IDiverSE activities are designed to be implemented either as stand-alone lessons or in the framework of project based learning.  They can be implemented by one teacher or in collaboration among teachers from different disciplines. In case you implemented one activity already, we would be very glad if you could give us your feedback about it, using the feedback button below. Thank you and good work!


The IDiverSE activities will lead you into the creation of a School science trail. Each activity can originate one or more stations of a trail and you can add more stations highlighting other relevant topics of your choice. The IDiverSE activities are only the starting point. Make your work visible and relevant for your community and globally!

Bees for the future

Are bees important in your life? What would happen if bees disappeared? Learn while playing games and exploring virtual research labs. Be the change in your community!

Our Restless Earth

Did you ever experience a natural disaster? Did your community? Learn about volcanoes, Earthquakes and the related hazards, play a game and help your community be prepared for such events!

Is my beach the same as yours?

Are all beaches in the planet the same? Discover how different locations on Earth can present different beaches, sands and even water!

UV radiation: friend or foe?

Did you ever get a sunburn? Is it the same as a normal skin burn? Learn about UV rays, their benefits and dangers and warn your community to take advantage of both!

Plastics in the ocean

What happens to plastics after we discard them? Do they end up in the Ocean? Discover how your community behaves toward plastics and create an awareness campaign!


Is the Earth flat or a sphere? What does your community thing about this? Discover bring astronomy knowledge to inspire your community.

Soil for life

What is the difference between a healthy soil and a "dead" one? Are soils worth protecting? What is a healthy soil and why it matters? Discover this and teach your community how to preserve it!

Stars in the sky - do they matter?

Do you ever look at the stars? Discover how your ancestors used the stars and if your community still cares about them!