with bosons

We play CERNOPOLY in the classroom

LHC  with sugar

Let's have fun

The Higgs Boson

Comics for CERN

History of Science

and the Nobel goes to...Peter Higgs!

Who said that the journey to the world of particle physics can’t start at the primary school level?

For more about CERN :

Πληροφορίες για το εκπαιδευτικό πρόγραμμα «Παίζοντας με τα Πρωτόνια» είναι διαθέσιμες στα παρακάτω άρθρα:

CERN website

Physics Today  Edutopia

Greek Media

Η Καθημερινή

Huffington Post Greece


To Bήμα

2. Δράσεις σχετικές με το εκπαιδευτικό πρόγραμμα «Παίζοντας με τα Πρωτόνια»:
Κέντρο Πολιτισμού Ίδρυμα Σταύρος Νιάρχος

3. Documentary
Το ομώνυμο ντοκιμαντερ της Στελλας Τσικρικά είναι διαθέσιμο στο Vimeo και στο website του CERN


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