Since 2018, the Discovery Space programme has acted as a science education partner to help educators and parents engage with their children and students on STEM topics.
“Our first priority is to make the Discovery Space content relevant to kids,” Rachel says. “But we fully recognise that educators and parents play a key role in bringing content to their students and children, so we work closely with them to make sure the subject matter is tailored to their needs as well.”
For educators, the “Flightpath to Hydrogen” series can help them breathe new life into science classes dedicated to explaining hydrogen as a molecule, as well as basic engineering concepts. It can also help them nurture their students’ understanding of STEM concepts and practices.
For parents, the series can offer an educational after-school activity or a fun family night game. It can also help spark family discussions on how science and technology can lead to satisfying and meaningful careers in the future, as kids start to think about how they can put their talent and imaginations to protect our planet.
All of the content included in the series is produced in four core languages: English, French, German and Spanish. The animations will be progressively shared on the Discovery Space’s social media channels, from YouTube to Twitter.