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Learn. Ideas. Fascination. Experiments.

LIFE is a nonprofit initiative to establish outstanding learning laboratories. We develop experimental science learning packages targeting teachers and students in primary and lower-secondary schools, upper-secondary schools (STX, HTX and HF) and vocational training in Denmark. The learning packages are free of charge.

Available from school year 2019/2020

Experimental learning packages

Learning Packages

Learning Packages

The learning packages are developed in collaboration with companies based on authentic application-oriented case studies relevant in efforts to solve current societal problems and/or problems in the students’ everyday lives. LIFE provides the material, including digital learning activities, learning kits, a visit by a mobile laboratory and/or a visit to the LIFE Center in Lyngby, north of Copenhagen.

Course length

Course length

The courses vary from a few lessons to several weeks depending on the subject, the grade of the students and the goal of the course. Instead of doing a full course, elements can be selected to fit the yearly and daily schedule of the individual teachers and classes.

Academic objectives

Academic objectives

The learning packages fulfil one or more Common Objective or Curriculum in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics), and they are based on inquiry-based science learning.

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Materials and Mobile Laboratories

LIFE provides teaching materials and equipment free of charge, including a digital platform or alternatively delivery of a learning kit by mail. You can book a mobile laboratory to come to your school, or the class can visit the LIFE Center in Lyngby, north of Copenhagen. Please contact us for more details.

Timeline

  • 2019

    The learning packages are developed and tested

  • 2019

    The first mobile laboratory is being tested

  • 2020

    Launch of the digital platform

  • 2021

    The LIFE Center in Lyngby opens to the public

  • 2023

    The first 10 mobile laboratories are on the road