Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighter Sten Saaremäe shares his experiences and knowledge with students from grades 8 to 10. How does MMA combine physical and mental health? Sten also gives a demonstrational MMA training at 15.15 MMA. If you're interested, sign up!
Ene Mändla from OÜ Corrigo discusses the topics drugs and intimate hygiene with the students form grades 7 to 9, and also the subject of STD-s with students from grades 10 to 12. Students aged 16 and over can also get tested for HIV.Additional information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ambulance doctor Andrus Lehtmets meets the students from grades 11 and 12, encourages them to notice and recognise the threats and dangers that surround us and think on how to prevent accidents from happening. And what to do, when they've already happened.
Students from grades 1 to 4 go on a journey to the cute and amazing world of pets. Lead by veterinary physician Viivo Võlu, we talk about why we need pets and why they need us.
Merle Purre invites students from grades 7 to 9 to discuss the differences between being alone and being lonely.Additional information: email@example.com
Visit from the students of Tallinn Health Care College and lectors Ivi Prits, Jelena Shefer and Albina Sider from Kukruse. Why do we need to wear helmets? How does food and nutrition influence our mental health? Does visiting a doctor makes you glad - or afraid - and why is it so? What's happening to me, or the confusion of puberty in my head, heart, everywhere...? And how to take care of your teeth in the best possible way? In addition to participating in workshops, students and staff can also measure their body mass index and study the human anatomy.
Dentist Liis Otstavel shares some useful information with the high school students: how much does it cost to visit the dentist after you've turned 19 years old.
Chiropractor Kaupo Jõeveer helps the high school students understand the reasons behind the pain in lower back and neck, and headaches, and teaches useful tips on how everyone can help themselves to relieve the pain.Additional information: firstname.lastname@example.org
The day begins with AHHAA's workshops:
There's also going to be a dance workshop, in which we prepare for the flashmob of the evening party!
After that, a Taste and Sense Fair for the whole school begins (starting at 13.00). We share awesome ideas and knowledge, show you some amazing experiments and taste wonderfully strange foods! Students from each class prepares and creates a taste and/or sense experience that they want to share with the rest of the school as well.
From 18.00, students from grades 5 to 12 are going to rock in a theme party "Mad Scientists", along with the youth band "TULI".
Live broadcast of the Researchers' Night Special TV Show on the big screen!