Polish teacher Mrs. Katarzyna Wyborska talks about her involvement in FCHgo and the project pilot phase in her school.
With the development of FCHgo teaching materials being almost finalized, the next phase of the project is about to start. After the summer break each of the national FCHgo partners is going to test the toolkit in selected classrooms of their country.
To provide a more detailed picture of how the FCHgo pilot classroom activities will be organized, the FCHgo communication team talked to Katarzyna Wyborska, one of the teachers who will open her classroom for the FCHgo toolkit tests. In this interview Katarzyna speaks about her experience on teaching STEM subjects and what she expects from FCHgo.
FCHgo is your first science project dealing with hydrogen and fuel cells technology. What is your motivation to participate in FCHgo? Today’s rapid development of scientific knowledge and new technologies poses new challenges to the teacher. We need to keep up with the changes in order to be able to equip young people with key competences that will allow them to respond to the needs of the market economy.
The FCHgo project is my first science project with pupils. Undoubtedly, it will make a huge contribution to the teaching of energy in primary schools, the more I am glad that I am part of it. For the proposed innovative teaching concept will inspire teachers and their pupils to deepen their knowledge about climate change, renewable energy sources and hydrogen technology.