Science on the Move 2017 - Top 10 Classes
SOTM 2017 - Top 10 Classes
Here, you find the top 10 classes that have reached the final round of Science on the Move 2017!Weiterlesen … SOTM 2017 - Top 10 Classes
The nation-wide school class science competition is going into the fourth round in 2017!
High school classes from all over Switzerland will battle it out in the lab and on stage for a top prize of a Science Week abroad. The program promotes and requires the skills of a creative group of high school students. May the best school class with the most scientific curiosity and enthusiasm win …
All ten classes that participated in the final event impressed the audience with excellent presentations. Taking into account also the ranking achieved in previous tasks, the final ranking was as follows:
The winning class - 4QbCb from Gymnasium Bäumlihof - will be blogging about their experiences and adventures during their stay in London in September. Stay tuned!
Each student had the chance to vote for the class he or she thought gave the best on stage performance (except for their own class). The award for the best performance on stage went to:
In the course of the competition the classes were asked to provide a movie summarising their research. The award for the best movie as voted by the students went to:
See impressions of the final event 20017 in this photo gallery.
Please find here the Project Description of the whole competition.
The Project 2015
Participating Classes 2015
Class 3i from Gymnasium Bäumlihof, Basel-Stadt
The runner-up in the competition won a 3-day science trip in Switzerland and wrote a report about their experiences.
Class 4E Kantonsschule Zug
This class won a 3-day science trip in Switzerland. The report will follow soon...
The Project 2013
Participating Classes 2013
These are the three tasks, the participating classes had to solve in 2011:
Project Portfolio 2011
This portfolio gives you an overview of the class competition in 2011.
It was compiled and provided by the teacher of the winning class of Science on the Move 2011.