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Anti-microbial resistance

How can we better deal with bacteria resistant to antibiotics?

Overwhelming evidence shows that increased use, over-prescription and overconsumption are leading to an increase in antibiotic-resistant bugs. However, many people overuse and misuse anti-microbial chemicals because they lack knowledge about infections and anti-microbial agents – a critical issue around the globe that is affecting our health and putting our lives at risk. Thus, a vital step towards tackling this issue is to address it in education classrooms and through informed action. Kicking off activities in Cyprus, MULTIPLIERS will engage students and their families to develop a deeper understanding of the topic through first-hand experiences with relevant stakeholders, ultimately enabling them to make better-informed decisions about the use of antibiotics.

Anti-microbial resistance
Anti-microbial resistance
What is Open Schooling? The MULTIPLIERS approach to build inclusive and long-lasting learning communities

What is Open Schooling? The MULTIPLIERS approach to build inclusive and long-lasting learning communities

Apr 19, 2022
Modern societies are facing a wide range of complex challenges, such as fighting climate change, protecting the environment, promoting healthy living and fighting pandemics such as COVID-19, among others. To successfully prepare for and address such challenges, citizens must actively engage in public dialogue on scientific issues and participate responsibly in science-informed decision making. Still, …
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Apr 14, 2022
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Enabling the enablers – when pupils become knowledge MULTIPLIERS

Enabling the enablers – when pupils become knowledge MULTIPLIERS

Mar 29, 2022
“Base decision on facts, not on beliefs” – Kick-off Meeting of MULTIPLIERS project by Gesche Schifferdecker and Rosa Castañeda In schools, science is often presented in an abstract way and without a context – but if we want to get young people interested, topics need to be relevant to their everyday life. This is the …