A real-time virtual education program where NIE instructors teach various ecological stories.
Open to the public (all ages)
3 PM–3:30 PM (Mondays)
- Let’s learn what strategies various plants have for propagation.
- Let’s learn how seeds of a maple tree travel by making a paper maple tree seed.
- Let’s look into how gentoo penguins live in the Pole Biome.
- Let’s learn about climate change and related changes in the ecosystem in the South Pole. How can we fight climate change?
- Let’s learn about the ecological characteristics and symbiosis of the oriental raisin tree seed and the long-tailed goral.
- Let’s learn what symbiosis is and diverse types of symbiosis.
- Let’s learn about the trafficking of fennec foxes and a healthy relationship between humans and animals.
- Let’s learn about various animals’ ecology through their feces.
- Let’s learn about various usages of animals’ feces.
- Let’s draw the feces of otter on the activity sheet.
- Let’s learn about endangered species by taking example of the long-tailed goral.
- Let’s think about how our life will change if the ecosystem collapses by the increase of endangered species.
*Programs are conducted one at a time, and subject to change according to circumstances.
A virtual career education program where students can seek their career path with NIE researchers.
Students (upper elementary to high school classes)
10 AM–11 AM (Wednesdays) (may vary for customized class)
Online via the virtual career mentoring website Link
- A study of birds with Dr. Swallow.
- A doctor of birds who studies their sounds.
- An insect breeder who grows and studies insects.
- A researcher of biomimetics who mimics/emulates the characteristics of insects to apply them to human life.
- A story about future jobs related to insects, including the foods or the medical industry using insects.
- A story about a botanist who struggles to preserve the endangered Korean fir.
- A researcher of molecular ecology who studies to preserve biological diversity that is being attacked by climate change.
Programs are conducted one at a time, and subject to change according to circumstances.
If you want to participate in a certain class, apply for a customized class on the virtual career mentoring website.