Educational Exhibitions

The most exciting "lesson"

Educational exhibitions make up another TITAN programme. Mainly addressed to kindergarten, primary, secondary and high school pupils, they combine knowledge with interactive technology and entertainment.

They are designed in collaboration with renowned bodies and organizations and implemented by experienced and specially trained staff. Their scope is to expand the horizons of young visitors, introducing them to a series of subjects and disciplines which include the sciences, technology, mathematics, philosophy and the arts, and acquainting them, from a very young age, with the state-of-the-art STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) trends in education.

Three exhibitions have already been successfully organized at the "Leonidas Kanellopoulos" Cultural Centre in Elefsina and at our plant in Efkarpia, Thessaloniki. Hundreds of school pupils from the broader region, students and adults were offered a free interactive tour to the exhibitions.

The first exhibition was "The Inventions of the Ancient Greeks", a travelling exhibition of the "Kostas Kotsanas" Museum of Ancient Greek Technology, which revives about 300 inventions from 2000 BC to the end of the ancient Greek era and highlights the ingenuity of Greeks in antiquity.

The second exhibition was "I Play and Understand – A Journey from Sense to Intellect" of the Herakleidon Museum. The exhibition invites schoolchildren to play and interact with the special exhibits, which come with relevant audiovisual material, allowing them to experience the interrelationship of science, art and mathematics and to realize the twofold need of the human intellect for expression (art) and understanding (logic and mathematics).

Last but not least, the educational exhibition "The Secrets of Weather" was organized in collaboration with the National Observatory of Athens and the Institute for Environmental Research and Sustainable Development. The exhibition provided a fascinating tour in the world of meteorology with the aid of videos, simulations, experiments and interactive applications.





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